What the Tech?
Make your “digital footprint” a part of your estate planning
Many of those 10,000 people have passed away! However, their families can’t take down their … Learn More “Make your digital footprint a part of your estate planning”
In a series of interviews with older adults in our community, we were disheartened to hear about feelings of isolation:
- “Those four walls
Older volunteers who are active and involved are essential to a healthy community; volunteerism extends and enhances life
The number of older adults in America is soaring, and will be for decades. By the year 2050, those 65+ will account … Learn More “Benefits of volunteering”
Embrace a new strategy to keep stress away
We all know what stress feels like: Your heart races, you feel sweaty or nauseated, your mind can’t stop thinking about possible (bad) outcomes. Alleviating stress and negativity can add years and … Learn More “April is Stress Awareness Month”
Protect yourself against scams
$36.5 billion – This is how much money adults over 60 lose annually to financial exploitation, according to a 2016 study done by True Link Financial. A big portion of this financial loss is at the … Learn More “Protect yourself against scams”
When Mom or Dad or another older relative needs help, the whole family is affected. Flexibility, availability and putting egos and family dynamics aside as much as possible are keys to successful caregiving – the kind that helps the individual … Learn More “Caregiving is a family affair”
Embrace your artistic tendencies and improve your heart health simultaneously.
Numerous studies claim stress can increase the risk for cardiovascular disease, but did you know that there might be a non-medical way to reduce this risk? While you should still … Learn More “(HE)ART Health”
by Jenni Hargrove
Finding balance in one’s life can be made easier through the use of mobile apps, keeping you informed and engaged but not tied to your computer.