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Making the world a safer place for those living with autism

Autism, or Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), isn’t always easily recognizable to those who don’t know the signs, making people living on the spectrum particularly vulnerable in emergency situations. In honour of Autism Awareness Month, we’re spotlighting our important partnership with Autism Canada.

Walking: An age-old strategy to boost your health

Older adults in Canada are more likely than any other age group to live a sedentary lifestyle. These days, nearly 70% of people aged 65 to 74 get around by car most of the time, while 5% use public transit. Even fewer – 3% – bike or walk as their primary mode of transportation. Despite its waning popularity among older adults, walking has many benefits.[...]

Reflect on your well-being with the Rate My Health tool

Often times we are busy dealing with our symptoms (i.e. joint pain) or our conditions (i.e. diabetes), however, do you ever take the time to reflect on how you feel about your overall quality of life?  It is important to reflect on your well-being and ensure that you are making yourself a priority.[...]

During a seizure, nine-year old Joshua relied on his ID to tell others what was wrong.

Like many nine-year-old boys, Joshua is curious and energetic, funny and cheeky. He loves to build, create and figure out how things work. But unlike most boys his age, he has a special condition called pulmonary atresia, a complex heart defect.

Fearing that emergency responders wouldn't know his medical conditions if his family wasn't able to speak for him, Joshua's parents, Laurie and Tim, signed him up for a MedicAlert service plan.[...]

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