End-of-Life Document Planning

Document Checklist   Living Will A living will is one of the most common and necessary end-of-life documents. It is an advance directive that details your desires regarding medical treatment if you are no longer able to communicate your own wishes.   It is...

Downsizing for Seniors

Is it time for you to downsize? Are you feeling emotional about it? It’s normal to feel stressed and emotional when downsizing, especially if you have lived in the same place for a long time.   These Nine Tips May Make the Process Less Daunting   1 Create a...

Activities for Seniors with Dementia

It’s important to find activities that are engaging and geared toward your or your loved one’s individual needs. One senior might find an activity inviting, while another may find it boring.   Activities for seniors with dementia should be: Structured Purposeful...

Technology Tips for Seniors

    Many seniors struggle with the idea of new technology — let alone trying to learn it. A recent study found that seniors tend to only try to use technology if they feel it adds value to their life. Whether that’s because they feel that certain...

Appetite Loss in Older Adults

Why do older adults lose their appetite? How do you know if nutrition needs are met? And most importantly, what can you do about it?   Is Loss of Appetite in Elderly Individuals a Cause for Concern?   In some cases, loss of appetite in elderly adults is...
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