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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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Feels Just Like the Classics: New Movies for Seniors

With over 600 movies being produced each year, it can be difficult to keep up with viewing all of them. That’s why so many seniors simply revert to watching the classics — the movies they are comfortable with. But, you’d be surprised how many of today’s films take inspiration from the movies of the past. If you like one classic, we’ll share the modern equivalents that will have even your grandkids sitting down to watch with you.

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How to Financially Prepare for Moving to a Senior Living Community

The financial responsibilities of transitioning into senior living do not have to be a surprise. A number of programs offer assistance and benefits, but finding and understanding them could be a challenge. Here are some things to consider before starting the next exciting chapter of your life.

Seniors Definitely Won’t Be Bored With These Board Games That Also Offer Health Benefits

Games may be very entertaining for seniors, their friends and their children and grandchildren, but they also have major health benefits such as relieving stress and combating memory loss and depression. Find out which games your senior loved one should own.

Winning In Life’s Game: Overcoming Challenges And Taking Opportunities In Your Golden Years

Reaching the golden years and retirement should be a time of joy where seniors can enjoy the fruits of their labor. Getting ready for this phase of life is crucial, though. Learn about the most common issues seniors face today and how you can help your loved one live a happy, healthy and long life.

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