The month of January commemorates Quality of Life, feeling one is living at the highest possible physical, mental, emotional, and social level as they age. January is the month to begin reviewing relationships, health, finances, and personal happiness. Reflect on your life and the lives of your loved ones. Be certain the proper care and… Read More


The holidays are near and a sense of giving permeate the air. Now, especially, we remember loved ones, family and friend gatherings, bright Christmas lights, gift-giving, and the generosity of mankind. 2020, however, is different from the carefree holidays of past. Consider the following suggestions to be safe and healthy this holiday season.   Understand… Read More


Smartphone apps have now become common in the technological makeup of our worlds. There are apps for reminding us to drink water, help identify flora and fauna, organize finances, and even how to do our taxes. App abilities are endless; however, Seniors may feel challenged with an additional piece of technology. Bridge to Better Living… Read More


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


“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