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We know that it can be tough, finding care for a loved one, or taking care of them yourself. So we offer our end users a blog with information on care giving, choosing a community, senior living and care news and just for fun!

4 Ways to Increase the Safety of Seniors Who Have Fallen

Falls are the primary cause of injuries in seniors, and 1 in 4 Americans aged 65 and over falls every year. They naturally have a fear of falling again and so limit their social life. With just a few changes in their lives, however, they can more safely enjoy their golden…

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Help! My Mom Doesn’t Want to Move!

Moving can hold frightening and unpleasant connotations for the seniors in our lives. Many of our parents and grandparents have sown precious memories into their homes. You can’t blame them for not wanting to leave, but sometimes it becomes necessary. Here are three ways you can help transition your loved…

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How Technology Is Helping Seniors Age in Place

Baby boomers are aging.  The number of Americans over the age of 65 could increase by 75% in the coming years.  More seniors will need care than ever, and companies are coming up with creative solutions to the senior care shortage.  In fact, baby boomers may have a better time…

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Hosting An International Food Day at Your Senior Center

Senior centers have been long thought of as the focal point of communities across the country for aging adults. They provide a means for seniors to explore, have fun, learn, connect, and engage in life to the fullest. Though the health and fitness programs and senior assistance services are essential,…

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Vacation Ideas for Improving Health and Wellbeing

A healthy lifestyle doesn’t have to be bland and uneventful. Just like eating tasty foods made from whole, natural ingredients and listening to your favorite music while exercising, vacations can also be healthy without having to sacrifice the fun and relaxation of a getaway. Surfing lessons can be both fun…

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Looking and Feeling Your Best After 60

As we accumulate chronological years, we don’t have to age biologically. We can still look and feel great well beyond the age of 60. But in order to maintain this static biological aging process, and stay independent, we have to make certain lifestyle choices. And when we know what to…

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3 Great Investment Options for Retirees

With Americans living longer than they did in the past, retirement takes on a very different meaning from a financial perspective. There are lots of people who still have 15-20 years of good living to do after they reach the age of retirement and decide to in fact retire. It’s…

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Retirement: Are Your Finances Ready for the Next Stage of Your Life?

By the time you reach your 50s, retirement is something you look forward to. You long for the days where you can stop working so hard and just enjoy life. After decades of giving your best self to a company, you’re excited about the idea of walking away from it…

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5 Astonishing Benefits of Regular Exercise

Lots of people pound the pavement or hit the gym in order to improve their cardiovascular health, build up some muscle, and to basically make their bodies better, but working out also has a few benefits above the neck. Let’s take a closer look. Reduces Stress If you had a…

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3 Tips for Choosing a Nonprofit Organization to Work With

Doing charity work is good for the soul. People are usually happier when they have a purpose and volunteering or working for a nonprofit organization is a great way to increase fulfillment in your life. But choosing the right nonprofit organization to work with can be a bit tricky. Here…

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