We all have people we love who are getting a little older—sometimes they’re not the best with technology, and sometimes after retirement, they need to stick to a smaller budget. This article, directed at people with aging loved ones, will help them determine how best to use tech to help these loved ones save money.
Seniors, especially those with cognitive problems, can’t always advocate for themselves. It’s important to know how to spot the signs of elder abuse so you can step in when needed.
If you give up on the little things that keep you well, your mind and body will start to feel worse as a result. This makes getting back on track that much harder. If you feel like you’re falling into a wellness rut, here are a few ways you can kick things back into gear.
Growing old. It is as constant as the sunrise and yet somehow as foreign as a trip to the moon. Everyone experiences growing up and growing older, and yet each experience of this phenomenon is quite unique. This article is a human interest piece discussing the pros and cons of growing older in America within a society immersed in social media.
In this post, we look at 7 ways of healthy and gentle decision-making while caring for your loved ones. With healthy communication and understanding, you can work your way through anything.
One of the hardest-hit groups has been seniors living in assisted living facilities or nursing homes. During the pandemic, these facilities have had to shut down to visitors and many have experienced outbreaks leading to devastating losses.
There are things you can do today to slow or even reverse age-related mental decline both for tomorrow and for years to come.
There’s an old Jimmy Durante song that asks “don’t you know that it’s worth every treasure on earth to be young at heart?” There’s another saying that suggests you’re only as old as you feel. So, if you remain young at heart and live life to the fullest, there is no reason you can’t enjoy […]
As a society, we often tell ourselves that we’ve never been more connected to other people than we are now, thanks to the Internet. In reality, online connections do little to stave off loneliness in the aging population.
The brain is a muscle and like your biceps need regular workouts in the gym, your mind requires something similar. Here are 5 ways to keep your brain active as you get older.