Category Archives: Independent Living

4 Spring Activities for Seniors

If you are one of millions across the country who endured a harsh winter season, the warmth and beauty of spring is surely a welcome sight. In fact, the National Institute of Health says that, regardless of age or physical limitations, getting outside and taking in some fresh air and sunshine can improve cognitive function… Read More »

4 Things You Can Do To Make Your Heart Healthier

Did you know that your heart beats over 100,000 times per day?  Since the most important muscle in your body is working that hard for you, don’t you think you owe it a little TLC?  Here are five things you can do to make your heart happy. Pay attention to your diet You’ve heard this… Read More »

Tips For Making Healthy Food Choices As You Age

As you grow older you may find that, even though your diet has not changed, you are gaining weight or feeling sluggish.  Part of this has to do with the fact that your metabolism slows as you age. This means that, while your body may require an increase in specific nutrients to keep things running… Read More »

5 Ways for Seniors to Build New Friendships

Retirement is a wonderful thing!  Being afforded the time to see and do things you always wanted to do but never had the time for is extremely enjoyable and rewarding.  Part of retirement involves meeting new people and making new friends – and this can be challenging for some seniors.  Here are five ways you… Read More »