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At age 85, Fred Bartlit is still skiing slopes that would challenge an accomplished skier decades younger. The reason? Serious strength training that he dubs the StrongPath.
If you provide care to a loved one with Alzheimer’s, you probably don’t have a lot of time for yourself. Here are some simple self-care tips.
Music therapist Karen Sholander speaks about the powerful effect of music on cognition, memory, and nostalgia in those with dementia.
Education can help normalize the idea that sexual interaction is part of being human, and that extends to older adults, even the very old.
It’s a hard reality to face, but reality it is. Your parents are aging. They are on their way to “being old.”
How to help their parents understand that technology is not only easy to use but doesn’t have to be intrusive.
If you ask any caregiver what they want, they're likely to say "more time in the day," or "a clone machine." If you're looking for more tangible (read: Possible) options, though, consider these thoughtful treats that say, you're cared about, too.
Older adults comprise 13 percent of the population but account for 34 percent of all prescription medicine use and 30 percent of all over-the-counter medicine use.
See how wearable hearing devices help aging adults in group settings because of background noise.
Many elder care problems faced by families can be avoided by consulting an attorney before their loved one needs any form of care.