Monthly Archives: July 2022

The Benefits of Pet Therapy for Seniors Benefits of Pet Therapy for Seniors

In a world with cutting-edge technology and advanced healthcare practices, it’s easy to forget that simple things can have a big impact on our well-being. Pet therapy is one of those simple things that has been scientifically proven to have a positive impact on human health. In fact, did you know that animal therapy helps […]

World Lung Cancer Day Is Around the Corner Lung Cancer Day Is Around the Corner

World Lung Cancer Day (WLCD) is an annual awareness day dedicated to raising awareness of lung cancer and the importance of early diagnosis. In 2020, at least 1,796,144 people across the globe were estimated to die from lung cancer alone. In 2022, there has already been 609,360 projected deaths associated with lung cancer. That equals […]

Heads Up! Primary Elections Are August 23

OurSeniors are famous for being the most dependable voting bloc in America. Time after time, America’s seniors lead the league in voting turnout. All politicians know this, and they pay careful attention to the issues that concern seniors. Nowhere is this more important than in the state of Florida, the most senior state in the […]

How to Make Your Home Safe as You Age Without Having to Move to Make Your Home Safe for You as You Age Without Having to Move

For older adults, at least 60% of fall injuries happen in their homes. As you get older, things change, your mobility, your balance, and sometimes your ability to simply do things on your own. That doesn’t necessarily mean you have to move out of your home and into assisted living.  Of course, this will greatly […]

Is the Current Economy Affecting Your IRA?

We are just a little over halfway through 2022 and many are concerned about preparing for and protecting their IRAs (individual retirement accounts). Questions about the bear and bull markets are abound but most regular folks would like their money to work on its own without having to deal with financial decisions that put unwanted […]

Why Hearing Aids Could Save Your Life!

It’s common knowledge by now that there’s a correlation between hearing loss and its direct negative impact on one’s overall health. Communication troubles, isolation, depression, fatigue, risk of falls and cognitive decline have a higher occurrence in seniors with hear hearing loss. That’s something you may have already read about. But one thing you might […]

RVing as a Senior: What to Know and How to Start

Did you know that 60% of people say that they are the happiest when they’re on vacation? Oftentimes that feeling of happiness is associated with both the need to have and the potential access to adventure. Vacations give people the feeling that they have the freedom to do what they want regardless of time of […]