Birthdays, anniversaries and holidays can be a particularly trying time for all sorts of demographics, including the elderly. Families are getting together; expenses are incurred and for those who are homebound, lacking in financial resources, or facing the event without a loved one, this is undoubtedly a challenging time. One organization that is attempting to…

As we age it is not unusual to develop painful symptoms for a variety of reasons. Our bodies become more delicate, and are subject to ailments associated with some degree of pain, such as osteoarthritis, musculoskeletal illness, neuropathic illness, and chronic joint diseases. All these ailments are unfortunately common and hard to treat. Because of…

Putting his ‘nerd’ qualities to good use for seniors, is Nicholas Roth, founder and creator of Teach All Tech. Understanding the benefits of technology and how it facilitates everyday life activities, Roth is there to help seniors – who often get left behind in the technology sector – take advantage of the latest gadgets. Currently…

In a Woman’s Day article from a couple of years ago, Laurie Pawlik-Kienlen put together a list of 10 things to do to facilitate aging gracefully. She first pointed out that why we are often told that it’s all about genetics, in some cases it is only around 25% connected to what our parents had…

Health issues are of proportionately larger concern to seniors than they are to the rest of the population. Seniors encounter the health care system more frequently, so the pressing issues there affect them more. What are those issues facing all Americans today, but especially the aging population? Shortage of doctors It is believed there is…

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