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6 09, 2022

Tips for Brain Health to Slow or Prevent Dementia and Alzheimer’s

2022-09-06T16:39:05-04:00Blog, Physical Health|

World Alzheimer’s Day is September 21 this year, the day before the official beginning of fall. For seniors and the elderly, maintaining a healthy brain is important in the aging process. Can you avoid memory loss? Can you avoid or prevent the onset of dementia and Alzheimer’s? Brain training can certainly help. Studies have [...]

6 09, 2022

Six Tips on Fall Prevention for Seniors and the Elderly

2022-09-06T16:30:13-04:00Blog, Physical Health|

Falls can be a major source of serious injury for seniors and the elderly. “Balance Awareness Week,” which runs Sept. 18-24, is a good reminder for seniors about fall prevention and how to avoid them. The recipe for fall prevention includes balance awareness and exercise, as well as checking in with your medical provider. [...]

15 08, 2022

How to Transition Someone with Alzheimer’s Into Memory Care

2022-08-15T17:54:18-04:00Blog, Memory Care|

Planning a Transition Talking to a parent with Alzheimer's or dementia about a transition can be challenging. You want them to feel safe and loved, but a move can be unsettling. Memory care can offer residents the support and care they need, but how can you communicate that need to a loved one? We've prepared [...]

3 08, 2022

Treat Yourself! Here are Senior Discounts that Save You Money

2022-08-03T17:47:04-04:00Blog, Financial Health|

Being a senior and among the elderly has its benefits. Can you say discounts? Many discounts also apply if you have a military background, either active duty or retired. So let’s get started on those discounts! Grocery Stores Harris Teeter: If you’re 60 or older, you can save 5% on your purchase every Thursday. [...]

3 08, 2022

August is National Eye Exam Month, Time for Elderly and Seniors to Check Their Eyes

2022-08-03T17:34:51-04:00Blog, Physical Health|

August is National Eye Exam Month, a good reminder for seniors and the elderly to check their eyes. For most seniors and the elderly, seeing a doctor for an annual physical health checkup is automatic. But don’t forget your eyes! Seeing an eye doctor means you can catch small problems with your eyes before [...]

8 07, 2022

When Is It Time for Assisted Living?

2022-07-08T12:26:18-04:00Assisted Living, Blog|

As our loved ones grow older, they may require an increased level of care that you or another caregiver can’t provide. They may already live in a senior living community and need to move to assisted living to get help with daily activities.   From increased opportunities for social interaction to a proper level of care, [...]

28 06, 2022

Older and Senior Adults Can Take These Steps to Prevent Dehydration in Summer

2022-06-28T19:17:03-04:00Blog, Physical Health|

As the summer heat and humidity settles in, staying hydrated is critical for seniors and the elderly to stay healthy and avoid illnesses related to the heat. Staying hydrated does a number of things, including regulating body temperature, protects vital organs, and promotes skin health.  Signs or symptoms of dehydration that leads to heat-related illnesses [...]

28 06, 2022

As Summer Heats Up, Here are Tips for Seniors to Keep Cool and Safe

2022-06-28T19:14:04-04:00Blog, Physical Health|

Summer is the time to enjoy the outdoors and have fun. Everyone has memories of beach trips, or camping, fun at the pool, grilling and parties, and many other summertime activities. It’s also the time when you can spend too much time outdoors in the heat and sun. The effects of sunburns and dehydration can [...]

31 05, 2022

The Longest Day is Your Chance to Help Millions Fight Alzheimer’s

2022-05-31T19:34:26-04:00Blog, Physical Health|

Every June, people around the world choose to fight the ravages and darkness of Alzheimer’s through a fundraising activity of their choice on “The Longest Day.”  What will be your choice this year? Will you join the millions of people who participate in The Longest Day? Here’s how it works. June 21 is the [...]

31 05, 2022

For Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month, Be Aware and Take Action

2022-05-31T19:29:23-04:00Blog, Physical Health|

So many people’s lives are touched by the effects of Alzheimer’s and other dementias. A loved one, a relative, a friend, or someone you know.  An estimated 55 million people around the world are affected by Alzheimer’s and other dementias. Alzheimer’s is a disease of the brain that causes a slow decline in memory, [...]

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