This Boston Globe story begins with “One in 10 Americans age 60 and older experiences some form of physical, emotional, financial, or even sexual abuse over the course of a year…” This short article also includes five ways consumers can … Continue reading →
“I’m thoroughly convinced there are some people who erroneously assume that, as a senior citizen, all I do is sit in front of my TV while nursing a bottle of Dr. Pepper and snacking on a plate of nachos…” Floyd … Continue reading →
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Drums in the street attract an elderly man with an umbrella who begins dancing spontaneously. As he goes through his moves, the crowd cheers.
Guest Post by Gary Simmons As we age, our brains naturally process information slower and slower, beginning before our 30s, according to Sari Harrar, writing for WebMD.com. It becomes increasingly important to keep our brains in shape by challenging them … Continue reading →
By Barbara Diamond at www.littlethings.com Tara Wood’s daughter Norah was gearing up to celebrate her fourth birthday. On the day before her big day, Norah happened to explain to Tara her affinity for elderly folks — their soft skin, their … Continue reading →