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Emotional Benefits Of Helping Others During The Holidays

The season of giving is upon us and it is often a time when many think of ways to give back to their community. About 34 percent  of all charitable giving is done in the last three months of the year. However, giving to others doesn’t need to come in the form of monetary donations. Opportunities […]

Getting Ready For Old Man Winter

Try as we may, there is just no way of wishing winter away. Now that the leaves are sporting vivid colors and falling in preparation for the changing season, here are some refresher tips to keep you safe when the thermometer plunges below freezing: Walkways should be a high priority. Make sure they are salted […]

Tips For Caregivers And Managing Stress

The holiday season is the busiest time of the year. It is also when we get stressed about everything we have to do, and honestly, sometimes we try to do too much. Slowing down and taking a moment for ourselves is not a bad idea – especially for caregivers. If you need to take a […]

Tips To Delay Symptoms Of Alzheimer’s

By 2050, 131 million people could be living with dementia globally. Research continues to focus on identifying a cure to solve the cognitive decline associated with Alzheimer’s disease. While there is not a cure yet, a few lifestyle changes may help delay memory loss. Cognitive Training According to Dr. Ronald Petersen , an Alzheimer’s expert at […]

Stay Safe With These Winter Weather Tips

With winter settling in, older adults can have a higher risk of falls and other injuries, along with health problems like hypothermia. What are some steps you can take to keep yourself safe at home and on the road this winter? Prepare your home The risk of fires increases during the winter as people use […]