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Keeping seniors' physical and mental health in check is always important as we get vulnerable with age. The mental health of seniors is something we don't talk about much.  Regardless of conditions, people crave connection and someone to open up their

As the holidays draw closer and closer, one of your biggest questions may be what to give older family members or elderly relatives who are in assisted-living facilities. Whether it's your parents, grandparents, or other relatives, in most cases they

The rise of senior gaming has shown that video games are not just for kids. There are some excellent reasons for seniors to pick up gaming as a hobby.

Are You Looking For a Gifts For Seniors To Help Prevent Falls? It’s holiday season and it’s time to think of some gift ideas for your senior loved ones. Winter is not just cold, it’s difficult for a senior’s safety and

If you have an elderly loved one, you have probably seen the acronyms ADL and IADL being used. These terms stand for “activities of daily living” and “instrumental activities of daily living.” Together, ADLs and IADLs encompass the full span

September 5th marks International Day of Charity by the UN, to celebrate we are sharing some incredible organizations that we would encourage you and your community to support and donate to. All organizations mentioned support the wellbeing, health, justice and

Photo by Dennis Brendel on Unsplash As humans, we cherish moments of connection. A meaningful conversation has the power to subvert time by ingraining itself in our minds forever. While small talk possesses the ability to relieve awkward silence, your mind

Silverts General Manager, Joshua Norris, recently had the chance to join Ash Brown on her podcast “Ash Said it Daily”. Check out the interview or take a listen.

As an older adult, it can be frustrating to find that your mobility is not what it used to be. You may no longer be able to do things that once brought you happiness and joy; it feels like everything

Aging is what we make it. For some, the limited mobility and reduced performance that come with age sound intimidating, but there are steps you can take to help you age gracefully.