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Seniors at Risk: Social Isolation and Loneliness

Social isolation and loneliness are both risk factors for poor aging outcomes. About 28 percent (13.8 million) of older Americans live alone but many are not lonely or socially isolated. While they may seem similar, they are two different challenges older adults face daily. So, what’s the difference? Social isolation is the lack of social…
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The Savvy Senior’s Strategy for Aging in Place

Most seniors want to age at home. Forbes Health states that 92% of older adults want to stay at home.  Through thoughtful planning, discussions with family, and active research into available resources, aging in place at home can be an attainable option. Is there a formula to successfully age in place? For those who want…
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5 Easy Intergenerational Day Trips

Summer will be here before you know it. Grandkids will be out of school and looking for fun things to do. If you take care of aging parents and have grandchildren visiting soon, your role of intergenerational social coordinator just got expanded! How do you keep everyone happy while not spending a fortune on afternoon…
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Staying Active in Your Senior Years

There are so many benefits of staying active in your senior years. From keeping the brain sharp to avoiding the risk of isolation, an engaged and active lifestyle is pivotal for healthy aging. If you are trying to keep busy or are caring for aging parents who need support in keeping active, keeping the calendar…
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