World Health Day, created by the First Health Assembly in 1948, is recognized today. This year, the 73rd anniversary of the World Health Organization asks leaders to encourage “building a fairer, healthier world.” The theme’s purpose is to monitor health inequities and promote every person’s right to good health. Seniors, unfortunately, experience more health complications… Read More


Seniors have a higher risk of suffering a stroke or heart attack as advancing age creates a natural thickening in the heart’s chamber walls. Increased stress or unusual physical activity in Seniors cause irregular heart rhythms as blood pressure rises. According to the American College of Cardiology “… 90% of stroke risk is due to… Read More


‘Tis the Season   We have been living with the challenges a pandemic brought to our world through most of 2020. Every Senior and their family have adapted to a new way of living and revisited memories of a simpler, more focused life enjoyed years ago. As 2020 comes to a close, Seniors and their… Read More


The onset of Winter brings thoughts of cozy sweaters, holiday gatherings, hot drinks, and … the risk of contracting the flu. This year a pandemic has introduced additional challenges. Senior Communities have been proactive and developed procedures intended to minimize any chance of residents becoming ill.. Because Seniors are at high risk it is crucial… Read More


As Seniors advance in age, additional medications may be prescribed to alleviate the new ailments and illnesses associated with the aging process. Medication management is a challenging task for older adults and caregivers. The management of multiple prescriptions is complex as drugs, generics, dosages, and methods of receiving them vary.   Medication management is crucial… Read More