From sibling rivalry in childhood, to rowdy roommates in college, and your own family as an adult, living with others can be challenging. It can be especially difficult when you are in assisted living and have a roommate that is hard to handle.… Read More


Dehydration occurs when the outflow of water is more than the intake. A decrease in water content as we age is normal. Profuse sweating, loss of efficient kidney function and more urine output accentuate the need to hydrate more often. As we age our sense of thirst also decreases and there is a good chance we may become dehydrated with no sense of being thirsty.… Read More


Aging well is not only being aware of your diet but knowing the resources to help you have a continuing quality of life. Bridge to Better Living has the resources to assist you transition into Retirement Living. Contact us today for more information about our no-cost to the client service. Bridge to Better Living is all about YOU.… Read More


Your feet may feel as if they have travelled more than a few miles during their lifetime. SnowBrains.com confirms this by reporting “the average person with the usual stride living until 80 will walk a distance of around 110,000 miles,” an average of 7,500 steps daily or five long hikes around the equator. No wonder feet ache! Keeping them healthy, especially in the golden years, is important.… Read More


We helped our children with homework, kept them from eating too much junk, taught them manners, screened their friends and enforced curfew. Those were long days, and I don’t remember being very popular. We had a lot of responsibility. As grandparents, we may still do some of those things, but now we see it through… Read More