Don’t let social distancing requirements shortchange your bonding time or the emotional enrichment of an experience. Here are some socially distant activities to try out.
While it’s fun to have a pet at any age, you’ll be surprised to know that having a dog as a senior adult has many benefits.
As someone who knits you won’t get arthritis or carpal tunnel syndrome directly from knitting, but it can be more difficult for those with those conditions.
These devices help those living with Parkinson’s disease to navigate everyday living activities that pose challenges to them.
If someone in your life who has survived, or is surviving cancer, here are four ways to show them your love and support.
It’s normal to feel stressed by the coronavirus crisis—stress actually helps us to navigate infection hazards responsibly, but chronic stress causes a wear-and-tear on your mental health that isn’t beneficial. Here are some tips to help you cope.
Experts at the Centers for Disease Control say it’s crucial for people ages 60 and up to follow through on vaccine recommendations (in some cases, the starting age is said to be 50).
With some creativity (and these helpful tips) you can turn this time of uncertainty into an opportunity to nurture your physical and mental health.
To help fill that void of social connection, we’ve made a list of six ways to feel less isolated – and in some instances – to make a real difference in your communities.
As you’re planning things to do with your grandchildren, consider how you can take your bonding experiences to the next level that will both deepen your relationship and build a sense of legacy.