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Second Career: How Seniors can help Start UpsJuly 18, 2019

In days past, the older generation was revered and their advice solicited. Nowadays, youngsters view senior citizens as out of date with technology and current trends. They couldn’t be more mistaken. The seniors have far more experience and information than any of these youngsters.

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What is Transitional care? And why is it important?July 5, 2019

Often, after a surgery or a serious illness, the recovering patient may be ready to be discharged from a hospital, but may need medical monitoring before going home. Transition care acts as a stepping stone and offers a short-term rehabilitation stay that helps transition the person and their family into the change slowly and with ease.

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Retirement- The perfect time to enjoy life!June 20, 2019

People who have been working all their lives and are used to a hectic lifestyle get worried as retirement looms around the corner. You shouldn’t fear retirement but welcome it with open arms. It is time to hang up your shoes and enjoy life.

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Insomnia and the seniorJune 13, 2019

Sleep time varies from one person to another, but on an average an adult requires about 8 hours of sleep per night. This is true of the elderly too. But, this is not a hard and fast rule as some people require less sleep. What is of importance is that they wake up refreshed and rested.

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Is it time your senior gave up the wheel?May 16, 2019

There comes a time in a senior’s life when they have to give up driving. Most elders resist giving up the wheel for as long as possible. This may not be in their best interest or in the interest of other people on the road. The elderly tend to get very defensive whentheir driving ability or skill is questioned. So, the discussion about if and why they should stop driving has to be done in a diplomatic way that will not upset them.

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Encourage your senior to stay youngMay 3, 2019

We read a lot about how important it is to eat right, to exercise and maintain a healthy lifestyle as one ages. But, why is it that people always talk about exercising the body and not the mind? It is equally important to keep the brain active as onegrows older as this will not only help the elderly think and feel young but will also help keep age related mental issues at bay.

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