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Should I Move to a Senior Living Community?

It’s not always about fixing things around the house, tending to the garden or keeping track of medication. Sure, maintaining your home and taking care of yourself can become more difficult as you age, but socializing can also become more challenging. If you’re looking for a few new friends or want to live around people […]

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Tips for Staying Social as You Age

  You’re never too old to make new friends. Seriously! Sure, it can get more difficult to form new social connections after retirement, and social circles can shrink down to a spouse or immediate family members. But while those relationships are absolutely important, you can’t rely on a small social circle to fulfill all of […]

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Adapting To Vision Loss Around The Home

  At first, it’s just reading glasses. Then, maybe some prescription lenses. But eventually, due to the aging process, even something like making a quick breakfast in the morning can become complicated. By the age of 65, one out of every three people experiences vision loss. When vision loss starts to occur, modifications to the […]

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Long-Distance Caregivers Aren’t Alone

Long-Distance Caregivers Aren’t Alone You might be a long-distance caregiver without realizing it. Long-distance caregiving is often a necessity because it’s not always possible to live in the same city as our loved ones. That doesn’t mean you care any less than someone who lives in the same city, of course, it simply means that […]

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Back To Better: Helping Seniors Recover From Physical Injury

Accidents happen to everyone, but as we get older, accidents become more and more dangerous. Falls are the leading cause of injuries in seniors, with hip fractures and life-threatening head injuries representing two of the most serious consequences. Even if you’re lucky enough to avoid injury following a fall, close calls are still scary and […]

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How Assisted Living Can Save You Money

You might be wondering how you could afford assisted living. With all of the services and care options that senior living communities provide, it seems like the cost will be significantly more than what you’re paying to live in your home. But that’s not necessarily true. If you’re paying for private in-home care, those costs […]

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Home For The Holidays: Prepare Your Home For Senior Visitors

  The holiday season is a joyous time of the year that brings family together to celebrate in their own special way. You get to catch up with visiting relatives over delicious food, ask how the kids are doing at school and meet any new additions to the family. If you’re hosting the holidays this […]

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Grandparents Go High Tech

For Americans of every age, the internet has become woven into our daily lives. Whether you are taking classes online, banking online, shopping from the comfort of your own home or booking your next vacation, access to the internet is more important than ever.   And despite the stereotypes, seniors and technology get along surprisingly […]

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Financial Elder Abuse – How to Protect Your Parents from Being Scammed

Seniors are targeted in scams more often than any other age group. In fact, one in five Americans over the age of 65 has fallen victim to a scam. Elder financial abuse costs seniors in the United States $2.9 billion per year, with each instance of financial abuse costing $30,000 on average. Identifying elder financial […]

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Melrose Meadows Puts the Fun in Functional Fitness

The concept of “functional fitness” for older adults is gaining momentum. According to a recent article about aging in America by the Huffington Post, functional fitness isn’t about running a marathon or climbing a mountain. Instead, it’s about keeping your body capable of real-life activities like shopping, day-to-day chores, or even just being able play […]

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