Reading as an Antidepressant Aging undoubtedly brings change. Friends die, family members move away, visits become fewer and feelings of isolation begin to take root. Physical barriers may limit travel and access to transportation…all of which may cause depression. When a Senior shows one or more symptoms of depression (increased negativity, lethargy, and feelings of… Read More


Keeping the lines of communication open during this time will become progressively more challenging. How you communicate with your loved one makes all the difference. Education is Key The more you understand how dementia affects your loved one the better communication will be. Various stages of memory loss require innovative approaches to have meaningful conversations… Read More


  Having your own vehicle means going where you want, whenever you want. The thought of hanging up the car keys permanently is not a potential reality many Seniors wish to take seriously. Often a serious scare or accident occurs to motivate leaving the driving to others. Age May Affect Your Driving No one believes… Read More


Time seems to move at a rapid speed. Just thinking of moving to a new home is worrisome, especially if you are an introverted Senior. Transitioning into a Senior Community appears to be a very unwelcome proposition to these solitary souls. Consider, however, the advantages. How Introverts See the World As a rule, introverts listen… Read More


Imagine learning it was no longer safe or comfortable to remain in a home of several decades. Many do not find this a challenge but instead an adventure. Here is an opportunity to meet new friends and a chance to discover a new lifestyle which could also be fun. Many Seniors, after living in their… Read More