Senior Living Blog

senior health

For those of us who welcome any new insights into how to fight the scourge of time, a new study from the University of British Columbia discovered that resistance training may at least slow brain aging.

senior health

As we age, it's more important than ever to educate ourselves about ways to stay healthy, physically and mentally. Here are some articles we've gathered from around the web to help you maintain your optimum state of being.

Alzheimer's and memory care update

The latest news and developments from around the world on this modern-day scourge that is impacting the lives of millions of people. Find out about research on the newest theories for curing and preventing this disease, along with the new thinking on memory care treatments and settings.

senior living blog

A weekly summary of articles about senior living, aging in place, retirement planning and senior health, designed to help you plan for the future and make the most of the best years of your life.

Senior travel and leisure update

Retirement is the best time in your life to enjoy travel and other activities you may never have found the time to do before. We've gathered some trips, tips and trends that will help you make the most of your leisure time.

home technology for seniors

If you're a senior interested in remaining in your home longer and aging in place, or the adult child of a senior who would like to know more information about your parents' well being without having to telephone constantly, you will be interested in this rundown of new home technologies.

Here are some resources that can educate and support caregivers on their journey.

Alzheimer’s disease a cure is coming

If someone in your family has been afflicted with Alzheimer’s disease, you know that a cure can’t come too quickly. Researchers have been fighting a losing battle for years, but now new developments are giving hope of not just preventing Alzheimer’s, but in some cases reversing its effects.

The future of home health care is inside you

Because most people want to spend their senior years at home rather than in a senior living community, and because there won’t be enough personal caregivers to support the health and well being of that population, a vast assortment of home health care technologies has emerged.

This senior living journey

I’m speaking to my fellow travelers here, the ever-expanding horde of aging baby boomers who are beginning to take the first steps on their senior living journey.