Category: Senior Mental Health

How Technology for Seniors Makes It Easier to Age in Place

“You are always free to choose what you do with your life. To make changes in your future, make new choices today.” – Brian Tracy Choosing where to reside in our older years is not always straightforward. Nearly all seniors would like to remain at home for a lifetime, but it is not without concerns. […]

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Broken Heart Syndrome and How to Help Those Who are Grieving

In his documentary about grief, George Shelley uses an analogy of glitter. Toss a handful of glitter into the air, and it’s going to settle into all of the crevices and cracks of the room, impossible to fully sweep up and remove. Individuals who have lost a loved one can relate. Like glitter, grief makes […]

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Why Making Friends as a Senior Is Important

If you have ever watched children at the park, you know how quickly friendships are formed. A small group might be playing tag, and a newcomer runs over with a breathless, “Can I play?” More often than not, the reply is a resounding, “Yes!” and voila – instant friends.

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