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Assisted Living for Parkinson’s Disease

According to the Parkinson’s Foundation, 10 million people worldwide live with Parkinson’s Disease (PD). In the U.S. alone, 60,000 people are diagnosed each year. If you or a loved one has PD,  you understand the challenge of finding appropriate care. [...]

Cyber Security Tips for Seniors

An estimated 67 percent of older adults in the US have been targets or victims of an internet scam, according to recent reports. As such, cyber security for seniors should be a top priority. […]

The Health Benefits of Gardening

Besides providing nutritious crops and beautiful flowers, there are numerous health benefits of gardening. While it’s a healthy hobby at any age, gardening can be especially beneficial to seniors. Gardening can also help with dementia and Alzheimer’s symptoms. Learn more [...]

2019 Traveling Trends and Tips for Baby Boomers

Just because you’ve gotten older does not mean you lack the spirit and energy for adventure. Quite the opposite, in fact. A recent poll conducted by AARP Travel has found that most Baby Boomers plan to embark on four-five vacations [...]

Why Alzheimer’s Affects Sleeping

One of the most prevalent diseases of our generation, Alzheimer’s Disease (AD) is said to affect an estimated 4.5 million Americans. Alzheimer’s is also the sixth leading cause of death in the United States. With the baby boomer generation aging, [...]

A Guide to Helping Parents Downsize

For most seniors, moving from their home of many years to an assisted living facility is a difficult process. Sorting through decades of possessions and family history can be emotional. Additionally, helping parents with downsizing or moving can be especially [...]

Surviving the Holiday Season as a Caregiver

Caregivers have a tremendous amount of stress throughout the year. Like most of us, that stress ramps up around the holidays as they struggle to meet the demands of the season and continue caregiving duties. According to a new AARP survey, [...]

10 FAQs about Alzheimer’s

More than five million Americans are living with Alzheimer’s Disease. For those with a family member or loved one diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, it can be a confusing and challenging time. While it’s a very well-researched disease, [...]

Using Music Therapy for Memory Care

Alzheimer’s Disease and dementia are two of the most critical health care concerns for baby boomers. The National Institute of Health reports that between 2.6 million and 5.1 million Americans aged 65 years and older may suffer from the Alzheimer’s [...]

Celebrating Caregiver’s Awareness Month

There are presently more than 90 million Americans who care for family members, friends, or loved ones with chronic conditions, disabilities, disease, or frailties of old age, according to the Caregiver Action Network. Caregivers put others needs above their own [...]

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