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Mobile Alert Systems for Seniors On-The-Go

Alzheimer’s and Dementia are a growing concern for seniors and their families. With more than 5 million Americans living with Alzheimer’s and early onset Alzheimer’s, these diseases heavily impact a person’s ability to be

RV Living: Seniors Seeing the USA

As better medical care and technology allow people to live longer, fuller lives even after retirement, the classic image of the retired couple passing the days sitting on their front porch watching the world

Falls: Seniors at Higher Risk

It is well established that seniors aged 65 and older suffer many more falls than other age groups; in fact, falls are the leading cause of fatal and non-fatal injuries for older persons. One

Senior Living: Better than Ever in the USA

One of the easiest ways to monitor improvements in senior living is life expectancy. While recent news stories have reported a downtick in life expectancy in the USA, this is a minor issue. The

Seniors and a Healthy Diet: It Matters

Nutrition is important at any age, but even more so for seniors. Our bodies change as we get older and aging can affect the way we process food, our dietary needs, and our appetite.

Retirement Can Be the Best Time of Life

When you reach retirement age, your best years may still lie ahead. With a long career behind you, your children grown and independent, and your mortgage in good shape, now is your opportunity to

Lifelong Learning: Seniors Take to the College Campuses

It’s never too late to learn something new, and many seniors are taking college courses as part of their quest for lifelong learning. Even though university is often thought of as predominantly for younger

Intergenerational Mentoring

As they get older, some seniors struggle to find ways to continue to feel connected to their communities. At the same time, many communities have needs that go unmet — needs that older adults

Dance for Seniors: A Great Exercise Option

For Baby Boomers who grew up listening to rock ‘n roll in the 50s and 60s, music and dancing were an important part of life. Now that this generation is reaching retirement age, it’s

Making the Most of Your Retirement Years

While facing the daily grind, working long hours, and saving for the future, many people look longingly to retirement. When our working years are over, we can set our own schedules, pursue our own
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