For a Change, Some Good News About Seniors and Health Care Providers

The doctor isn’t the only one who can help seniors manage their health care needs.
 
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How to… Have a Meaningful Retirement

A meaningful retirement starts with a plan, and by that, we don’t mean a financial plan (though that’s important too). After years of working, having a schedule on your days off may not sound like fun, but without ...

 
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Crisis Management Makes a Difference in Senior Living

When something bad happens in senior living, it doesn’t always hit major media outlets. The larger the provider, the more likely the story grabs news headlines, but as today’s earlier post affirmed, this may not necessarily impact their ...

 
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The Keys to Good Brain Health for Seniors

As the incidence of dementia nears epidemic proportions, brain health is increasingly on everyone’s minds. Seniors especially are looking for ways to preserve and boost cognitive function and memory.

A new study, published in the Journal of the American ...

 
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What Do a Senior Woodturner, Corset Maker and Drummer Have in Common?

There’s a new movement underfoot in the UK, with plans for a US outpost in the works. In this post, Senior Planet tells us all about The Amazings, a “reverse-model of your typical social service organization.” Instead of simply ...

 
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Senior Nutrition: An Undisputed Part of Good Health

Today's guest post is written by Julie Davis, Chief Content Officer of www.parentgiving.com. (Learn more about Julie in the bio below the post.)

It’s never too late to start eating nutritiously. The right foods can help control ...

 
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How to Be a Good Visitor in Assisted Living

Family members and friends of assisted living residents may visit anytime, and some do so on a regular basis. There is really no limit to what visitors can do: they can have a meal in the community dining room, they ...

 
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