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Category: Phoenix, AZ

Falls continue to be the leading cause of accidents and fatalities among adults over 65. Seniors are more likely to suffer orthopedic injuries, including broken bones and skull fractures.  Why We Fall As We Age The risk of injury or falling increases as we age because of decreased physical activity...

Category: Downtown Mesa, AZ

According to a Pew Research Center survey conducted in October 2021, 59% of adults in their 50’s and 83% of adults 60 or older are “sandwiched” between an aging parent and an adult child they’ve helped financially.

Category: East Mesa, AZ

As our elderly loved ones age, it’s important to make sure they have a structured and engaging daily schedule to keep them active, healthy, and happy. This can be especially important for caregivers, who may be responsible for managing the schedule of their elderly parent. In this blog post, we’ll...

Category: Glendale, AZ

As we age, our bodies go through various changes that can lead to the development of chronic medical conditions. These conditions can significantly impact our quality of life and overall well-being. While it is important to address all chronic medical conditions, it is particularly important to be aware of those...

Category: Sun City West, AZ

As we age, it’s not uncommon for our eyesight to deteriorate. This can be especially challenging for seniors with conditions like macular degeneration, which can cause vision loss in the center of the visual field. If you or a loved one is struggling with bad eyesight, finding the right reading...

Category: Lindon, UT

Socialization is crucial for seniors. We feel more positive about ourselves when we form healthy relationships and human connections. A social life that is active benefits not just our emotional well-being, but also our mental and physical health. Social changes occur as we age but socialization is particularly beneficial for...
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