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Top 5 Podcasts for Seniors

What is a Podcast? A podcast may sound like entertainment reserved for the tech savvy, but listening to a podcast is no more complicated than watching a YouTube video. Podcasts are simply free audio programs you can listen to online or download from the Internet. They cover an almost infinite number of topics, from golf…

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Understanding Activities of Daily Living

How ADLs and IADLs Factor Into Decision-Making Unless you’re familiar with senior care, you might not have reason to think about the ways age can take a toll on certain functions of daily life. Two acronyms – ADL and IADL – are ones that come into increasing use when dealing with the process of aging…

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10 Amazing Benefits of Aging

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Many people fear growing old, and nobody can blame them since old age is usually associated with many undesirable things. Besides death, which we can all agree tops the list, others include vulnerability to diseases and reduced physical and mental strength. However, it’s not all doom and gloom. Every cloud has a silver lining. Getting…

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10 Facts about Alzheimer’s Disease

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For those who are getting older or who are caring for a loved one who’s advancing in age, it can be the scariest words they can hear from their doctor: Alzheimer’s disease. The phrase itself brings up fears of living without knowing who you are or not being recognized by your family members. While the…

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A Guide to Financial Planning for Elderly Parents

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It is inevitable, and not necessarily enjoyable, to begin financial planning for elderly parents. Discussing finances with your aging parents can be tough, but necessary. In this article, you will glean a few tips on how to begin financial planning for your elderly parents. Start Early – Before a Crisis If your parents are in…

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Remember the Fallen on Patriot Day in Pensacola

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Patriot Day will forever be a remembrance for Americans; moreover, it’s one that continues to bring the country together in a united cause against evil and to remember the fallen throughout history. The annual observance takes place Sept. 11 in memory of those lost and injured during the terrorist attacks in New York, Washington D.C.,…

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Stay Sharp Using Cognitive Exercises For Seniors

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Many people find it helpful to do different kinds of physical exercises as they get older, and many community centers and assisted living facilities offer such programs. Many do not, however, think about memory exercises for seniors, and this can be an important part of keeping up a high quality of life. Fortunately, there are…

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