Senior Independent Living
How Caregivers Find Joy in Every Day
When you have a caregiver’s heart, being a caregiver isn’t just a job, it’s a calling. There are many benefits to being a caregiver, but we think our caregivers say it best. Our caregivers come from a variety of backgrounds and experiences, but they all have some things in common, such as empathy, compassion and a desire to make a difference.
The 3G Network Is Going Away: What This Means for Seniors & Caregivers
There's been a lot of talk these days about the upcoming switch to 5G technology. The benefits include more reliable connections, better coverage, and higher call quality.
Ways for Seniors to Remain Socially Connected
There are many fun, low cost, and even some free group activities seniors can enjoy for every season. Here are a few ideas for healthy ways to continue social interaction well into one's later years.
Keeping Seniors Safe in the Bathroom
Bathrooms can be quite hazardous ─ especially for seniors. Bathrooms typically have slippery surfaces, and nothing dependable to grasp in order to prevent falls.
Cyber Security and Seniors: 5 Tips to Protect Your Senior Loved Ones
More seniors are spending time online than ever before. Technology can benefit seniors in so many ways – it can help them connect with loved ones, get essential goods and services without leaving their home, and provides opportunities to stay in contact with their communities. But being safe online is critical.
Seniors and Kitchen Safety: Tips for the "Heart of the Home"
What's considered a primary gathering place in the home can become a nightmare for seniors. People age 65 and older have a 2.5 times greater risk of dying in a kitchen fire than the general population. When's the last time you looked for potential hazards