Sometimes you need a little extra assistance or recovery time after a hospital stay, illness, or injury before you can truly return to the comforts of home. Short-term rehabilitation for …Read More
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“And what is so rare as a day in June? / Then, if ever, come perfect days,” wrote poet James Russell Lowell. Indeed, there’s nothing more welcome after a long …Read More
Whether you relish driving as the key to your independence or tolerate it as a necessary evil, as the years rush by, you may find getting behind the wheel comes …Read More
If you’re a longtime pet owner, you already know your animal friends bring lots of joy. What you might not know is, your pet is probably doing much, much more …Read More
Learning is good for your brain. And that’s good news for older adults who worry about memory loss and cognitive changes that occur with age. Lifelong learning — continually learning …Read More
People in the U.S. are living longer than ever before — an average of 76.3 years for men and 81.2 years for women, according to a December 8, 2016 report …Read More
Consistent exercise has been shown to improve senior health, raise energy levels, reduce or manage illness and pain, relieve stress, and even reverse some of the effects of aging. With …Read More
While dementia and Alzheimer’s disease share many of the same characteristics, they are not one and the same. In fact, dementia isn’t actually a disease, but rather a collection of …Read More