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How To Make Your Own Face Mask

Due to the impact of the coronavirus, there has been a significant shortage of essential medical supplies. This includes surgical face masks and N95 respirator masks. The U.S. government has recommended that all residents wear a face mask when going outside. Wearing cloth face masks can help prevent the spread of infection. While it is…

Entertaining Activities To Do At Home

With everyone staying in the house it can be difficult to stay entertained indoors. After a while many people may start to feel a bit stir crazy. Although we cannot yet resume our everyday lifestyle. There are many ways to remain calm and relaxed during these uncertain times. Here are a few tips to keep…

Reasons Why You May Need A Mobility Scooter

Mobility scooters offer the user the ease of travel. Scooters can be very beneficial for people who find it difficult to walk long distances or have other mobility issues. Mobility scooter are more about giving accessibility to those who otherwise wouldn’t have it. Tips for Choosing the Right Scooter: Not all mobility scooters are the…

Medical Products for Mobility

With so many options for mobility products, it can become overwhelming to find the best option for you. From a walker, wheelchair, cane, or crutch, the choices can seem endless. Seniors who have lost some of their mobility can turn to mobility products to help regain their independence. While these mobility products provide many benefits,…

Handling the Heat as a Senior Citizen

Temperatures are rising, and many of us are eager to get outside and start soaking up the sun. Although a bit of Vitamin D is encouraged, excessive heat exposure can be a major threat to senior citizens and result in severe health issues. A study at University of Chicago Medical Center found that 40% of…

The Importance of Staying Social as We Age

There are many ways to maintain your health as you age, but one of the best things you can do is stay social. Connecting with friends both online and in-person can help to give seniors a sense of belonging, while preventing cognitive skills from declining and improving overall health. According to the Rush Alzheimer’s Disease…

Make The Holidays Bright for the Seniors in Your Life

With Christmas nearly upon us and New Year’s Eve close behind, now is one of the busiest times of the year for families. The holidays are also a common time for depression, especially among the elderly. Whether you are hosting Christmas dinner or heading to a relative’s house to ring in the New Year, remember…