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.

Discussing Memory Care with a Loved One: Tips and Expert Advice

You want the best for your aging loved one, and this includes ensuring they have a safe environment to live in if their memory issues have

Important Legal Documents: A Checklist for Seniors

Important legal documents are those that help protect you and your family in legal, financial, and medical situations. Which specific documents are important to you and

Professional Organizers: Helping Hands for Retirement Downsizing

Relocating to a new community is a big change. Even if you aren’t downsizing and will have the same amount of space you are used to,

8 Fashion Bloggers Over 60 You Should Be Following

Here are some senior influencers who can give you inspirational ideas on fashionable clothing and styling trends at any age. Their blogs will inspire you to

The Benefits of Learning to Play an Instrument: What Studies Show

Like learning to speak a foreign language, learning to play a musical instrument is something people widely assume you must have inculcated in you during your

Assessing Your Aging Parents’ Needs: Signs to Look Out For

Assessing Your Aging Parents’ Needs: Signs to Look Out for Over the Holidays The holiday season is an ideal time to speak to your parents about

Unretirement: Returning to Work After Retirement, a Growing Trend?

Tom Brady. Barbra Streisand. Ozzy Osbourne. David Letterman. These famous people all retired and thought better of it. And they’re not alone in “unretiring.” According to

Balance Issues: A Normal Part of Aging? Advice on Living With a Balance Disorder

Have you or a loved one ever experienced lightheadedness, dizziness or a spinning sensation? A feeling that you’re about to fall or actually falling? Staggering when

Listen Up! The Risks and Consequences of Untreated Hearing Loss

Almost half of Americans over 75 years of age and around one third of Americans between 65 and 74 suffer from varying degrees of hearing loss,
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