Shedding Light on Seasonal Affective Disorder
New year! New beginnings! Same old cold, gray weather and long winter nights. While a new year heralds fresh hope and various resolutions for a new, improved self, most of…
Seniors Are Alive and Well: Laying the Ageist Myths to Rest
Almost as regretful as the recent death of the beloved entertainer Betty White was the fact that the active, whip-sharp senior was less than a month shy of her 100th…
Taking a Good Look at Age-Related Vision Problems
Susan was a happily retired 80-year-old, actively volunteering her time and talents in myriad ways. She was a trusted, supportive friend to many, often chauffeuring those younger than she here…
Demystifying Medicare: A Guide to the ABC’s (and D)
Medicare is certainly complicated! This post explores Lisa Holloway's presentation on the matter.
Read the Signs: Does Your Aging Loved One Need Help?
The holidays are approaching. For many of us, that means more time with family. We may notice changes in our elderly loved ones that bare the need for attention and consideration.
Don’t Turn a Deaf Ear on Hearing Loss
In addition to physical and functional complications, hearing loss can introduce significant social and emotional challenges, particularly among the elderly.
How to Help a Senior Struggling with Depression
One might assume that living to a ripe old age would be a rite of passage of sorts, a celebratory milestone marked by decades of experience, wisdom and longevity. For…
Going for the Green in a Red-Hot Housing Market
Gain valuable insight on the current post-COVID housing market. Let’s explore some key takeaways from his presentation, “Selling Your Home in Today’s Market.”
Where There’s a Will: Estate Planning Benefits You and Yours
What do Prince, Michael Jackson, Aretha Franklin, Bob Marley, Jimi Hendrix, and Kurt Cobain all have in common. None of them had a will.