Blog - November 2016


A Good Caregiver is a Healthy Caregiver

Posted on November 16, 2016 in Active Aging, Health and Wellness, Home Care, Hospice

The deeply personal responsibility of caring for a loved one with a devastating disease constitutes a "labor of love," but caregiving can take a severe emotional and physical toll on those providing it.

Easy tips for smart snacking

Posted on November 15, 2016 in Active Aging, Health and Wellness

Today, whether young or old, snacks are a big part of our regular eating habits. In fact, a whopping 92 percent of us snack sometime during the day or evening.

Flying South for the Winter? More Adults 50+ Heading South of the Border

Posted on November 14, 2016 in Active Aging, In The News

With 99% of Americans age 50 and older traveling for fun and spending roughly $125 billion on leisure travel, it is no wonder Boomers are using their vacation days to travel south of the border and domestically, according to AARP’s new 2017 Travel Trends survey released today. 

Blog - October 2016


Preventing Falls One Step at a Time

Posted on October 24, 2016 in Active Aging

Falling is not a normal part of aging, and most falls can be prevented. By knowing and managing your risk factors, you can live a full and active life free of the fear of falling.

Blog - September 2016


Tips for Starting the Conversation with Mom or Dad about the Next Chapter

Posted on September 13, 2016 in Active Aging

While mom and dad may have worked hard all their lives with plans of enjoying retirement, their ideas of what that life will be like may be a little vague and highly flexible. Even if they have a vague idea of where their lives are going after retirement, they may have forgotten to clue you in. The best way to learn about future plans for your parents is to sit down and have the talk: where is the best place to live in retirement?