Is it the time of evening when television is most watched? Would you consider it the best time of your life? Or could it be the best time to be active if there was an opportunity to be active? A common question heard when touring a new community is “what activities are offered?” Bingo? Plenty… Read More


We may not be as agile as we’d like to be. Medical and physical issues may prevent us from activities we did with ease only a few short years ago. At the same time, research clearly reveals the importance of staying physically and mentally active in your senior years. There are plenty of activities that… Read More


Although the Alzheimer’s Association currently reports over 5 million people nationwide who are living with the condition not everyone experiencing symptoms report them. This means the number of people living with Alzheimer’s and Dementia is most likely higher than documented.   There are many different types of Dementia with 60 -80% having a type of… Read More


Medical and physical issues may disallow activities once performed with ease. Research reveals the importance of staying physically and mentally active in our Senior years. Here is a listing of activities both enjoyable, healthy, and safe for Seniors of all ability levels.   Stretching – Keep the body’s muscles in good shape. Muscle flexibility is… Read More


Although the Alzheimer’s Association currently reports that over 5 million people nationwide are living with the condition, not everyone experiencing symptoms reports them. This means the numbers of people living with Alzheimer’s and dementia is most likely much higher than documented.   There are at least ten different types of dementia. Of these, Alzheimer’s disease… Read More