Health

The Best Ways to Improve Memory

No matter their age, nearly everyone wants to improve memory. Whether it’s something as simple as misplacing the car keys, or as significant as misremembering an important anniversary, the feeling of forgetting is universal to the human experience. However, memory loss is a particular concern for seniors. Approximately 40% of people aged 65 or older…Read More

How to Cope With Social Isolation

Social isolation can be difficult to deal with, no matter your age or circumstances. It can be especially challenging, though, for elderly people who live alone or who depend on routines outside of the home for stability and companionship.  If you or a loved one is struggling with social isolation, here are four tips to…Read More

What You Need to Do to Stay Healthy

We all want to stay healthy. We also recognize that we can make choices that help us to feel better and can lower our chances of becoming sick, whether it’s paying attention to nutrition, including exercise in our routine, getting enough sleep, or scheduling regular visits with our doctor and listening to his or her…Read More

How to Engage Generation Z With Music

Generation Z. You probably heard the term before, but maybe you’re not sure exactly who belongs to this generation. Or maybe you’re looking for a way to bridge the age gap and truly engage with younger family members. The good news is that it doesn’t have to be difficult. If you have family members who…Read More

What ICE Means and How to Use It

What comes to your mind when you see the acronym ICE? If you pay attention to current events, you may immediately think of Immigration and Customs Enforcement. That is probably the most common use for the term and is the first thing that appears if you enter it in a search on Google. However, when…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