1. A senior-aged woman peers out her balcony window, smiling. Photo by Nick Karvounis on Unsplash.

    How Seniors Can Manage COVID-19 Stress & Anxiety

    In times of uncertainty, it’s natural for almost everyone to experience some kind of stress or anxiety. It’s no wonder then that the current climate of COVID-19 has shown at-risk populations, including older adults and senior citizens, to have some of the highest levels of worry and distress. Al…Read More

  2. An older woman washes vegetable in a stainless steel kitchen sink. Photo by CDC on Unsplash.

    Home Safety Tips For Loved Ones With Dementia

    When caring for an individual who has Alzheimer’s, there are many precautionary measures that may be implemented to ensure their personal safety. If you currently live with a loved one who struggles from dementia, it’s crucial that you take proactive steps to minimize their risk of injury or oth…Read More

  3. A group of senior citizen men sitting around a table outside. Photo by Cristina Gottardi on Unsplash.

    Common Questions About Assisted Living, Answered

    As we go through the natural aging process, sometimes we need a little help. There’s nothing to lose and everything to gain from assisted living, especially for older adults who may be dealing with dementia or other age-related conditions. However, making the decision to move into an assisted livi…Read More

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    Avoiding Depression As You Age

    Depression knows no discrimination when it comes to background, social status, or age. Increasingly, older adults and senior citizens are reporting higher rates of depression, and it’s estimated that this statistic is still a gross underrepresentation of the affected demographic. Despite advances …Read More

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    How To Protect Memory Health As You Age

    For any aging adult, memory health is one of the most crucial elements of wellbeing. Research has consistently shown that brain performance and memory retention tend to decline with the natural aging process. Fortunately, there are many ways to slow the rate of this decline and maintain brain health…Read More

  6. What a Balanced Exercise Plan Looks Like for Seniors

    Most of us know that staying active can help us live longer, healthier lives. But once you get older and your body doesn't hop out of bed pain-free, how do you stay active? In our last blog, we discussed several misconceptions that keep people from rewarding, active lifestyles, but once you're ready…Read More

  7. Gift Ideas for Loved Ones in Assisted Living

    When your loved one lives in assisted living, it can make ordinary events seem a little different. Although this is more a matter of perception, there are a few things that do change. Typically, senior living apartments have less space than your loved one’s previous living space because downsizing…Read More

  8. Signs of a Vitamin B12 Deficiency

    As we get older, our bodies gave a bit more trouble absorbing vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients. Additionally, it can become more and more difficult to manage grocery shopping and cooking. As a result, it is quite common for many elderly people to have vitamin and mineral deficiencies right wh…Read More