Senior Blog

The Importance of Password Management

These days, keeping your financial information and that of your members safe is as important as ever. To keep the door to our financial information secure, we need to make sure our passwords are safe. Here are four common issues and how to solve them.

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At Your Door: Healthy Dining at Home

If you are looking for easy ways to eat well at home, we have a few ideas for you to explore. From meal kits delivered to your doorstep to restaurant and grocery store delivery services, it’s easier than ever to access healthy meals.

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Healing Through Art

For seniors dealing with memory loss, stress or pain, coloring, drawing, painting or sculpting may be a beneficial activity. The process of creating artwork can help people express their feelings while reducing anxiety, stress, and even chronic pain.

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Think Squash Isn’t for You? Think Again!

Seniors with healthy eating habits may be able to fight off illnesses quicker than those who don’t. From cancer prevention and heart health to keeping Alzheimer’s disease at bay, bringing vegetables like squash into your diet may help.

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Holiday Party Foods That Won’t Blow Your Healthy Lifestyle

The holidays can be a tough time to stick to your health goals. Without a game plan, it’s easy to overindulge in the tempting desserts and carb-heavy dinners and pack on a few extra pounds. These tips can help you stay on track.

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6 Tips to Start the New Year Off Right

The start of a new year can be a time of renewal. It offers each of us an opportunity to reflect, set new goals, and start over. For many seniors, living a healthier life is a popular resolution. If it’s one of yours, we have some suggestions to help you live better.

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KEEP MOVING BY MAINTAINING HEALTHY JOINTS

According to the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, every second of every day in the United States an older adult will fall. Keeping joints and muscles healthy is key to helping combat falls.

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Why the Heath of your Gut is Important

While the subject of our digestive system may not be the most exhilarating of topics, taking care of it needs to become more of a priority during the aging process. Paying attention to what lives in your gut is necessary for maintaining good health.

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6 Tips for Shopping Safely Online This Holiday Season

Between concerns about the spread of the coronavirus and worries about driving in winter weather, many seniors are turning to online shopping this holiday season. Seniors can use these tips to stay safe and protect financial information.

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How to Plan for a Successful GivingTuesday Campaign

Although GivingTuesday is weeks away, the time is right to start planning for your thriving center. With free flyer templates, customizable email copy, and social media images, there are many ways you can customize this international campaign to your supporters.

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Senior Safety: 5 Tips to Get Your Car Ready for Winter

As we head into winter, it’s time to make sure we’re ready. Even if you don’t drive your vehicle very often, it’s still important to make sure it’s in shape for the cold months ahead. These tips can help make sure your vehicle is prepared for the long winter ahead.

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Motivated to Move

Movement is an essential part of every function and process within our bodies. Just 15 – 30 minutes of continuous movement a day can improve your overall health, helping to reduce the risks of heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, and other diseases.

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