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| By Hayley Cornelius | Health and well being

Tai chi is a unique form of fitness that came from ancient China, originally created as a form of self-defense. It’s more commonly used today as a way to bring the body and mind into harmony while keeping fit. While it may take some getting used to, tai chi is an ideal routine for seniors. […]

| By Hayley Cornelius | Accessible Home

Accessibility is a way of life. As you prepare for to aging-in-place, you will need accessible remodeling contractors to help create a home that embraces the accessible life. Many homes will need some changes to continue to provide a safe environment. Creating an accessible home requires replacement of narrow doors, removal of barriers, and installing […]

| By Hayley Cornelius | Health and well being

For some seniors, age marks not the passage of time, but a means to challenge the mind and body. The odds of living to age 90 tripled in the past three decades, with nearly two million Americans reaching that age in 2010. For some amazing seniors, reaching that milestone isn’t about sitting in the proverbial […]

| By Hayley Cornelius | Health and well being

Heart Attack and Stroke: Know the Signs and Reduce Your Risk February is American Heart Month, so we are sharing important information on heart health. According to the American Heart Association, following a healthy lifestyle can help reduce the risk factors for heart disease, heart attack and stroke. We’ll take a look at those lifestyle changes later, […]

| By Hayley Cornelius | Accessible Home

January is National Bath Safety month which is a great time to outline the importance of making the bathroom safer for aging adults and the whole family. The slippery-when-wet surfaces of the bathroom can become extra perilous when compounded with the balance and coordination problems we face as we age. Falling in the bathroom can […]