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Prioritizing Mental Wellness & Preventing Loneliness Among Seniors

Lonely. We’ve all felt it at different stages in our lives. Empty nesters lose their sense of purpose and long for the buzzy commotion when the kids leave for college. Children feel alone when they start a new school, or their “BFF” moves away. Fortunately, these feelings often dissipate as new pursuits, hobbies, and friends …

Family Caregivers: 6 Tips for a Healthy, Balanced Life in Your 60s

Did you know that the average age of a family caregiver to a sick or elderly loved one over age 65 is 63 years old? This group of Boomer-generation caregivers is also predominantly female (more than 70%) and finding themselves with fewer familial resources and opportunities to refuel physically and mentally. “This is a relatively …

It’s Never Too Late: Try These Healthy Aging Tips for Older Adults

Most of us want to age well and live a long life. And that’s increasingly possible:  Experts now say that there’s a lot we can do to boost our longevity and feel good, too. Research shows that making positive lifestyle choices at any age can make a big difference in our health. So what are …

How Much Care Does Your Loved One Need? Planning Ahead is Key.

Chances are, someone you know is aging and requires some supportive care. And if not now, maybe soon: about seven in 10 people turning age 65 today will need some type of long-term care services and supports in their later years—in their home, in the community, or in a residential facility, according to the federal …