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Preserving History: How Seniors Can Share Their Stories with the Next Generation

Many seniors get so caught up in their daily routines that they forget to share their stories with their adult children and grandchildren. But every senior has a unique story to tell. From writing down memories to creating a video, here are some ways for seniors to record their thoughts for the next generation.

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National Safety Month is Here. Are You and Your Senior Prepared?

June is National Safety Month. From your home to your lifestyle, there are a number of ways seniors and their loved ones can be safer. Here are some tips and things to think about.

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National Date Your Mate Month: How Love and Remarriage Affect Seniors and Their Adult Children

Dating and remarrying later in life doesn’t necessarily get easier as you age. Here’s what seniors (and their adult children) should know as they’re considering remarrying or cohabitating.

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Connect, Create and Contribute! Older Americans Month Encourages You to Get Involved

May is Older Americans Month, and you can celebrate all 31 days with your friends, neighbors, family members, grandkids and all of your loved ones. From volunteering to promoting positive self-care, there are a variety of ways to pay tribute to this month’s theme: Connect, Create, Contribute.

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Senior Living vs. In-Home Care: What are the Benefits of Making A Move

Choosing whether to make the move to an Independent Living, Assisted Living or Memory Care community or hire an in-home caregiver takes consideration and a family effort. What are the benefits of each? Which option should you or your loved one choose? Here’s some expert guidance.

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