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If we are age 60 or older — and especially if we are older women living alone — we may be a special target of fraudulent telemarketers and others who consider us vulnerable. Learn how to be especially aware and not be a victim of these dishonest practices.
Caregiving Tips to Keep Healthy
With the right help and support, we can be a good caregiver without having to sacrifice our own well-being. Learn how to take care of others and be able to incorporate a decent quality of life!
Grandparenting pitfalls can strain relationships. Learn how to discourage unhealthy behaviors in our interactions and build better relationships with our children along with their children.
We all know that stress can be a killer and that reducing stress in our lives is the healthiest option. This article provides us with some recommendations based on research that will help us move toward a healthier, stress free lifestyle.
Driver Rehabilitation Specialists - Keep Driving
There are an estimated 35 million older drivers and their fitness to operate a vehicle is critical. This article tells us how we can access valuable assistance to keep driving through the use of driver rehab specialists as we encounter certain health impediments.
Long Distance Grandparenting Can Be Challenging
Often, it just requires a special effort to communicate with grandchildren and establish the foundation for a strong long-term relationship. Learn how to reach young people who don't live nearby and how to create strong bonds and loving connections.
Singular Living Not a Cause for Concern
Living alone as we age might not be preferred by many, but isn't as negative as we might think. Read about aging and living alone here and then check out our Geriatrics Forum to learn more.
Rolling with the Punches
Resilience helps us “roll with the punches” and to have a better quality of life. Learn how we can build on our innate resilience and help ourselves age more successfully.
Driving as We Age
Driving is one of the key factors to independence as we age. Since accidents are more likely to be fatal for older drivers, it is important that we seek out the options available to make our driving safer. Find out more keys to safety here.
Volunteering in Later Years
Studies have shown that people who volunteer often feel that they receive more than they give and lead happier, healthier lives. Read about how volunteering can add to our quality of life!
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