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Getting Old Isn't Easy

Let's face it, getting older has its challenges. As Bette Davis put it, "Growing old isn't for sissies." And while we can't stop the aging process, knowledge is the key to make our golden years truly golden. To help seniors and their families make the most of their time together, we have developed this aging resource center filled with guides, tips, and advice related to the aging process.

Understanding Brain Plasticity

Known as brain plasticity, it is now well established that the brain has the ability to change throughout one’s life, making new connections between cells.

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Stroke Part 1- What You Need to Know

Stroke is the fifth leading cause of death in the United States. Each year, nearly 800,000 people will have a stroke. A stroke occurs when a blood clot prevents an . . .

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Stroke Part 2 - How to Prevent Stroke

Stroke is preventable. It is estimated that up to 80% of all strokes could be prevented by making healthy lifestyle changes and working with your , , ,

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Stroke Part 3 -  After a Stroke

If you have recently suffered a stroke, you are not alone. Nearly 800,000 people in the United States each year will have a stroke. The severity of . . .

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Necessary Legal Docs for Seniors

It is often more comfortable to have
conversations about your parents’ wishes about their end of life care early, when there is no urgency. Here are legal documents . . .

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Sugar Consumption & Senior Health

When seniors consume too much sugar, it increases their risk for high blood pressure, cholesterol, and obesity. All of these
conditions are risk factors for . . .

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Common Health Concerns for Seniors

While there is little one can do to prevent some diseases, many can be prevented, delayed, or minimized with a few healthy lifestyle changes.  

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Love of Learning & Happiness

A lifelong love of learning
is recognized as one of the most important qualities a person can possess. Lifelong learning opportunities keep your mind . . .

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Dementia 101: What You Need to Know

Too often as we age, our memories and cognitive function is robbed from us. Here are the basics you need to know about this disease.

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Music Therapy for Those with Dementia

Music Therapy has proven beneficial effects and patients with dementia are often described as "waking up" when they hear the sound of familiar music.

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Conversations with Aging Parents

Eventually the time comes for most of us to have some difficult conversations with our parents about aging. Here are some tips to help with these discussions.

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How to Prevent  In-Home Accidents

As we age, our homes can have hidden dangers. Learn about the leading causes of home injury and simple ways to imporve household safety.

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Exercise Protects Aging Brains

Research indicates that people who stayed physically active into old age tended to have larger brains than those who did not exercise.

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Pets Are Great Therapy for Seniors

Studies prove that people who are emotionally attached to an animal are more relaxed and are better able to cope with stress. Pet owners feel needed because . . .

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Three Dietary Tips to Promote Health

People of all ages struggle with resistance to healthy eating, and those battles only get worse as we get older. Think about all the reasons we “cheat” on our . . .

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Tips for Aging Gracefully

We all want to not only live longer, but also live better, staying healthy enough to continue doing the things we love. Inheriting good genes certainly helps, but . . .

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Tips for Choosing In-Home Care Provider

When choosing a care provider, there are a few essential requirements, and all reputable organizations will have . . .

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Understanding What Seniors Fear Most

It is often a difficult stage of life for aging adults and it requires compassion and understanding. Your parent may be struggling . . .

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Signs Your Parents Need In-Home Care

How can you know when it's time to seek in-home help for your aging parent? Here are a few signs to look for. . . .

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