Tips To Beat Your Senior Parent’s Loneliness

Is your aging parent lonely? Isolation and loneliness are widespread among our elders.  It may begin with the the loss of a spouse.  It may be compounded by physical decline such as loss of driving ability, decreased hearing or vision.  Friends pass away.  There are fewer opportunities for social engagement than in a younger day.
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The Positives of Growing Older

Other studies have also looked at the link between aging and happiness. They’ve found that as we get older, we become more trusting, and people who trust others are more likely to be happier.
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Red Flags to Look for During Holiday Visits With Seniors

According to a systematic review of literature on long-distance caregiving published in the Journal of Gerontological Social Work, between five and […]
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What Is Positive Aging?

“POSITIVE aging” is a term that describes feeling good about yourself, keeping fit and healthy, maintaining a positive attitude and […]
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What To Do When Our Aging Parents Won’t Take Our Advice

Our parents always asked that we listen to them, but what happens when they refuse to listen to us? Some […]
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How To Talk To Your Elderly Parents About Moving Into a Nursing Home

While the majority of older Americans are attracted to the idea of aging at home, according to the Department of […]
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Experimental Alzheimer’s Vaccine Test Cuts Dementia Cases

Researchers at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas said a new experimental Alzheimer’s disease vaccine showed promising […]
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10 Common Senior Health Issues

Getting older can seem daunting­—graying hair, wrinkles, forgetting where you parked the car. All jokes aside, aging can bring about […]
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Slowing Down The Aging Process

One method for handling age gracefully is to quit obsessing about data and measurements. We can drive ourselves crazy constantly […]
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