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  • Alzheimer’s and Dementia Month Begins – An Overview of These Conditions

    Dementia is the loss of cognitive functioning — thinking, remembering, and reasoning — to such an extent that it interferes with a person's daily life and [...]

  • Tips on Prevent Senior Fraud in Honor of National Senior Fraud Day

    National Senior Fraud Awareness Day is observed on May 15 every year. Its objective is to raise awareness of fraudulent schemes older adults often fall prey [...]

  • Ways Nurses Respect Their Patients and Why We Are So Happy They Do!

    Nursing is a profession that assumes responsibility for the continuous care of the sick, the injured, people with disabilities, and the dying. Nurses are also responsible [...]

  • Seniors Need a Good Night’s Sleep Too 

    The importance of a good night’s sleep does not change with age.  Older adults need about the same amount of sleep as all adults—7 to 9 [...]

  • The World Wide Web for Seniors

    As baby boomers age, they are really the first generation of Seniors who will most likely have used computers, printers, and scanners.  Other seniors may not [...]

  • Nine Ways to Make Your Home Safer as You Age

    The older we get, the harder it can be to maneuver through our homes like we once did.  Maybe you cannot walk as far as you [...]

  • When and How Do You Talk to Your Beloved Senior About Ceasing Driving for Good?

    That feeling most people have when they embark on their first solo car ride; the freedom, the music and the independence.  It is for most, a [...]

  • April Is Care Workers Recognition Month

    On Saturday, President Joe Biden released a Proclamation declaring April Care Workers Recognition Month.  Here is his decree in part: Across America, care workers help raise [...]

  • Sunshine for Your Heart and Mind

    The old saying “April showers bring May flowers” can be true for most of us around the country, it does not accurately describe every day in [...]