Posts Categorized: News

Winter Safety Tips for Seniors

With the chilling temperatures, icy roads and slippery sidewalks, it is imperative that we all, especially the elderly take the necessary precautions to stay safe healthy and warm during the winter months. Here are a few winter safety tips for seniors to keep in mind. You may already be aware of most or all of… Read more »

Too Old To Exercise?

What types of exercises should I be doing as I age, and how much? As we age, it is clear that our body changes and our ability to train hard, react quickly, cut and dodge deteriorates, but that doesn’t mean we should be doing things to keep what we have as intact as possible, for… Read more »

Seniors and Driving Safety

“Older adults are actually not much more likely to be in car accidents, but they are more likely to suffer injury or die in one because their bodies are more susceptible to injury, and resulting medical complications are more likely.” This is most definitely not a new issue, but how do we know when it… Read more »

Aging Parents and Work

“They never knew when the next crisis would erupt, like when one parent began hallucinating and wanting to eat his plate.” “Samira, 38, felt guilty that she was too exhausted to read to her daughters.” Being a product of the baby boomers will at some point make you reflect inward and wonder what to do… Read more »

Dementia Is

I’m sure many of you have heard the word Dementia in the news quite a bit in the last day or so. Following a brain biopsy, it was discovered that the world famous actor and comedian, Robin Williams, had a form of Dementia called Lewy Body Dementia. Due to a misdiagnosis he was not given… Read more »