Seniors and the importance of friends photo

Friendships and Seniors: The Importance of Friends as you Age

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Just as loneliness can hurt our health, friendships can actually improve it in far-reaching (and sometimes surprising) ways!
Tips to Prevent Fall-Related Injuries

Don’t Fall this Autumn: Tips to Prevent Fall-Related Injuries

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We share prevention tips for avoiding falls for older adults who are most at risk for fall-related injuries.
Seniors and music therapy

The Beneficial Power of Music

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Some studies have found that listening to music can help seniors recall specific memories, names, faces and places.
Helping Seniors Stay Sharp

Helping Seniors Stay Sharp

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Like any part of the body, the brain changes over time. Seniors can protect their brain health both physically and mentally.
Two seniors doing aqua therapy

Aqua Therapy for Older Adults

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Falls are the main reason for injuries in older adults, and is the second largest reason for accidental fatal injuries. Aquatic exercise can combat these risks.
Three seniors laughing together

Laughter is the Best Medicine (No joke!)

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It’s no secret that laughing feels good. But did you know it can actually provide stress relief and other health benefits?
Travelling seniors

Dementia and Low Stress Travel

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Travel can be stressful for your family member with dementia. However, you can set it up so that it is easier for everyone.
Seniors meditating on beach

Meditation for Calm and Health

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Meditation is an activity that helps seniors learn how to be in the moment, costs nothing, and can bring enormous health benefits.
Up to 20 percent of adults with Alzheimer’s experience Sundowners Syndrome.

Sundowners: A Soft Word but a Difficult Condition

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Sundowning refers to an extreme state of confusion that often occurs during the late afternoon or evening for people with dementia or Alzheimer’s. But you can help.
Holiday memories for seniors

Rekindling Holiday Traditions (& Memories)

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Which holiday traditions do you remember from your youth? For an aging adult, the memories they helped create are the ones they remember in their older years.