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Meet Your Practitioner

Meet Your Practitioner
Mathilda Prinsloo is the owner of Patient Care and Wellness Practice and a health professional with special training in the areas of geriatrics, diabetes management, nutrition, medication management, deprescribing and cognitive behaviour therapy. Mathilda’s patients are seniors in the community who feel they have a poor quality of life due to unresolved medical issues or taking too many medications. Working as a team with her patients’ family doctors and specialists over the past 10 years, Mathilda uses her expertise with medical and non-medical treatments to help her patients thrive and get their lives back!

Clean Eating Recipe

No-Bake Peach & Almond Crisp. Ingredients: 6 ripe peaches pitted and sliced. 1 tbsp butter. 2 tbsp honey. ½ tsp ground nutmeg. ¼ cup chopped almonds. 1 ½ cups granola. 1 cup fat-free vanilla yogurt. Directions: Heat skillet on stove-top over medium-high heat. Add butter and when melted, add the peaches in a single layer and cook 4-5 min. until beginning to soften and brown in spots. Flip the peaches and cook another 4-5 min. or until softened. Turn off heat; drizzle peaches with honey and sprinkle with nutmeg and almonds. Stir to combine and coat the peaches. Remove from heat, sprinkle with granola and top with yogurt. Enjoy!

Here to Help

You are not alone in your dementia journey. Whether you’ve noticed signs of dementia, recently received a diagnosis or need help navigating the next stages of the disease, the Alzheimer Society of Manitoba can help. The Society provides information, education and support for families. They’ve also moved some programming online including education sessions, support groups and the Minds in Motion® program, so you can join safely from the comfort of your own home.

Book Club: Hack Your Anxiety

How to Make Anxiety Work for You in Life, Love, and All That You Do. What if anxiety is not a monster to be tamed, but a resource to be tapped? In this revolutionary book, Dr. Alicia Clark recognizes anxiety as the unsung hero in the path to success and happiness. It can become the motivating force that will lead to a better you, and The Anxiety Advantage aims to restore anxiety to its rightful place as a positive resource. Reclaim your anxiety as a powerful energy source, and bring yourself peace, growth and success.

Winnipeg’s Friendliest Undertaker ™

“We’re all neighbours and have to help each other.” Since 1985, Richard Rosin has been helping families through difficult days. He founded Richard Rosin Funeral Director Ltd. in 2018 to continue his commitment by providing environmentally sustainable green funerals, cremations, Online and traditional funeral events – and more. Richard also offers Online education events and writes blog posts on various topics on ageing and end-of-life issues, including managing your Digital (internet) Life and continuing your environmental legacy by considering Green Burial. Call Richard anytime for his neighbourly help in making wise choices and easing the emotional burden.

Heart to Home Meals

Heart to Home Meals delivers delicious, nutritious meals right to your door. The company’s team of experts has developed a wide-ranging menu to suit many tastes, dietary needs, and lifestyles, including high-protein, low carbohydrates and/or saturated fat, low sodium, high fibre, vegetarian, and no added sugar options. Heart to Home Meals has a useful diet coding system to help you choose meals that are right for you. Meals also come in mini versions (for smaller appetites), hearty versions (for larger appetites), as well as minced or pureed options. It’s as easy as ordering online or by phone!

Community Announcement

Archwood understands that some of our members held off on renewing their memberships till we are fully reopened. We understand. We will be keeping you in the loop with our new programming and reopening plans. We do rely on memberships to sustain the club financially especially when we get back to regular programing at the Archwood site. Annual memberships are just $25. For more information, call 204-416-1067 or email

Protect Your Ears in Water

The prevention of water entering the ear canal, whether from swimming or showering, is an important consideration. Oto Hearing Products produces floatable swim molds, which can prevent infections or other problems before they start, such as hearing loss at a later stage. By sealing the entrance to the ear canal, waterproof earplugs keep water out of the sensitive region inside the ear canal. Swim molds are ideal for water sports, recreational swimming, daily showering, and individuals who suffer from chronic ear infections. They are manufactured from a soft, 100% floatable silicone, which is comfortable to wear and provides a tight seal to make sure no water enters the ear.

Should You Consider Dentures?

If you think you’ll never need dentures because you take good care of your teeth, then it may surprise you that more than one in every five Canadians over the age of 60 have no natural teeth remaining. If you’ve already lost a tooth or several teeth, the need for dentures is immediate. The more time you go without dentures, the more risk you run of losing additional teeth. Without the support of all your teeth, the remaining healthy teeth shift faster and become weaker. Other warning signs that dentures may be in your future are: red and swollen gums, loose or moving teeth or difficulty chewing food.