Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month is this June and when the “Longest Day” (www.alz.org) Fundraising Event is held. The facts and myths of this disease are highlighted in June and healthy brain activities are encouraged. Today fifty million people are living with Alzheimer’s or another form of Dementia. Alzheimer’s Disease Four hundred or more types… Read More


Connection to the outside world and companionship has always been important to Seniors. A population suddenly thrown into isolation by the recent pandemic created a platform for technological use. Innovations began to bridge the gap between families and their loved ones while Seniors became the fastest-growing demographic on the internet. Social media has helped to… Read More


Medical professionals now have the technology to provide cares to those who find it difficult to access care. Telemedicine (Telehealth), the most recent advancement in medical technology has grown in popularity as a response to the social restrictions of the 2020 Pandemic. Each state regulates and licenses the professionals integrating Telehealth. Federal and State legislatures… Read More


Often Nurses are the unsung heroes of the medical profession. Today, marks National Nurses Day, a day to recognize the important role nurses play in caring for the growing Senior population. A rapid rise in the age group of those over 65 demonstrates an increased need for nurses, especially in gerontology. Care and Treatment Expanded… Read More


A spouse who has provided a deep and profound love for many years is irreplaceable. Lifelong partners who have shared the joys and challenges of a long marriage grieve deeply after the death of a spouse. Although there are no substitutes for love, ways exist to help adjust after losing a spouse. Grieve Properly Process… Read More