Bullying and Harassment in the Workplace

Feb 28, 2018

ACC proudly present their new course Bullying and Harassment in the Workplace. This course identifies what constitutes bullying and harassment in the workplace, how you can play a role in preventing these behaviours and explores how you should...

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Senior Eye Health: 5 Tips for Healthier Eyes

Oct 19, 2017

The older you get, the harder it is to maintain your health. While the stereotypes of seniors are that they have bad backs, or trouble hearing, one of the most common fears is that your eyesight is going to start deteriorating. While age takes...

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Five of the Best Social Activities for Seniors

Oct 12, 2017

Although you may not enjoy getting older, there are several perks. Now that your children are grown, and you're no longer working, you finally have more time to do the things you’ve always wanted to do. For example, you could explore new hobbies....

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Dealing with Chronic Pain? How Improving Your Lifestyle and Can Help

Oct 05, 2017

If you’re dealing with chronic pain on a daily basis, you’re not alone.  More women than men experience chronic pain, and it’s most common among women ages 50-54.  For men, chronic pain is most common among those in the 55-59 age bracket.  The...

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Caring for someone with Food Allergies: Senior Food Allergy Awareness

Sep 28, 2017

It is crucial for caregivers to understand that food related allergic reactions are as common in older persons as they are in children. Anyone Caring for someone with Food Allergies should know that severity and manifestations of the allergies...

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How to maintain a balanced diet for Seniors

Sep 14, 2017

A balanced diet rich in vitamins and minerals is crucial for seniors who are living an active and healthy lifestyle. Without the proper nourishment it is easy to over-exert the system, creating the potential for a health issue to occur. Intake of...

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5 Safe Driving Tips For Seniors

Aug 24, 2017

Driving is one of those things we tend to take for granted once we become adults, but as we reach senior status it is one of those freedoms we become reluctant to part with. In order to maintain independence as long as we can, it's a good idea to...

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How Seniors Can Improve Core Strength to Reduce the Chances of Falling

Aug 17, 2017

As people age, they’re more at risk for falls. Sadly, about 30 percent of Australian seniors, over age 65, fall at least once each year, making falls a major health concern. Fortunately, the odds of falling can be significantly improved by...

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A Step Towards Health: 4 Benefits of Walking For Seniors

Aug 03, 2017

Walking is one of those things we tend to take for granted when we're younger. However, as we get older, walking can become more of a chore than it used to be. Just because getting from A to B on your feet might make you sweat a little harder, or...

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Senior Skin Health: 4 Tips to Look After The Skin You Are In

Jul 14, 2017

Our skin is the biggest, most vulnerable organ in our bodies. It protects us from the sun, the wind, and the rain, and it doesn't get days off for good behaviour. When we're younger we may not think about it as much (aside from when it gets...

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