This honest and firsthand perspective can shed some valuable light on how best to care for seniors and ensure their continued safety and well-being amidst this (or any) crisis.
They’re some of the most heartwarming stories and images of this year so far: Families, friends and loved ones gathered outside the windows of beloved seniors, coming together to spread love and share words of encouragement.
These three (3), pointed questions may foretell a community’s ability to safeguard its residents and maintain superior lifestyle quality, even in emergency situations like we’re facing today with COVID-19.
As a company that has served seniors for nearly 30 years and is no stranger to emergency management, you can feel confident that our commitment to the health and safety of our residents and team members is paramount.
Independence, much like overall health, is a state of being that can be empowered, in part, by these conscious behaviors and choices.
Nothing against mansions and Mercedes, but research shows that the joy we derive from material things is fleeting and short-lived, while experiences are what really make for a more memorable and happy life.
Sure, eating more fruits and vegetables is a start, but to achieve more holistic health and happiness in the New Year, try pursuing all-around wellness using this advice from leading experts.
Don’t look now, but seniors—not millennials—are the fastest-growing segment of today’s workforce. Here’s how working longer is changing seniors’ lives, and why the workforce of the future is being re-engineered with seniors’ more prominent role in mind.
Outstanding culinary quality and impressive optionality leads the way as senior dining programs adapt to fit the demands and expectations of a new generation of seniors.
An all-around healthy lifestyle is the strongest defense against chronic diseases like cancer, heart disease, stroke, and diabetes. Here are 5 habits in particular that are critical for reducing overall risk…