There are plenty of fun spring activities that seniors can do to be active, make new friends, learn new skills, and enjoy the bright sunny weather. Here are some ideas.
Supporting dementia care through charitable contributions not only aids vital research and services but also offers a meaningful way to honor affected loved ones.
If you missed the cutoff and didn’t enroll, now is the time. There are penalties for late enrollment. The penalty is an extra 10% of the monthly Part B premium for each year.
On February 7th, members of the Dementia Friendly Fulton Coalition stood together declaring February 7th, 2024, Dementia Awareness Day.
You need to learn to actively listen to your senior loved one. By allowing them to speak and express themselves freely you are helping boost their quality of life.
Online access to pertinent and reliable health information for seniors can empower them and improve their well-being. Here is what it provides.
Navigating the world of taxes can be complex, especially when it involves significant medical or long-term care expenses.
A new hearing device is changing the game for seniors who, sadly, often wait too long to act on their difficulties with hearing.
The Open Enrollment Period is for those on Advantage plans only. Medicare Advantage plan enrollees have a one-time opportunity from January 1 to March 31 to switch plans.
Older adults with diabetes require extra care from both themselves and their caregivers to remain in optimal health, making life challenging for them.