Hartford HealthCare urologist Dr. Stuart Kesler with the basics on prostate cancer
Tips for Seniors: The Benefits of Dance for the Elderly
I recently ran into two good friends of mine, an older couple who had moved away from the cold Idaho winters to the warmth of Arizona. I asked about their move, as they told me they now lived farther away …
Exercise Tips for Seniors
Exercise Tips for Seniors Follow these tips to start - and maintain - a safe exercise program. 1. Get medical clearance. Before you start exercising, visit
6 Essential Alzheimer’s Care Tips
Caring for a senior w/ Alzheimer’s or dementia is tough. Find out how these 6 essential Alzheimer's care tips & resources make life easier & reduce stress.
What Are the 7 Stages of Alzheimer’s Disease?
Learn about the seven stages of Alzheimer's disease from the beginning of the illness through its end.
What it Means to be a Hospice Volunteer
by Nicole Romansata “And in the end, it's not the years in your life that count. It's the life in your years.” Abraham Lincoln It is always interesting to note how people will react when you tell them that you are a hospice volunteer. Many of us who choose this work have experienced c
Five Essential Tips for Aging Well and Happily
We all get older, but we don't have to feel old. Maintaining the right attitude about aging well can help us stay young at heart.
Tips for Visiting Someone on Hospice
VITAS Healthcare shares tips on visiting someone who is in hospice care. Learn how you can offer support when visiting a loved one in hospice.
How to Pay for Assisted Living
How do you pay for assisted living? Explore 9 creative options you may not have thought of yet including VA Benefits, Insurance, Reverse Mortgage, or Medicaid.
Memory Loss & 10 Early Signs of Alzheimer’s
Memory loss that disrupts daily life may be a symptom of Alzheimer's. Learn the 10 early signs of Alzheimer's and what to do if you notice them.
Why Aging at Home Is Getting Easier for Some Families
A new report says that most Medicaid spending for caregiving is now on home and community care rather than nursing homes. That's a welcome change for many.