What Are Some Low-Impact, 30-Minute Exercises for Senior Citizens?

Can you spare 30 minutes a day to add more quality years to your life? Medical experts agree that seniors ages 65 and older can benefit greatly from engaging in 30 minutes of moderate aerobic exercise most days of the week. That can include brisk walking, but you can also explore additional safe, low-impact exercises …

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How to Improve Quality of Life in Older Adults

You’ve reached that age when each day feels more precious. A time when we more often contemplate what it means to enjoy the best quality of life possible. It’s an important question, especially now that older adults are living longer than ever before. According to Statista, as of 2019, on average, males who reach age …

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Self-Storage Can Make Downsizing and Moving to Senior Living Easier

With the onset of one of the hottest seller’s markets in recent history, many seniors have been experiencing what kids call FOMO, which translates to Fear Of Missing Out. In this case, it means fear of missing out on a home-selling windfall and following their dream of moving into senior living. With experts predicting it …

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Questions to Ask When Researching Home Care Providers

Aging in place has always been the preferred option for seniors. Many people find great comfort in remaining in familiar surroundings. While family members may be able to handle some level of basic home care, typically professional caregivers will need to be called in as a loved one’s needs increase. Needless to say, the process …

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Successful Aging Begins with a Plan

Successful Aging Begins with a Plan The 2021 holidays may have been extra special for most of us. Families were able to gather and give thanks. We gathered to exchange gifts with loved ones and close friends. Best of all, we’ve celebrated our ability to reconnect with those who matter most to us. Now that …

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Need Help Managing Senior Healthcare or Finances? Get a Care Coordinator

Coordinating the healthcare decisions that come with aging can feel overwhelming, whether it’s for yourself or a loved one. A Care Navigator, sometimes called a Senior Care Coordinator or Geriatric Care Manager, can be an excellent guide and support person for this purpose.   What Is a Senior Care Coordinator? A Senior Care Coordinator is …

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What to Do When Family Disagrees on Long-Term Care for Aging Relatives

When it comes to making decisions about caring for parents who are aging, having siblings by your side can be very comforting. Even though this time can be emotionally difficult, it can bring family members closer together. But, tensions can arise, especially if siblings disagree about caring for an elderly parent, or responsibilities fall more …

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Downsizing to a Senior Apartment? It’s Easier than You Think

Making the move from a family home to a senior apartment is a major life change. It can be a difficult and emotional time for the person who’s downsizing, as well as, the entire family. We all spend a good deal of our lives building wealth and gathering possessions, so going through the process of …

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The Best Holiday Gifts for Loved Ones with Dementia

If you have a loved one with some form of dementia, no matter the stage, the holidays can present a special challenge. You want to make sure your family member feels part of the festivities, but it can be a puzzle to know the ideal gifts for people with dementia.   Fortunately, dementia experts from …

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