46 articles written by : Michele Trice

Life in senior communities is full of opportunities to be active. If you feel like you’re tired of your usual activities, Seniorly has plenty of great ideas for new ways for you to stretch your wings and your legs. Life in senior communities is full of opportunities to be active. If you feel like...
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Respite care is an important aspect of elder care. It can assist with short-term care after a hos...

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It is inarguable that staying active – mentally, physically, and socially – is vitally important ...

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Most people, at some point in life, will know someone who uses hospice care. Whether that person ...

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Most everyone has heard of a stroke, but there are a lot of mistaken perceptions of what a stroke...

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Everyone is excited about the holidays. Aren’t they? Everyone is excited about the holidays. Aren...

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As the holidays draw near, people are seeking volunteer opportunities that will allow them to giv...

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Holiday breaks are an ideal time for grandparents and grandchildren to spend time together. Holid...

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You’ve seen them – the Hallmark cards, the silly posters and the memes about aging. They aren’t v...

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Holiday cheer and happiness are encouraged in songs and advertisements during this time of year. ...

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The holidays are just around the corner, so it’s time to start planning that perfect gift for you...

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One of the most vital components of elder care is often overlooked. Respite care is integral to s...

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It’s no secret that engaging your mind and keeping your brain active and stimulated can help ward...

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Research is showing that engaging the senses in individuals with dementia and Alzheimer’s produce...

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Research is showing that engaging the senses for individuals with Dementia and Alzheimer’s produc...

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