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The Health Impact of Isolation on Older Adults

There is growing concern among aging experts about the negative health impact of isolation and loneliness on older adults. Though technically speaking isolation and loneliness are separate conditions, obvious connections exist between the two.
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Rediscovering Purpose: How Senior Living Makes Life Better

For many older Americans, a senior housing community is more than just a place to live: It’s a place to be alive. For older adults living on their own, a time often comes when they feel they are simply “treading water.” Life may have occasional social engagements, a certain daily rhythm, but it can often lack direction. This is when individuals often seek or wish for a different mode of living that gives life a greater sense of meaning again.
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The Pros and Cons of Moving to Senior Living vs Aging at Home

When older adults first begin to plan for retirement, one question that almost always comes up is where to live. Aging in place at home is one potential solution. Moving to senior living is another. There are definite pros and cons to consider with each. It’s important to take time […]
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5 Ways Socialization Benefits Older Adults

Have you ever noticed that the happiest, most confident young people are those with meaningful relationships with their family and friends? For most kids, and even young adults, this social interaction is easy breezy and comes naturally. But as we age, making friends and building relationships with other people gets […]
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Dehydration in Older Adults

Dehydration. It’s something we often hear about during the hot summer southern months. So much so, that you may even stop taking the warnings seriously. But be careful to stay vigilant! Staying hydrated is critical to overall health, and could mean life or death to you or a loved one. […]
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The Benefits of Socialization

Spending more time alone and less time engaging in social situations tends to increase with age. This happens gradually as family members may become too busy and close friends experience similar restrictive conditions, such as a lack of energy, mobility limitations, and decreased health conditions. A diminishing social life for […]
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