What Makes an Exceptional Professional Caregiver?
Entering our senior years means that, for many of us, we should expect to need some assistance in caring for ourselves, especially if we have memory issues or other chronic conditions. That said, what should our expectations be for excellent care for ourselves or a loved one in these challenging times?
We’re better together: combating senior depression
What can America do to address depression in older adults before it becomes an epidemic? Nearly 1 in 5 adults 65+ will face depression as they age, which may increase the risk of injury and higher mortality rates. Ten thousand people turn 65 every day in the U.S., and this number will spike in the next 5 years.
Resolve To Have More Fun Next Year!
If these are your golden years why not make a golden resolution? Instead of resolving to exercise to lose weight, diet to lose weight, or to lose weight, why not resolve to have more fun?
Could the holidays be the best time for “The Talk”?
Whether you are a child, parent or caregiver, “the talk” about the need for elder care or assisted living is never easy. Here are tools to tackle it.
The Dangers of Loneliness for Older Adults
Is loneliness impacting your health and quality of life? Learn more about the health dangers and challenges loneliness can cause.
National Assisted Living Week
There’s no better time to begin thinking about senior living than during National Assisted Living Week Sept. 8 through Sept. 14.
How much does it cost to age?
The reality is that we need to take off our rose-colored glasses, grab a pencil and paper, and start crunching numbers as soon as possible
5 Reasons to Find a Senior Lifestyle Community Soon
More baby boomers are considering moving to a senior lifestyle community earlier than ever before, and indications are that this trend is here to stay.
Feeling Great Through Fitness
It’s never too late to start the journey to physical fitness. Here are a few examples of activities you can start tomorrow!
5 Ways to Stay Hydrated in the Arizona Heat
According to the Arizona Department of Health Services, on average, 1400+ residents will end up in the hospital this summer due to heat-related illnesses.