Good news for seniors who enjoy traveling but find the logistics overwhelming: senior tours can provide a solution. Senior tours are designed for people over the age of 60. They feature day trips with smaller groups, greater flexibility, a leisurely pace and comfortable accommodations. For seniors with some health issues, these tours may be ideal….

Did you know that swimming may be the ideal form of exercise for the elderly? Swimming has many recognized health benefits and can lead to improved heart health, reduced risk of osteoporosis, increased flexibility, and improved muscle strength. Because swimming is a low impact activity, seniors can gain strength without risking injury. Many other forms…

New fields that combine differing specialties have emerged over the past few years. Examples of these “hybrid fields” include medical authors—doctors who are also authors; and behavioral economists, psychologists who study how people spend money. A new focus on supporting the elderly has begun to overlap with several fields. For instance, Leon Watts, a contractor…

After your senior loved one is discharged from the hospital, they may still need care from a short-term or long-term rehabilitation center but there may be complications during the admission process that cause them to be readmitted into the hospital. However, here are some steps to help identify high-risk admissions to rehab or home health…

After your senior loved one is discharged from the hospital, they may still need care from a short-term or long-term rehabilitation center but there may be complications during the admission process that cause them to be readmitted into the hospital. However, here are some steps to help identify high-risk admissions to rehab or home health…

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