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…
Mental health concerns across the senior and elderly populations are widely undiagnosed, but with upwards of 7 million seniors reportedly suffering in silence and solitude, it’s time to identify—and take steps to reverse
Throughout the month of September, we’ll identify different ways to promote healthier aging, with the hope that the ongoing discussion will empower you to make some meaningful, positive changes in your own life.
Keep yourself mentally sharp by participating in activities that are new and challenging. Here are some fun ways to improve your memory, mood, and focus!
Alzheimer’s is a devastating disease that mostly affects the elderly, but people can get early onset Alzheimer’s as early as in their 30s. In the midst of the painfulness of facing the realities of Alzheimer’s, there is some good news.
Music has been used over time for many different things: to express love and affection, prepare an army for war, tell a story, and more.
If you are like most people, you read about the importance of brain health no matter the age, but as you get older, getting the proper nutrients for your brain will in turn help your overall health.
It is completely normal for people to experience memory lapses as they age but it is possible to help reduce those lapses with several simple and easy steps.