Month: December 2019

New Year’s Resolutions aren’t just for the grandkids; resolutions can be very beneficial for older adults for both their physical and mental well-being. According to an article by the University of Exeter, goal setting can help improve cognitive recollection and it can be a useful tool for those who have early-stages of dementia.   Below are a few more reasons […]

The holidays are a time to celebrate and create lasting memories with family and friends. But its not always easy to be filled with merriment, having the holiday blues is a real thing! As an older adult living alone, this year can bring feelings of isolation and melancholy making it hard to get into the holiday spirit. […]