Throwing a Lifeline to Older Adults During Lockdowns

Throwing a Lifeline to Older Adults During Lockdowns

Isolated older adults are now using their TV as a bidirectional lifeline to engage family, friends, and care providers After the isolation imposed by COVID, forward-thinking care communities are doubling down on simplified social engagement strategies to end isolation...
How to Prevent Memory Loss in Older Adults

How to Prevent Memory Loss in Older Adults

Memory loss is one of the most common mental health issues affecting older adults and their independence. Lack of independence can consequently result in depression, stress, and social isolation. Maintaining the mind and its health is an extremely important aspect of...
“Ageist”: 3 Negative Stereotypes About Aging BUSTED

“Ageist”: 3 Negative Stereotypes About Aging BUSTED

Who do we picture when you think of a senior? Do we imagine someone with gray hair, bifocal glasses, outdated clothes, dentures, and a cane or walker? Do we associate this person with diminished mental or physical capabilities, simply because of their age?  If so,...