National Senior Independence Month

Independence is what we crave from the first time we go someplace without our parents to getting our drivers license. It is one way we mark milestones in our lives. As we age, the milestones are less exciting and can signal a decline of independence. Below are some ways to maintain independence as we or … Continued

What Is Dementia? Types, Symptoms, and Management

Dementia is defined by the National Institute of Health as: the loss of cognitive functioning (thinking, remembering, reasoning and behavioral abilities) to such an extent that it interferes with a person’s daily life and activities. These functions can include: memory, language skills, visual perception, problem solving, self-management, the ability to focus or pay attention, and … Continued

Helping Seniors Embrace Technology

Technology, is something we use in our daily life, but when it comes to the aging population the stereotype remains that they avoid technology or are uncomfortable using it. But that stereotype is being challenged. According to the AARP 91 percent of those that are over 50 report using a computer and 94 percent use … Continued

Scams – New Protection for Seniors

In our modern age, scams are not a new concept. Its simple to believe that we can easily navigate and ignore scams but our most vulnerable are at risk. Those with cognitive decline and elderly are some of the most vulnerable. Many times, they are also with the most to loose. We need to find … Continued