National Senior Citizen’s Day

National Senior Citizen’s Day

By the time someone reaches their senior years, they’ve given a lot to their family and community. In the spirit of celebrating them and their contributions, National Senior Citizen’s Day was created. This year, we celebrate it on August 21, and we’re sharing some of...
Alzheimer’s Resources

Alzheimer’s Resources

June is Alzheimer’s awareness month. To help caretakers and family of people with Alzheimer’s disease, we’re providing information and resources. 10 Symptoms of Alzheimer’s If you notice any of these in yourself or a loved one, make an appointment to get checked by a...
7 Tips for Transitioning to Retirement

7 Tips for Transitioning to Retirement

Making the switch from working full time to retirement can be scary. No matter how much planning you’ve done, having vast amounts of free time can cause a lot of uncertainty, even if it also sounds like heaven on earth. Make transitioning to retirement easier with...
Memorial Day and Seniors

Memorial Day and Seniors

For many people, Memorial Day is about parades, back yard BBQs, and flying the flag. For seniors, though, it’s much more. Many seniors are veterans. They remember every day, watching their brothers in arms dying on the battlefield next to them — many lost family...
What’s Your Legacy? The Importance of Ethical Wills

What’s Your Legacy? The Importance of Ethical Wills

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Technology Makes Aging in Place Easier

Technology Makes Aging in Place Easier

Seventy-five percent of adults over the age of 50 say they’d rather stay home as they age, rather than move to a support-care type facility. A few years ago, this would have been challenging as rides, meals, and other services could be difficult to obtain. Now,...