It’s no surprise that people who exercise regularly are in better health than those who don’t, but new evidence is emerging on just how beneficial physical activity can be. A report in the American Heart Association’s . . .
recent study by the Statistical Institute of Quebec found that depression affects at least 20 percent of Canadian seniors – even more among those in poor health. The survey was conducted by a telephone interview . . .
Socializing with fellow seniors in the retirement community is a great way for older adults to make friends and feel great this summer. Socialization has far-reaching benefits for seniors, as a number of studies have highlighted . . .
Moving to a new home can be stressful whether you’re joining a retirement community or moving in with a loved one. While the process may seem daunting, there are several tips to keep in mind that can make the . . .
There may not exist a perfect time to talk to your loved one about retirement living, but there are a few simple guidelines you can follow when broaching the topic with your parents. Whether an aging loved one was recently . . .
As digital devices become more commonplace in senior communities, caregivers are discovering the ways they can use technology to their advantage. Mobile devices, like tablets and smartphones, offer a range . . .
As more seniors become familiar with mobile devices, including smartphones and tablets, developers continue to create apps ideal for this portion of the population. According to a poll conducted by the Media Technology . . .
Gardening is one of the best senior activities not only for the spring, but also for boosting mental and physical health. Several studies have examined the positive effects gardening can have on seniors’ overall well-being.
Each year, adult children have the opportunity to show their mothers how much they appreciate them on Mother’s Day. This year’s holiday falls on May 11, but don’t feel limited by just one day.