Tag Archives: health

5 Healthy Things Seniors Can Do to Live Longer

While we cannot reverse the aging process, it is possible to make a few changes to your daily routine in order to ensure that you live healthier and longer lives. Here are some healthy ways that you can get into that can help you to live the longest, healthiest life possible. Continue reading

The Benefits of Journaling About Your Life as a Senior

Writing down your life’s story can be helpful to both you and your loved ones. There are several benefits to keeping track of your life in written form. Don’t worry if you’re not a writer; you don’t have to write a book. Keeping track of your daily life by documenting notes, photos, movie stubs, and other pieces of life’s little moments is enough. Continue reading

Having the ER Talk with Your Senior Loved One

However unlikely, it is always a good idea to be properly prepared for any emergency, such as an emergency room trip. In the event of a medical emergency, a quick response with as little trouble as possible is ideal. Here are some easy topics to focus on so you and your senior loved one can be better prepared, should a medical emergency ever arise. Continue reading

What is Long Term Care Insurance and How Can It Benefit Your Senior Mom?

According to the 2017 Genworth Cost of Care Survey, a private, one-bedroom, single occupant unit in an assisted living community costs a national average $45,000 per year. This cost includes 24-hour help as well as other amenities, such as meals, housekeeping, and medication assistance. Continue reading

Social Security Checks are Lower than Many Americans Expect, Survey Finds

Americans hoping to fund their post-work years on an average Social Security check of $1,410 a month may want to rethink their retirement savings plans.   Continue reading