Today you feel terrific, full of energy and gusto… tomorrow? We often forget our health may change with a blink of an eye. It is important for Seniors to remember the seriousness of regular health checkups. Retirees may joke about social calendars filled with medical appointments but with age, bodies require more care. A healthy… Read More


Grandparents are important… important enough to have a day, September 12th   this year, dedicated to them. Are grandparents a large portion of the population? Ten years ago, the census revealed 2.7 million grandparents provided a grandchild’s basic needs; imagine what the 2020 census will show. Grandparenting allows more time to spend with growing youngsters than… Read More


Senior falls represent some of the greatest fears for the older population. According to the Center for Disease Control one in four of those over 65 fall each year and only half tell their doctor. Other revealing yearly CDC statistics show: 20% of falls result in serious injury 3 million falls are treated in emergency… 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


Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month is this June and when the “Longest Day” (www.alz.org) Fundraising Event is held. The facts and myths of this disease are highlighted in June and healthy brain activities are encouraged. Today fifty million people are living with Alzheimer’s or another form of Dementia. Alzheimer’s Disease Four hundred or more types… Read More