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Become a Social Butterfly and Shimmer Through Your Senior Years

Seniors who are engaged in social events and activities in their communities are more likely to exercise and see a reduced risk of depression and enhanced self-esteem. But, what...

Seated Exercise Tips for Walker or Wheelchair-Bound Seniors

Getting older doesn’t mean you can’t still enjoy exercising and feeling the boost of a rush of endorphins. There may...

Four Reasons Why You Might Eat Healthier If You Live in a Senior Living Community

As we age, focusing on cooking nutrient-packed meals three times a day can become a burdensome chore, especially if you’re...

Aging in Place: Home Modification Tips to Help Offer Independence

According to a 2018 AARP survey, three out of four elderly adults want to stay in their homes or communities...

How to Keep Seniors Safe From COVID-19 During the Holidays

As 2021 comes to a close, we can likely expect holiday celebrations to be a bit more normal than they...

The Importance of Physical Therapy for Seniors

Benefits of physical therapy As the years pass and as we age, our basic bodily functions, including strength, balance, flexibility...

Why It’s Important for Seniors to Stay Social

As we age, it’s common to find ourselves either losing touch with former acquaintances and friends. When your social circle...

Five Ways for Seniors to Control their Blood Pressure

As older adults age, it’s important to remember that not only do they need to control high blood pressure, they...

Five Ways for Seniors to Reduce Stress

Did you know since 1992, April is considered National Stress Awareness Month? According to the National Institute of Stress, “Stress...

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