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Seniors and Volunteering: Benefits and Methods Available

There are many areas people look to as they attempt to stay active and purposeful in their lives with age, and one of these is the realm of volunteering. Volunteering your time to help others is often one of the most rewarding pursuits a person can take, and many...

Avoiding Winter “Blues”: Journaling, Laughter, Medical Care

In part one of this two-part blog series, we went over some of the ways both seniors and their caregivers can avoid any “blues” that sometimes come with the mid-winter time of year. While mood swings among many people are somewhat common, including at this...

Senior Vision Loss Signs and Prevention Methods

There are a number of conditions that become more likely and common as we get older, and one of these is vision loss. Vision issues tend to become more common and significant with age, but there are also ways to prepare for and even prevent certain forms of vision...

Timing Ogden Senior Living: Future Planning, Physical Themes

The move from a prior home into a senior living community of any kind won’t always be easy, both in terms of the actual details themselves and planning the ideal time. Sometimes there’s no “right time” for someone to move out of a home...

Managing Anosognosia in Alzheimer’s Patients

Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia are difficult conditions for both the sufferer and family members to deal with, both due to their initial complications and others that may arise. One additional complication involved with this and other disease —...