How to Cope with Grief and Loss as a Senior

How to Cope with Grief and Loss as a Senior

Losing someone we love is perhaps the hardest thing that any of us will ever go through in life. As a senior, you may be more likely to experience the loss of a loved one; many friends and family members are in their golden years as well, and death is simply a natural...
What Does Retirement Look Like for Baby Boomers?

What Does Retirement Look Like for Baby Boomers?

The baby boomer generation, people between 1946 and 1964, grew up in an environment different from the one in which their parents came of age. The Vietnam War played a huge role in shaping how boomers view the world in which they live. Many members of the boomer...
8 Ways Seniors Can Boost Their Immune Systems

8 Ways Seniors Can Boost Their Immune Systems

As you age, you become more susceptible to certain diseases and infections. The body’s defenses weaken with age, and your immune system does not respond as quickly as it did when you were younger. Thankfully, there are some ways that seniors can try to combat...
5 Tips for Travelling with a Senior Loved One

5 Tips for Travelling with a Senior Loved One

Travelling with a senior loved one can be different, but it doesn’t have to be difficult. If you’re planning a vacation soon with your senior loved one, here are a few tips to help make your vacation the best one possible. 1. Don’t Forget Medications Know your senior...
Tips for Decorating Your Assisted Living Apartment

Tips for Decorating Your Assisted Living Apartment

Whether you have lived in an assisted living apartment for a while or are just now transitioning from your old home, decorating your apartment space to feel comfortable and homey can feel overwhelming and confusing, but it doesn’t have to be a negative experience....
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