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Most Recent Posts from October, 2015

  • How Senior Sports Leagues Benefit Older Adults

    There is no doubt that many senior citizens live very active lives. Entering the golden years and beyond, seniors have consistently proven that retirement is not a static experience, but one in which ... Read More
  • Common Misconceptions About Aging & the Seniors Who Defy the Stereotypes

    At first glance, the plague of ageism might not seem like a serious problem, but it actually contributes to a number of false assumptions about seniors and the aging process that can end up causing ... Read More
  • Seniors and Voting: Trends & Issues That Matter to Them

    As the race for President heats up again, we thought it would be interesting to take a look at the role our seniors play in elections. How do they vote? What motivates them to stay involved? How much ... Read More
  • What Depression Feels Like for Seniors & How to Overcome It

    The later years of our lives come with a variety of new challenges. As our senses deteriorate, medical problems begin to mount and our loved ones pass with increased frequency, many people become ... Read More
  • How to Cope: Helping an Elderly Parent After a Traumatic Brain Injury

    Traumatic brain injury, or TBI, may not be your first concern when caring for the older loved one in your life. Instead, heart disease, diabetes, and dementia are most likely what come to mind. ... Read More
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