Summer is finally here and most days you will be enjoying time outside. Seniors need to take extra precautions from the sun and heat during the long summer days due to changes in the skin from aging. The consequences of overexposure may be annoying to everyone, but aging skin is affected more severely. Help minimize… Read More


The ability to remember a string of events, people, or facts may begin to fade with advancing age. Many Seniors experience increased forgetfulness or difficulty following directions but is this a concern for a more serious issue such as Dementia or a natural aging process? What is Dementia? Dementia is defined as a chronic or… Read More


COVID-19 has caused many life changes, there is no doubt. Large gatherings, community-based activities, and unlimited visitation to our Seniors and loved ones are closely monitored or discouraged. Safe practices, face masks, and social distancing are now essential. These recommendations, made with health protection in mind, could additionally cause mental and emotional challenges, especially for… Read More


Have you ever woken up in the morning and thought “I think I will move to Assisted Living today!”? Probably not but the future is unpredictable and unavoidable. Someday you might find it necessary to choose an Assisted Living for you or your loved one’s needs. A Long-Term Care Insurance policy helps relieve any financial… Read More


Loss of muscle mass is fairly common in the aging process as activity decreases. However, there are techniques for Seniors to keep muscles active and operational. Four tips listed below are excellent suggestions from Bridge to Better Living for maintaining muscle strength. Proper Nutrition Protein is an important part of a Senior’s diet and essential… Read More