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Thanks to the CDC for providing this clear example of why we need to stay vigilant with the measures that we’ve learned to combat the pandemic: Here’s a list of resources in your state – please continue your precautions to keep yourself and others safe: Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resources in Your StateRead More
In many ways, the art and science of self-care is about doing a little bit every day. And for seniors, it’s more important than ever to bolster your health by filling your daily life with productive and enjoyable activities. Relatively simple healthy habits go a long way to maintaining a strong level of overall wellness, […]Read More
According to the CDC, osteoarthritis affects over 32.5 million Americans. Despite this, most of us have a poor understanding of osteoarthritis and how it affects quality of life. The condition, which is primarily associated with aging, is regarded as a degenerative joint disease. It develops as a result of wear and tear that affects the […]Read More
With aging comes wisdom brought on by your many life experiences. While you may make changes in the way you live your life during your senior years, this time of your life can be a happy time filled with good challenges, optimism, and strong relationships. To get the best out of your senior years, it’s […]Read More
It is of critical importance, for Older Adults in particular, to stay current with the advisories in your state regarding Coronavirus. Here is a list of links to each state’s information – please follow your state’s link and stay safe: Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa […]Read More
Many kinds of phones are available on the market today. From a low-level cheap phone which only supports calling, texting, and simple internet browsing to expensive smartphones with the most sophisticated technologies. To find the perfect phone for you, you need to assess how comfortable you are with the growing features that smartphones have nowadays. […]Read More
Most of us are looking forward to the ‘easy’ retirement days. While working, we might imagine how relaxing and stress-free it will be living as a retired senior occupied with nothing but pleasant activities. The reality, however, may not be as simple. Proper planning is needed. As age increases, so does the struggle that comes […]Read More
We all reach an age when self-care becomes somewhat of a feat. Even basic activities, like walking down the stairs, or even just getting around the house are accompanied by danger. According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, no less than 33,000 people die from falls each year, most of them seniors. In […]Read More
The holidays are the time of the year when we get to spend some leisure time with family and friends. It’s that moment of the year when we get to be closer with different people, spreading and sharing happiness with them. Buying a gift is a very tough decision, but we’ve got you covered […]Read More
It can be complicated to choose the right mobility equipment. There are walking canes, wheelchairs, mobility scooters, rollators, and walkers. What’s the difference, you may wonder? What makes one distinct from the next? Many people know how these mobility aids are dissimilar aesthetically, but are unaware of all the benefits and disadvantages each will offer […]Read More
Explanations of the many options available to meet the "Parent-digm" shift - successful role reversal. Discussion of ways to assist elders to remain in their home and gain at-home or community-based services. Definitions of the types of communities and homes-with-care that have replaced the "old age home."Age in Place Housing
Climate change can potentially disproportionately affect the most vulnerable populations, including seniors. This group may be one of the most affected because of decreased mobility, physiological changes, and access to resources.Climate Change and Seniors