Nutrition facts labels can be confusing. Here are some tips to help seniors and their loved ones know what is healthy to eat, serving sizes, and recommended daily allowances of important nutrients for older adults.
The wellness perks of senior living communities that have “community dogs” and being able to bring your pet (this would only be certain communities).
Scams have gotten very sophisticated in the electronic age, and it’s so easy for older adults to fall for them not because they’re gullible, but because the scams are so convincing. In this blog we look at some common scams against seniors and how to identify and avoid them.
Be educated before you tour a senior living community by knowing what to look for and what questions to ask.
For older adults, virtual meetings seemed to come out of nowhere! During the pandemic, Zoom, Facetime, and Skype gained enormous popularity as a way for families to stay connected while in quarantine. In this guide, we give a brief overview of how virtual calls work, what you need to have a virtual call, and how to find how-to guides for the major video calling apps.
Word games like Wordle can offer stress relief by taking the mind off of everyday thoughts. Wordle is also surprisingly social, because everyone is solving the same puzzle every day, and competition can arise over who solved it quickest. Other benefits of word games include keeping your mind sharp, and boosting self-esteem.