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  • Honoring Memorial Day with Seniors

    In the excitement of summer’s unofficial arrival, it is easy to overlook what Memorial Day really is. Beyond the barbecues and neighborhood gatherings lies the real meaning of this day: remembrance. ... Read More
  • How Seniors Can Prepare for Gardening Season

    Gardening can be an excellent activity for seniors. Not only is it productive, but it also keeps one active and occupied for a few hours every day. Moreover, according to many psychologists, gardening ... Read More
  • Athletes of All Ages Aren’t Letting Parkinson’s Stop Them

    If your hobbies include sports and athleticism, it may feel as though there are few fates worse than Parkinson’s. But even though there’s currently no cure, that doesn’t mean there is no hope. With ... Read More
  • How You Can Help Seniors with Pets

    According to The Humane Society of the United States, it’s estimated that 65% of American households own a pet. There are approximately 163.6 million dogs and cats in American homes. It’s safe to say ... Read More
  • What’s Normal During Stroke Recovery?

    A stroke is a serious medical condition which can occur with little warning. Since it impacts in a vital organ, the brain, it’s no surprise that immediate medical attention is needed to prevent loss ... Read More