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A Guide to Volunteering for Seniors
Feb05

A Guide to Volunteering for Seniors

Many seniors find that as they age, they have even more to give back to their community. Whether this is because they have more time after retiring or simply thanks to their wealth of life experience, many seniors find that volunteering is a rewarding way to spend their time. Volunteering for seniors is a great way to do good and feel good and you can do it by yourself or as a couple. That said, with so many opportunities out there,...

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Soft Food Diet
Nov20

Soft Food Diet

Many seniors choose to switch to a soft food diet for a variety of reasons. It can be challenging to get the nutrition you need, while still enjoying your favorite foods. Soft food diets can be particularly difficult around the holiday season. Luckily, there are plenty of soft foods to eat during the holidays that will nourish your body and satisfy your holiday cravings. Check out our holiday favorites and find soft foods to eat year...

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Trick-or-Treat: Halloween Activities for Senior Citizens
Oct27

Trick-or-Treat: Halloween Activities for Senior Citizens

As the weather gets colder and the leaves start falling, all of the tell-tale signs point to the beginning of fall! October is coming to an end, and Halloween season is creeping up on us. For those of you who are excited about this holiday, we have a variety of Halloween activities for senior citizens that you can do with your family and friends. Whether you will be celebrating Halloween or not, it is also important to keep a few tips...

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Activities For Seniors With Dementia
Oct17

Activities For Seniors With Dementia

Dementia can often cause seniors to withdraw from friends, family, and activities. While there is no cure for dementia, there are numerous things that you or your loved one can to do to treat the symptoms or slow down the process. According to the Alzheimer’s Association, Alzheimer’s accounts for 50-80% of dementia cases. While memory loss may start out mild in early stages, the disease worsens over time. Eventually, it can restrict a...

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Cold Weather Tips for Seniors
Oct13

Cold Weather Tips for Seniors

The leaves are changing, pumpkin flavored coffee is back, and the morning air is crisp. We are well into October, which means that Fall has officially arrived. With fall means cold weather is just around the corner. For some, the cold weather is already here! Regardless, with the winter months promising to come, now is the time to begin planning for those fridged January nights. While Winter brings unique hazards regardless of age,...

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