It is nothing short of a national tragedy; 45% of aging Americans are not financially able to meet their most basic needs.
Independent living for aging Americans should be an enjoyable, rewarding time of life. Aging in place is becoming particularly attractive to baby boomers who prefer the dignity and quality of life living at home while employing online resources (many of which are available in Spanish) to help them meet the needs of living safely, healthily, and happily.
It's easy to let a resolution get brushed under the rug, but it'll be a priority if it's something you're truly passionate about changing.
The holidays are a time for giving and thoughtfulness. Keep your loved ones in mind and help them have a wonderful holiday with you, however you are able to celebrate this year!
The holiday season is here. Senior living communities and long-term care facilities and their operators are struggling with the implications that 'holiday leave' could have on older adults' wellbeing in their care.
The Social Security Administration (SSA) publishes upcoming changes to its social security program every October that take effect on January 1 of the next year. It is good practice to create what is known as a "mySocial Security" account with the SSA here by clicking the "Create Your Account Today" button.
November is National Family Caregiver Support Month. Even if you are not a family caregiver, you probably know someone who is.
Thanksgiving provides the ideal setting for saying thank you and sharing experiences. To help you express your love and thanks this week, we have a few simple ideas that you can do for the seniors in your life.
Help your loved one to leverage digital technology and the internet to stay connected during the coronavirus pandemic. There is still hope and human connection available, and vulnerable and isolated seniors are in desperate need of both.
Voting is an important right that registered voters of all ages should be allowed to exercise without undue hardship.