The bathroom is the number-one site for falls among seniors. Here are 10 key ways to bolster your bathroom with safety measures.
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15 Minutes to Better Balance, Strength & Flexibility for Seniors
We’ve got 14 activities to help you improve your balance, build strength and increase coordination so you can reduce your risk of falls.
Designing a Home for Seniors with Alzheimer’s
There are many ways to modify the home that can help a loved one manage the challenges of Alzheimer’s better.
The Benefits of Yoga for Seniors
Experts confirm that, when practiced under the guidance of a qualified instructor, yoga is actually a great method of exercise that offers countless benefits for seniors.
Best Devices and Apps for Video Chatting with Seniors
If you are searching for the best video chatting devices and apps to help you stay in contact with your less tech-savvy and technology-shy senior loved one, here are our best recommendations.
Many of the risk factors for heart disease are within your control. In fact, with just a few simple lifestyle changes, you can reduce your risk–and improve your overall health.
One in four Americans age 65 or older experiences a fall each year and an older adult is seen in an emergency department for a fall every 11 seconds. Given these stats, should you be considering a fall detection system?
Social gerontologists view social engagement as a key component of “successful aging.” Try these five fun activities that key into senior sociability.
Medical alert systems are beneficial to anyone who likes the peace of mind that comes with having 24/7 emergency protection.
It’s free, it’s relatively easy and you can do it anytime, anywhere. Walking is pretty much the perfect exercise.