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September is Falls Prevention Month: How to Identify and Avoid Fall Risks

September is National Falls Prevention Month, a time to raise awareness about falls and the steps we can all take to prevent them. Falls are particularly common — and dangerous — among adults over the age of 65. According to the National Council on Aging, one out of every four older adults will fall each […]

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Happier and Healthier: New Study Reveals Benefits of Continuing-Care Retirement Communities

The Mather Institute recently released the latest report from its innovative 5-year Age Well Study. The Study provides further insight into the health and wellness of seniors living in continuing-care retirement communities (CCRCs). Building upon the first two years, Year 3 of the Age Well Study focused on the happiness and life satisfaction of residents […]

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How to Compare Senior Living Options

Choosing a senior living community is one of life’s biggest decisions. You want to find the right community, one that not only provides high-quality care but also matches your lifestyle and preferences for amenities and services. As you begin to search, it’s normal to feel overwhelmed by all the options available. The truth is that […]

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Is it the Right Time for Memory Care? 3 Signs to Look For

It’s not always easy to recognize when a loved one needs more help than can be provided at home, especially when they are diagnosed with the early stages of a progressive memory condition, like Alzheimer’s disease. That’s why it’s so important to watch for certain signs that may indicate it’s time to shift the care […]

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5 Hobbies to Try in Retirement

After years of hard work, retirement is a well-deserved break and an opportunity to pursue the hobbies and activities that bring you joy. How do you envision spending your retirement years? If you’re looking for a little inspiration, here are some of the top hobbies to try in retirement: #1: Grow your green thumb Whether […]

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3 Top Benefits of At-Home Care

Our homes provide a sense of comfort, familiarity, and stability. That’s why many older adults would prefer to “age in place” and continue living in their homes as long as possible. However, illnesses, injuries, and other health concerns can make it more challenging to safely age in place, especially for those who live alone. One […]

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How Do Social Connections Support Healthy Aging?

Most of us know that regular exercise and eating a well-balanced diet are important for our overall health and wellness as we get older. But research is revealing that there’s another essential factor that influences healthy aging: our social connections. Having social support from family and friends is related to higher self-esteem, better mental health, […]

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How is Art Therapy Used in Memory Care?

Chances are, you first experienced the fun and freedom of creating art at a young age. As children, art is one of the first ways we learn to express ourselves and explore the world around us. As we get older, our need for the stimulation, joy, and sense of satisfaction that comes from creative expression […]

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3 Myths About Memory and Aging

By the year 2030, it’s projected that one in five Americans will be over the age of 65. Yet even as the U.S. population gets older and researchers begin to understand more about the aging process, there are still some myths and negative stereotypes surrounding memory and aging. Today, we’re shedding some light on the […]

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