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Senior woman with dementia visiting with her adult caregiver.

Ways to Talk to Your Loved One Who is Living with Dementia

September 25, 2020 |

Caring for someone living with dementia is challenging for many different reasons. Whether it’s your parent, aunt, uncle or another loved one, this is an emotional and confusing time for both of you. Part of what makes dementia such a complicated condition to care for are the effects it has on communication skills. Due to […]

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Senior woman does a stretching exercise with her physical therapist.

Benefits of Physical Therapy for Mobility and Strength

September 11, 2020 | Wellness

A knee replacement can provide an opportunity to help you move around better than you’ve moved in years –but to maximize that opportunity you should follow up the surgery with physical therapy. Physical therapy is a non-invasive discipline that can ease pain, strengthen the knee joint and improve mobility. Of course, each person’s experience with […]

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Tips to Get Started on Downsizing

Is It Time for Me to Downsize?

August 21, 2020 |

While embracing change isn’t always the easiest thing to do, it can often lead to exciting new chapters in your life. One of the biggest and most common changes you may experience as you get ready to retire is downsizing from your home of many years. This can feel intimidating at first, with many details […]

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Senior woman participates in a mind-engaging activity.

The Importance of Brain Health for Seniors

August 17, 2020 |

Our brains are responsible for our senses, emotions and behaviors, helping us better understand and interact with the world around us. When your brain is healthy, you’re able to maintain a clean mindset and do the things you love to do every day without any complications. Maintaining a healthy mind is important for everyone, but […]

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