Get advice, tips and insights on a wide range of topics helpful to both seniors and their family members, from downsizing to starting the conversation about moving to a community.

Healthy Aging Tips: The Physical and Mental Benefits of a Daily Walk

When it comes to tips for healthy aging, walking is near the top of the list. Walking is an effective way to reduce the risk of heart

Travel Tips for a Smooth Trip with a Loved One with Alzheimer’s

Alzheimer’s disease, dementia, and other cognitive impairments may bring about anxiety and uncertainty during a trip, and while it may be harder to travel with people

How to Connect and Remain Influential to Your Grandchildren

Preserving a strong relationship between a grandchild and grandparent is vital for both parties. By staying in your grandchild’s life, you will be able to impart

Help, My Parent Won’t Move to Assisted Living! Resources to Make the Conversation Easier

For the adult children of an older parent or loved one, one of the hardest things to do is to encourage them to move to a

Top Questions to Ask when Considering an Independent Living Community

If you or an older loved one are considering the independence of an independent living community, you’re probably asking yourself: which one? Well, the best way

Share These Tips with Family and Friends for a Positive Visit with a Loved One with Alzheimer’s

Our older loved ones may enjoy having guests over for a visit, but when Alzheimer’s disease, dementia, or other cognitive impairment is a factor it may

4 Key Reasons Not to Ignore Loneliness

Living alone doesn’t necessarily mean that you’ll be lonely. Just as there is no guarantee that you won’t be if you’re surrounded by others. But loneliness

7 Benefits To Your Brain Health and Aging Well When You Continue Lifelong Learning

One of the bigger myths about growing older is that new things can’t be learned or that we lose our intellectual abilities. Today’s active seniors know

Creating A Memory Box and Other Alzheimer’s Activities to Share With A Loved One

Losing the ability to communicate with words can be one of the most difficult experiences for those living with Alzheimer’s. Not being able to express their
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