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Safe Independent Living

For many aging seniors, aging in place and continuing to live independently for as long as possible is a high priority. Older adults tend to value their independence, and it can be difficult to

Seniors in the 21st Century – A New Breed

With longer lifespans, older adults are spending more time enjoying their “golden years” after retirement, and advances in technology make it possible for them to stay active and involved in their communities far longer.

Great Exercise Programs for Seniors

Staying physically active is one of the most important ways a senior can maintain their physical and mental health as they age. Regular exercise has been shown to decrease some of the most common

The Right Medical Alert System: How to Choose?

Elderly alert systems make it possible to get life-saving help on the way almost immediately in the event of heart attack, stroke, fall, or other medical emergency. But, with so many different systems on

Baby Boomers: A Fun, Active Retirement

Baby Boomers are retiring at the rate of approximately 10,000 per day. By the year 2030, nearly 73 million Americans age 65 and older will make up more than 20% of the U.S. population.

Volunteering: Seniors in Action

With medical advances keeping seniors healthy and active for longer, retirement no longer has to mean the end of a productive life. AARP even goes so far as to call retirement a second career,

Getting the Most Out of Your Retirement

Retiring baby boomers are one of the fastest growing segments of the society, and are different from the retirees of the past. Rather than choosing to spend the “golden years” puttering, modern seniors are

Seniors and Creativity: How Art Feeds the Soul

Many studies validate the benefits of artistic endeavors taken on by seniors. Of course, any age group can reap these benefits, but seniors can seemingly regain a new lease on life through artistic expression.

Seniors: Turn Off That TV!

If you are 65 years or older and thinking all you’ve got left is to wait out your days in front of the TV, think again. There has never been a better time for

Seniors and Falls: Risk Avoidance Strategies for Senior Health

Per the CDC, one in four adults age 65 or older will experience a fall. These falls commonly result in serious injuries or even death. Therefore, it makes sense to take measures that can
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