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5 Tips To Stay Happy In Late Adulthood

As we transition from one season of life to the next, it’s important to be intentional about proactively maintaining all the different domains of life. Especially being mindful of doing what we can to keep yourself happy. Here are some tips to stay happy in late adulthood according to Exercise: Having a regular exercise…

Fall Prevention

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Four Ways To Help Seniors Stay Positive

As a caregiver of a senior adult, building and maintaining an atmosphere of positivity is vital to the overall mental health of your loved one. Here are a few ideas to help you build positivity: Encourage Independence: As one enters into late adulthood, the freedom and control that was once enjoyed can begin to dwindle.…

Stress Management Tips for Seniors

Jot-It-Down: Stress can be a signal that the worries of life are getting backed up in your mind. Take a few minutes to make a list of what is bothering you. Expand the items, as necessary, to add additional details and to brainstorm solutions. Read Words of Inspiration: Sometimes the mind can get stuck on…

Employee of the Month: Christopher Williams

Chris has been on the maintenance team for one year. He was born and raised in Chicago, Illinois, and enjoys  volunteering and putting God first in his life. Chris said the best part of his job is having the freedom to express himself, truly be heard, and laugh when he needs to de-stress, which inspires…

Talking With Your Doctor – Tips For Seniors

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Brain Games For Seniors

Keeping your brain in shape during late adulthood is not only possible, but it is vitally important. Often times in the retirement years, the pace of life slows down, which means that brains don’t get the work outs that they used to. Therefore, it’s important to incorporate challenging brain exercises into your routine to keep…

Employee of the Month: Gia Disanto-Underwood

Gia is an RN in the Health Center, and she is a true team player. Gia has always been known for going above and beyond, and her performance has been outstanding for the last four months as our delivery of care has changed during COVID. She is an encouraging presence to the staff and does…