February 11, 2020
How Lifelong Learning Can Help You Stay Sharp in RetirementWhether it's singing, writing or learning how to sculpture clay, it's never too late to learn something new! Seniors can reap countless rewards by pursuing lifelong learning activities. Not only can older adults find a sense of fulfillment by engaging their minds regularly, but learning also supports healthy aging in many ways.
3 Future Trends in Senior LivingAs more Baby Boomers near retirement age, senior living communities are looking for innovative ways to create a comfortable environment for older adults to thrive. As retirement communities adapt to the growing needs of residents, there are several innovative services and amenities to anticipate in the coming years.
Managing Holiday Stress as a CaregiverThe holidays are supposed to be such a joyous, fun-filled time of the year. Shopping, holiday parties and family gatherings are in abundance, making this a great occasion to connect with others and spend quality time. But for caregivers of seniors, the holiday season may leave you more stressed and overwhelmed than ever before. You have a lot on your plate year-round, but the pressure to look afte
October is Breast Cancer Awareness MonthEvery October, we celebrate Breast Cancer Awareness Month to spread the word about the disease and the importance of getting regular mammograms and breast cancer screenings. According to the Centers for Disease Control, breast cancer is the most common form of cancer among American women, besides skin cancer. About 1 in 8 women born today in the United States will be diagnosed with breast cancer a