Two years ago, a book was published on how to deal with the primary issues facing seniors. The National Care Planning Council (NCPC) printed this material in 2014 but the subjects covered at that time still remain as relevant today. How to Deal with 21 Critical Issues Facing Aging Seniors brings to light the following…

Are you in a long-term relationship with a significant other? Would you like to be? Either way, some standard dating activities can start to feel a bit worn out after overuse. Somehow, you just don’t feel like having dinner and seeing a movie, even just one more time. Here are some alternatives to spice up…

A few months ago, after nearly a decade in progress, the Older Americans Act finally passed by Congress, for a three-year term. The delay has been very stressful for the elderly community, and, when looking at what the revisions do, it is easy to see why. The gist of it is that the elderly will…

As we age there are natural processes that take place which make certain parts of our body more vulnerable to deterioration, which can cause pain. Our joints, which are the places in our body where the bones connect, can be especially vulnerable to diseases and damage which is associated with pain. It is prudent and…

Facebook and other social media outlets really seem to be taking over somewhat. When it comes to communication, connection and networking, these days it is almost impossible to manage if one is not social-media savvy. But what happens with the elder generation? They are hardly adept to managing with so many new things. Indeed, the…

Page 52 of 64 1 50 51 52 53 54 64

© 2019 DRY HARBOR