In the year 2020 countries were exposed to COVID-19, a virus responsible for the deaths of an estimated 3.4 million people worldwide. The only protection offered was wearing a mask, washing hands, and maintaining a social distance of 6 ft. Businesses closed, and families canceled celebrations. Senior Living Communities were faced with difficult decisions. Hand… Read More


As Seniors age, they often experience joint pain, less mobility, and the need for further assistance to prevent falling and support a better range of movement. Walking aids like a cane or walker allow Seniors to move when and how they want with independence and confidence. Dangers of Falling According to the CDC, one in… Read More


A freely volunteered smile has impacted all of us. Masks during the pandemic did make smiling a challenge, but acts of kindness did prevail in other ways. Seniors, more susceptible to periods of loneliness and depression, have benefitted exponentially from simple gestures of compassion. Kindness has changed lives in intervals of seconds or minutes. The… Read More


Snowbirds go South for the Winter, but how do Senior  “Sunbirds” handle Summer heat? Traveling to a more desirable climate is not always the answer and fewer options exist for Senior travel. Heat-related deaths have increased with the Center for Disease Control reporting 39% of heat-related deaths occurring in people over the age of 65.… Read More


In the 1960’s, the earliest members of the Baby Boomer generation, born between 1946 and 1964, were coming of age. The Gen X generation, born 1965 through 1980, was coming into being. The advent of cable television made it possible for the first time for Americans to witness Presidential and political assassinations, civil rights and… Read More