Aging and the common ailments that come with it are things we all learn to accept or work with to the best of your abilities. But what if you or a loved one is diagnosed with a progressive disease such as Alzheimer’s? How do you explain it to children, grandchildren and other family and friends? What do you do to prepare for the inevitable future this disease brings?… Read More
Who says posts, texts and tweets are for millennials only? In a modern world filled with 24/7 access to anyone with an internet connection, we no longer have an excuse not to keep in touch – especially with those close to us.… Read More
The IRS defines a “senior” as someone who is age 65 or older. If you fit this bill, you may be able to save some money on your taxes by deducting “senior eligible” items and services as well as receiving credit if you fit specific profiles.… Read More
February is American Heart Month. While it’s important to take care of your heart–and body–throughout your lifetime, it is even more vital for seniors.
Winter can be a tough time for seniors to stay healthy. Cold, icy weather can prohibit you from being active outside, even going for a short walk. Illness is more prevalent this time of year, and seniors with a weakened immune system may more easily contract colds and flu.… Read More