1/7/2019 10:56:01 AM
• Go to a movie, take a spa day or do other activities you normally enjoy.
• Get out in the sunlight or brightly lit spaces, especially early in the day.
• Spend time with positive people. Avoid Negative Nellie and all her friends.
• Read those... Read More..
1/7/2019 10:46:33 AM
We are at the onset of what can prove to be a most difficult time of year – especially for seniors who are more sensitive to the cold and for those living alone. With holiday festivities behind us and winter upon us, many will suffer from what some c... Read More..
12/5/2018 9:55:39 AM
National Hand Washing Awareness Week Dec 3 rd – 9 th
Maintaining good hand hygiene is an effective way to help stop the spread of germs and illness. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, hand washing is one of the be... Read More..
10/30/2018 2:33:07 PM
Health literacy is the degree to which individuals have the capacity to obtain, process, and understand basic healthcare information which leads to the ability to make appropriate healthcare decisions.
Many people, and not just those with limite... Read More..
9/20/2018 2:07:09 PM
1. Move to Improve
Your best strategy is to keep it moving! Gentle exercise helps to reduce falls because it builds strength and improves coordination and flexibility. When you avoid physical activity because you are afraid of falling, you actu... Read More..
9/20/2018 2:13:43 PM
The older you get, the more likely you are to take a tumble. It’s one of those unpleasant truths about aging. The likelihood of a fall increases with the physical changes and common healthcare challenges associated with growing older.
Consider i... Read More..
9/4/2018 2:17:14 PM
What’s eating up all my cell phone data?
A: Occasionally we have some folks who struggle with staying under their data cap either on their work phone or personal phone. The number one killer of data is video. Watching on... Read More..
8/22/2018 9:51:22 AM
Summer is winding down but UV rays and heat may still pose a danger for seniors. Below are five precautionary steps seniors can take to improve their safety during the
remainder of the warmer temperatures.
1. Stay Hydrated: Drink 6 to 8 glasses... Read More..
7/13/2018 11:40:24 AM
It’s official! We are now in the midst of the dog days of summer.
This year the dog days commence on Sunday, July 22 nd and end on Thursday, August 23 rd .
After being cooped up all winter, it’s tempting to spend as much time as possib... Read More..
7/2/2018 9:36:54 AM
Seniors and the elderly are more susceptible to dehydration than their younger selves for a variety of reasons. Aging brings a reduction in our body’s ability to conserve water and also a diminished thirst mechanism. Medical conditions and certain me... Read More..