Adjusting to living in a small apartment or single room can be challenging. It’s important to make the most of the small space. But particularly in large cities where space for anything is at a premium, small dwellings are something people of all ages and professions share in common. So how does one make that space feel larger, calming, and welcoming? Feng Shui may provide some ideas.… Read More
Our eyesight is so important. Eye health can become a greater concern as we age, given increased risk of diseases such as cataracts and macular degeneration. If detected early, an eye doctor can guide a person through steps to preserve your vision. Perhaps even more important would be avoiding these problems to begin with. As the saying goes, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. And it could be as simple as adjusting the foods we eat or the supplements we take.
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Navigating a long-term care policy can be daunting, especially when the need for financial assistance to help cope with a new or worsening condition arises with little warning. The policy could have been in place for years and what was known about it initially has been forgotten with the passage of time. Or, loved ones who weren’t familiar with the policy are now struggling to understand.
Every day, social media connects people from all walks of life, and all over the world. Particularly in these pandemic times, social media can be a social lifeline for people separated by quarantine. Particularly for seniors, social media may be the answer many are seeking for connection with family and loved ones both near and far.… Read More
The fun and camaraderie of Camp Ardenwoods continued all month as residents engaged in various activities sure to inspire that youthful summer camp feel. The spirit of competition continued with badge earning opportunities and “cabin” competitions. Residents of all abilities earned badges by participating in everything from lectures to art to baking to hiking!… Read More