Fifty Million Americans suffer from Osteoarthritis, a chronic degenerative disease where cartilage between joints deteriorates over time and causes bone to rub against bone. Sound painful? Yes, it is, and this loss of flexibility often decreases the range of motion. Osteoarthritis could lead to a complete loss of movement in the affected joint and result… Read More


Active Seniors have a higher quality of life than those who are sedentary and unengaged. Activities for bodies and minds are not only good for your health but keep you interesting and interested. Volunteer Opportunities for volunteering are endless. Volunteer activities may engage physical strength such as walking dogs at a shelter or be calming… 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


When thinking about retirement two common concerns are generally “Am I saving enough for retirement?” and “How much money will I actually need for retirement?” Financial security is always a major consideration but emotional security is equally important.… Read More


Time gives the appearance of both standing still and passing quickly. Even as mature adults we envision our parents as parents, not as individuals. Each person has a story to tell. Following generations will value knowing the people who were a part of the formation of their family and identity.… Read More