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Fun Activities to Do After Retirement

An active retirement means engaging in activities that keep you moving and connected with others. This could be anything from fishing to gardening to playing cards with friends, to singing in the church choir and volunteering at a local organization. Our later years...

Tips to Help Fall Prevention

Older adults are at a greater risk for falls, which can lead to some serious health complications. According to the National Council on Aging, falls are the leading cause of fatal and non-fatal injuries for older Americans. Falls threaten seniors’ safety and...

Medicare Tips for Seniors

Medicare can be a complicated program to navigate. Whether you’re just aging into Medicare or are prepping for another year of enrollment and would like to better understand the program, these medicare tips for seniors will help you simplify the process.Know What You...

Advice: Caring for Senior Parents

Advice: Taking Care of Senior Parents If your parents are getting older, you might be looking for senior care advice. Figuring out what your aging parents need, knowing your options, having tough discussions with family, and making decisions can be overwhelming. In...

Seniors Need Vacations Too

Seniors Need Vacations, Too! We could all use a vacation. Enjoy your retirement to the fullest! Not only are vacations a fun way to bond with loved ones and see the world, but studies have shown health benefits, as well. In this article, we’re going to talk about the...

How to Help Seniors Stay Social

How to Help Seniors Stay Social With retirement, changing health needs, and families moving farther away from home, it can often be difficult for older adults to stay social. But the importance of social interaction for seniors is well-documented; staying involved in...

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