Even though seniors may have certain physical and mental limitations, helping them live their life to their fullest capacity is likely the best gift we can bestow on them. “Normalizing” seniors by giving them opportunities to engage in activities we all take for granted, is likewise a great antidote to potential depression and isolation so…

There are many measures a person can take as they enter their mid-life years to stay healthy, strong and happy. Exercise and good diet are key components of staying healthy, but there are other positive actions that can be taken to stay the healthiest you can for many years. It is important to be as…

There has always been – and always will be – a generational gap. In business, politics, family and friendships, a gap between the generations has existed since time immemorial. And that fact is not likely to change any time soon. However, sometimes – like in the case of seniors and youngsters – if utilized correctly,…

One common side effect of the aging process is a loss of memory. What happens is that hormones and proteins that work in the protection and repair of brain cells while stimulating neural expansion (referred to as the hippocampus) decline as one gets older. What experts in the field have discovered, however, is that it…

Getting older does not have to mean a lessening of the fun quotient in a senior’s life. There are many ways older people can continue enjoying their lives as independent and active members of their communities. Participating in fun activities helps elderly people stay alert, helps to keep their minds sharp, their bodies strong, and…

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