We all have a need to be connected during these times, especially Seniors. Smartphone use among Seniors increases each year. Fifty-nine percent of 65- to 69-year-olds and 31% of 75- to 79-year-olds now have and use Smartphones according to the Pew Research Center. Seniors are waking up to the realization there are many choices when it… Read More


Are you or one you love struggling with daily tasks, dressing, eating, or turning pages in a book? One of the most difficult components of the aging process is recognizing the effortless daily activities of the past are suddenly awkward and challenging. Confusion and frustration begin to be constant companions. Luckily, Occupational Therapy helps Seniors… Read More


“Grandparent” is inarguably one of life’s greatest titles. Grandparents are known to give unconditional love, offer a sense of connection and tradition, all while avoiding the serious aspects of parenting. Whether grandchildren are close or far away, COVID has changed the way we bond with them. Here are helpful tips to remain in touch and… Read More


Summer is finally here and most days you will be enjoying time outside. Seniors need to take extra precautions from the sun and heat during the long summer days due to changes in the skin from aging. The consequences of overexposure may be annoying to everyone, but aging skin is affected more severely. Help minimize… Read More


A diagnosis of diabetes is serious and becomes increasingly prevalent in older adults. The risk of developing Type 2 diabetes increases with age and is a genuine concern amongst Seniors. Here are facts for Seniors regarding diabetes, its prevention, and how to manage it. What is Diabetes? Diabetes occurs when the hormone insulin is no… Read More