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


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


A body’s immune system is designed to protect itself against viruses, diseases, and infections but with age, your immune system weakens and becomes less efficient. The CoVid-19 pandemic emphasizes the importance of protecting yourself and those you love. Get started to boost Seniors’ immune systems by incorporating a few of the following tips. Wash Hands… Read More


Loss of muscle mass is fairly common in the aging process as activity decreases. However, there are techniques for Seniors to keep muscles active and operational. Four tips listed below are excellent suggestions from Bridge to Better Living for maintaining muscle strength. Proper Nutrition Protein is an important part of a Senior’s diet and essential… Read More


Days do appear longer for Senior Living Communities residents when visitors are not allowed. The CoVid-19 crisis in our country is currently facing emphasizes the need to discourage the mental effects of social distancing. Bridge to Better Living hopes the following suggestions for activities will help close the gap between Seniors and visitors who are… Read More