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How To Help Seniors Maintain Their Minds And Memories

How to Help Seniors Maintain Their Minds and Memories

In the United States, approximately 40% of people over the age of 65 experience age-related memory impairment. Memory and mental health are closely connected. Helping seniors stay sharp can also improve their quality of life. Top Strategies for Maintaining a…

The Benefits Of Hand Therapy Putty For Seniors

The Benefits of Hand Therapy Putty for Seniors

Remember playing around with Silly Putty when you were a kid? (Maybe you still do; it’s a fun toy!) A similar kind of putty is available to assist in strengthening hand muscles and it is a very valuable and efficient…

Protecting Seniors From Financial Abuse: Tips From The FDIC

Protecting Seniors from Financial Abuse: Tips from the FDIC

We live in fascinating times in terms of technological wonders. All manner of fancy gadgets have made it enormously convenient to do most everything, from everyday chores like paying bills or shopping to researching for a college essay and managing…

The Most Common Causes Of Falls In The Elderly (& How To Mitigate Them)

The Most Common Causes of Falls in the Elderly (& How to Mitigate Them)

Did you know that falls are the leading cause of injury, hospital visits, and death among the elderly? In fact, studies show that one of every four Americans over age 65 fall every year. While falling itself is concerning, seniors…

4 Benefits Of Compression Socks For Seniors

4 Benefits of Compression Socks for Seniors

Aging is an inevitable component of life we all must face, whether it is our own or taking care of an elderly friend or loved one. With age comes a decline in health and typically extra care is needed to…

What Are Common Types Of Advance Directives?

What are Common Types of Advance Directives?

If you are smartly preparing ahead of time for important and inevitable decisions in your older years, you will likely be involved in creating an advance directive. Advance directives are critical, medical-related components of financial and estate planning. However, confusion…

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