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Stay informed on the latest in Senior Living and get advice living life to the fullest.

Helping with Depression in Seniors

As the holiday season is upon us, depression in seniors often rises. To learn more about what can be done to help with depression, Senior Webinars, a partner of ours, is hosting a free webinar on this topic. On December 16, 2021, our SRI Management’s Senior Director of Experience is presenting Making Spirits Bright –

Do Optimistic People Live Longer?

By Meg Selig Does an optimistic attitude have health benefits as we age? The question is important because if optimism does lead to healthier aging, then programs could be developed to bolster an optimistic mindset in both the old and the young. Past research has painted a surprisingly gloomy picture of the relationship between optimism

Senior Nutrition & Foods for Brain Power

Can eating a specific food or following a particular diet help prevent or delay dementia caused by Alzheimer’s disease? Many studies suggest that what we eat affects the aging brain’s ability to think and remember. These findings have led to research on general eating patterns and whether they might make a difference.

Eating Healthier as You Age

Making healthy food choices is a smart thing to do — no matter how old you are. Our bodies change through our 60s, 70s, 80s, and beyond. As we change, food is incredibly important not just in quantity but also quality. Here are a few tips to keep seniors eating healthier.

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Telehealth & Seniors Today

Telehealth is the use of digital information and communication technologies, such as computers and mobile devices, to access health care services remotely and manage your health care. These may be technologies you use from home or that your doctor uses to improve or support health care services.

Matters of the Heart in Senior Housing

With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, the month February is the undisputed caretaker for matters of the heart. Chocolate, roses, and Cupid’s arrows seem to come to mind when thinking of this month. But what about the other matters of the heart? Let’s look at the few physical ones that keep a heart healthy and strong.

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10 Myths About Aging

Many people make assumptions about aging, what it is like to grow “old”, and how older age will affect them. But as we are getting older, it is important to understand the positive aspects of aging. Research has shown that you can help preserve your health and mobility as you age by adopting or continuing healthy habits and lifestyle choices. Read on to learn about 10 common misconceptions related to aging and older adults.

Fall Risk is Higher for Those with Cognitive Impairment: How to Avoid Falls

By Institute of Aging It’s no secret that as we age, we become increasingly at risk of falling, and fall-related injuries are more dangerous for older adults. What researchers recently learned, however, is potentially significant: a definitive link between cognitive slowing and fall risk, and an opportunity to provide better care for those living with dementia.

Simple Tips for Eating Well

By Cheryl Toner, MS, RDN on behalf of the National Council of Aging There are few things in life as comforting and nourishing as food, but it can be controversial and confusing, too. It’s so essential to life one would think common sense is the main ingredient in making food choices, and common sense—along with