Terminology in Senior Care

There will come a time in all of our lives when we’ll need to decide how to best care for ourselves as we age or our senior loved one. So many times, though, when we find ourselves in this position, we have more questions than we have answers to. Some of the simplest...

What makes a great caregiver?

The senior population, those 65 and older, is projected to reach 71.5 million by 2030. This is more than double from 35.1 million in 2000. This growth has increased the need for caregivers in homes, senior living communities, and even hospitals. Families and...

Capturing Knowledge Through Oral History

We are living amongst a treasure trove of history. Living, breathing libraries of knowledge, experiences, perspectives, and culture. This history is embodied within the elderly that surround us each day whether in our personal lives as loved ones and family members,...

The Life-Changing Benefits of Active Senior Living

Many of us, regardless of age, have the same goal each year: to be more “active.” Though often referring to physical activity, being “active” isn’t just about exercise. An “active” lifestyle may also include activities like volunteering, painting, or even meeting up...