Keeping Your Brain Healthy With Age

The brain is one of the most important organs in our bodies. It controls our thinking, learning, speech and emotions, also allowing us to feel and store memories. Our ability to recall favorite memories keep us connected to the people and places that matter most to us. As we age, our brains begin to shrink…

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How Stress Can Lead to Chronic Disease Development

Stress is our body’s reaction to life experiences, which can manifest as physical, mental or emotional tension. During the current pandemic, nearly 80 percent of adults say COVID-19 is a “significant source of stress”, per the American Psychological Association. Stress among seniors can be particularly overwhelming and contribute to the development of chronic diseases. Here…

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Smartphone Safety Tips for Seniors

Smartphones can make everyday life easier for people of all ages. These devices provide an easy way to communicate, store fun memories and look up information. Now more than ever, smartphones are created to be user-friendly, making them more desirable for seniors. For older individuals looking to upgrade or purchase their first smartphone, it’s important…

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COVID-19 Vaccine: Answers to Your Questions

Get the Facts on the COVID-19 Vaccine We’re sharing this presentation from AMDA – The Society for Post-Acute and Long-Term Care Medicine, to help our residents, staff and their families make educated decisions. Click Below to Download Presentation For additional FAQs from The Society for Post-Acute and Long-Term Care Medicine, please click here.

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