Visit regularly if you have a loved one as a resident and offer new interaction. Enjoy time together and maintain a positive approach. If you’re uncertain about how to adapt to their new lifestyle, here are tips to consider and activities to do with your loved one in Long-Term care. Remember, it is not unusual… Read More


A younger person may have easily found new friendships in school, work or through mutual family and friends. Retirement brings a different approach. However, a positive attitude toward friendship generally results in a long, happy and healthy retirement, one surrounded by friends. Local Clubs One way to find new friends is by joining a local… Read More


An ongoing connection with others to establish meaningful relationships with a community and others is important. Engaging in social activities seems to be a natural occurrence in younger years but older adults living alone face unique social challenges, some leading to health issues. it is important to identify the sources and address them to avoid… Read More


Football season is definitely here. There is no denying boisterous shouts when a successful play is made or grimacing moans when the quarterback throws an incomplete pass. Former football players puff out their chests with bravado and both men and women rattle off players and statistics as if they have been part of the family… Read More


The benefits are endless. Retired Seniors take immense satisfaction in the time they now have to immerse themselves in a good book. Many who are visually impaired listen to audio books and visit with other bookworms. Joy is multiplied when able to share an interest in reading with others. Reading Benefits the Mind Books are… Read More