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


Ten percent of the U.S. population has been diagnosed with diabetes, not including those who have been identified as pre-diabetic. This disease is non-discriminatory and affects all social, economic and ethnic backgrounds. March 23rd is designated as Diabetes Alert Day. Understand risks for this disease and learn how to address symptoms or seek treatment. DIABETES… Read More


It is no surprise Seniors have become the prime targets for elder scams. They are often left feeling helpless, confused, and embarrassed after being tricked by total strangers. It is important to recognize the most common types of elderly scams and learn how you and your loved ones may avoid becoming victims of scam artists.… 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


Many Seniors choose to stay indoors and avoid chilly weather in the Fall. However, boredom may result in a short period of time. Bridge to Better Living has put together a list of Fall activities for Seniors at every level of mobility or skill. Why? Because Fall is one of our favorite seasons too! Put… Read More