There are a few reasons why senior communities and pets go together. Dogs may be considered man’s best friend but let’s not forget cats, both of whom are popular with the older generation. Pets are particularly important in providing health benefits, both mental and physical. Senior Communities Who Welcome Pets Many Senior Communities welcome residents… Read More


When younger we may have promised ourselves a new car or an exciting vacation but as the years marched on our resolutions have become more realistic. Let’s look at some customary resolutions!… 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


Exercise is a better remedy and is imperative when coping with the discomfort of arthritis. How Exercise Helps Arthritis New research on Osteo-Arthritis (OA) shows exercise slows the damage OA causes and keeps joints healthy. Exercise is proven to be beneficial as a non-drug treatment for pain reduction. Patients who exercise report improvements in movement… 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