A New Year’s resolution doesn’t always require a year-long commitment. Consider a goal you would like to accomplish and break it into smaller, more achievable steps within a reasonable timeframe. New Year’s resolutions should build, not break, your confidence.… Read More


Differences in smell and taste have an enormous impact on food choices. Stomach issues may lead to avoiding certain foods. Taking care of ourselves is important to minimalize nutritional deficiencies, dehydration or malnutrition, all issues impacting the older adult.… Read More


  Try one of the following to increase your mental strength.   Dance the Night Away! Or the morning or afternoon for that matter! Dancing is enjoyable and even with two left feet the benefits of dancing are well worth the effort. Little energy is needed to do the Jitterbug, Funky Chicken or line dancing.… Read More


As we age our bodies lose and create bone tissue at the same time. In theory every decade a body’s skeleton is entirely replaced with new tissue.   Bones stay healthy and strong when resorption and creation of bone tissue is balanced. Without this equilibrium osteoporosis occurs. Bone loss may be lessened with regular exercise… Read More