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The average life expectancy in the United States is around 80 years old, and many people live well into their 80s and 90s, some going past 100. There is no way of knowing exactly how long someone will live. This can make caring for an aging parent even more challenging because you don’t know what … Continue reading Planning Ahead with Your Aging Parent→
Boredom and isolation can be dangerous for seniors. They can lead to problems with depression and negatively affect overall health. Regular socialization can boost mental health and provide higher quality of life. It keeps seniors both physically and mentally active. Sometimes due to physical or mental challenges, seniors may find it easier or less stressful … Continue reading Activities to Help Your Senior Stay Socially Active→
The transition from winter to spring can be a beautiful time. More animals emerge, the grass turns green, buds form on trees, and flowers begin to bloom. But along with this beauty, also comes the annoyance of seasonal allergies. Tree pollen and mold come out in full force and can cause itchy or watery eyes, … Continue reading Allergies and Aging: What You Need to Know→
People are living longer, and many prefer the comfort of staying in their own homes for as long as possible. They don’t want to go into an assisted living community or nursing home unless they have to. And as long as they’re still mentally and physically able to live on their own, they’re determined to … Continue reading 4 Benefits of Aging in Place→
Combatting Loneliness: Staying Connected While Apart
As the coronavirus pandemic continues, many seniors have found themselves self-isolating for several weeks. Older adults, especially those with underlying health conditions, are at greater risk when it comes to...