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10 Tips for Improving Senior Mental Health

It makes sense to pay as much attention to your mental health as you do your physical health because the two are intertwined. According to the World Health Organization, over…

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Exercise Can Improve Brain Health as We Age

Aging causes changes to the brain size, vasculature and cognition, but not every area of the brain is impacted in the same way. The most widely seen cognitive impact associated…

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Health Benefits of Assisted Living Communities

While embracing life at an assisted living facility, residents naturally embed healthier habits into their daily routine. Living alone, especially those who need a helping hand, are at risk for…

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Downsizing with a Senior Move Manager

Downsizing made easy. If you’re in the process of downsizing and moving into a new home or apartment, you’re probably well aware of how much of a hassle the moving…

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Filing for 2020 Federal IncomeTax: What is New?

Published: January 21, 2021 Last year most everything was different, including the deadline for filing federal tax returns, which was extended to July 15.  This year, the filing deadline, known…

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Shedding Light on Sundowners Syndrome

Daylight savings time began this month, allowing most of the United States and other parts of the world one more merciful hour of sunlight each day. This is good news…

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Voice Assistants Connect Older Adults

Published: January 29, 2021 After Judy Riggle’s stroke in 2018, she moved from her cottage to the Stephens Care Center at Kendal at Oberlin. Her husband Tom and cocker spaniel…

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Designing Your Best Day

Creating a Supportive Daily Routine This three part health and wellness series was held January 21, February 4, and February 18, 2021. It was intentionally designed to help participants work…

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What is Memory Care?

Is your loved one starting to experience cognitive impairment symptoms such as memory loss, confusion and disorientation? Whether your family member is living on their own or living at an…

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