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World Stroke Day

World Stroke Day

October 29th is World Stroke Day, and raising awareness is so important to saving lives. Knowing the signs of a stroke can benefit everyone. According to the CDC, stroke is the fifth leading cause of death in the United States and is a major cause of serious...
Walking – It’s Great For You!

Walking – It’s Great For You!

Sometimes the idea of engaging in rigorous physical activity can seem like a tall order. For those of us who are looking for a simple path to fitness, there is great news: it’s as easy as putting one foot in front of the other!  A regular brisk walk can lead to many...
Outdoor Activities for Seniors To Enjoy

Outdoor Activities for Seniors To Enjoy

Great weather is here, and we couldn’t be more ready to for it! From exploring beautiful gardens to heading out on the town, here is a list of activities for seniors to enjoy. Take a Stroll The health benefits of walking are pretty impressive. Through walking, you...
Everyday Strength Training For Seniors

Everyday Strength Training For Seniors

As we age, we sometimes have more difficulty navigating the world around us. Tasks that once seemed effortless—like stepping down a curb, rising from a chair, or traversing a crowded room—can be a bit daunting. One of the best ways to tackle this change is by building...
Get Social: Seniors Using Tech To Connect

Get Social: Seniors Using Tech To Connect

The cold weather months can be especially challenging. This can be especially hard for seniors who may not live near family or friends or are not able to get out as much as they used to. Don’t be discouraged. Thanks to technology you can stay connected. How?...