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How to Use Technology to Visit With Friends

Around the world, health concerns have made it more important than ever for people to rely on technology. Social distancing measures in many areas prevent people from visiting with friends in person. Additionally, large distances or physical disabilities can make it nearly impossible for some to visit with friends in-person. Even if you can’t visit…Read More

The Best Ways to Use Apps to Know Your Neighbors

Most of us are familiar with our neighbors on some level. Maybe you wave to the man who walks his dog past your house. Or maybe you exchange a pleasant greeting with the lady next door as you check your mail. Because of differing schedules and other limitations, though, we don’t always know our neighbors…Read More

5 Simple Ways to Keep Your Memories Alive

We all cherish our happy memories and enjoy talking about them. However, for a person with Alzheimer’s or another form of dementia, reminiscing can be especially meaningful. This is because, as dementia progresses, recent memories deteriorate first. However, older memories are usually easier to access. When a person is given the opportunity to reflect on…Read More

Tips to Plan Now for Your Retirement Years

Retirement means different things to different people. But regardless of whether you want to spend your retirement playing at home with your grandchildren, traveling the world, or somewhere in between, you’ll need to plan ahead to make the most of your life after you retire. Many people start planning for retirement early in life. Others…Read More

Signs Your Elderly Loved One May Be Suffering From Depression and How to Help

Do you find yourself reflecting on recent changes in your aging loved one’s behavior? Maybe your dad used to light up when you mentioned going fishing, but now he’s hardly interested anymore. Or your mom looked forward to your weekly coffee dates, but now there’s always an excuse why she needs to cancel. Seniors are at…Read More

4 Simple Ways to Keep Your Independence as You Age

Independence is something that we all value, and that doesn’t diminish with age. Maintaining as much independence as possible is extremely important to the majority of seniors. Although some health conditions or cognitive issues are beyond our control, there are things you can do to increase your ability to stay independent for longer. Here are four simple ways to keep your independence as you age.