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Managing The Emotions That Come With Downsizing
Most older adults know a day will come when it’s time to downsize. Some people dread it. Others take it in stride as a necessary step to the lifestyle they want. Whichever way you look at it, downsizing — or rightsizing your life — can tug at your heartstrings and play with your emotions.
You're Never Too Old to Have a Hobby: The Best Retirement Hobbies
If you’ve retired from a full-time job, you suddenly have 40-60 hours of time previously filled with working, commuting and eating lunch with co-workers. Some retirees use their newfound time to check stuff off their to-do list. But after you’ve seen the sights, visited relatives, caught up on your reading list and got your house in order, what’s next?
Free Webinar - Dementia Conversations
This workshop offers tips on how to have honest and caring conversations with family members about the challenging and uncomfortable topics of going to the doctor, deciding when to stop driving, and making legal and financial plans.
How To Be a Long-Distance Caregiver to an Aging Parent
Long-distance caregiving comes with its own unique challenges, whether you live an hour, a state line or even an entire continent away. As a caregiver for a parent, you’re responsible for the decisions that impact both their life and your own.
The Importance of Inter-Generational Activities in Seniors
Many seniors across the country are experiencing the numerous health benefits of intergenerational activities and programs by participating in programs offered in their area. Senior living communities, in particular, can be a great resource for such opportunities because they understand the health and happiness they bring to both their residents and the youth.