Senior-Focused Ideas for Giving Tuesday: Empowering Elders for Change

As Giving Tuesday approaches, the opportunity to extend generosity, support, and care to our senior community becomes a compelling focal point. While this day of charitable giving holds significance across various causes, it’s pivotal to shed light on the unique needs and potential of our elder population. Here are some senior-focused ideas to consider for…

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Enchanting October: Fall & Halloween Activities for Seniors

October is a magical month filled with the crisp rustle of leaves, the aroma of cinnamon-spiced treats, and the anticipation of Halloween. For seniors, this season offers a myriad of opportunities to engage in festive activities that promote socialization, creativity, and overall well-being. Let’s explore some enchanting Halloween and October activities tailored for seniors. Pumpkin…

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June is Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month

In the month of June, join us as we raise awareness for Brain and Alzheimer’s diseases.  To help spread more awareness for this month, we wanted to share this very special poem by Rachael Wonderlin that a family member shared with us. Let’s come together to support research, promote early detection, and provide care for…

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May is Older American’s Month

Older Americans Month is a celebration of the contributions and achievements of older adults in the United States. Every May, we take the time to recognize and honor the countless ways that older Americans have shaped our communities and our nation. This year’s theme, “Communities of Strength,” emphasizes the importance of coming together to support…

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2023 Spring Traveling Tips for Seniors

Spring is a wonderful time of the year when nature blooms, and the weather is mild and pleasant. Many seniors look forward to traveling during this time of the year, but it’s important to take certain precautions to ensure a safe and enjoyable trip. In this article, we’ll discuss some senior citizen precautions for traveling…

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Maintaining Physical Activity and Mobility for Seniors at Home

Maintaining physical activity and mobility is crucial for seniors, not just for their physical health, but also for their mental and emotional well-being. In this article, we will discuss some ways that seniors can maintain physical activity and mobility while staying at home. Consult a Healthcare Provider First and foremost, it is important to consult…

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Managing Chronic Conditions with At-Home Senior Care

As people age, it is not uncommon for them to develop chronic conditions such as diabetes, heart disease, and arthritis. These conditions can make it difficult for seniors to live independently and can also require frequent trips to the doctor or hospital. However, with at-home senior care, it is possible for seniors to manage their…

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Great Tips for Holidays and Dementia

Whether your loved one is in the advanced stages of dementia or just recently diagnosed with a form of it, all the moving parts and preparation of the holidays can be taxing if you don’t plan ahead.  To help you enjoy the holidays and this time together, we believe there are some very beneficial tips…

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