Authored by Libby Howell, a.k.a. “Gamma,” Grandparent.info There has never been a more important time to take care of your own health. The Annals of Internal Medicine found seniors who exercise spend 25 percent less time with an injury or disability. Doctors and researchers agree that taking the time to stretch your muscles and move […]
Adjusting to life in a wheelchair can be difficult for seniors, but focusing on what you can do, not on what you can’t, can make it easier. Find out more.
Written by Maurice Muise of SeniorsMobility.org As people get older, it is important to take steps to meet their changing needs. In the case of the elderly who wish to “age in place”, this can mean modifications to make their home safer. Elderly individuals may not have the same strength, dexterity, reflexes, and balance as […]
Authored by Holly Klamer Being able to concentrate and direct your mental effort onto a task is critical for learning and achieving goals. But in today’s constantly connected world, concentrating and staying on task can often be difficult – especially if you have suffered a brain injury in the past or have any mental health […]
Authored by Steve Howard Reading this probably means you may be thinking about estate planning, but you now need to take the next step by actually doing it. Only about 40% of adults have a will or a trust, which means they do not have control over the distribution of their estates or end-of-life decisions. […]