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Wheelchair Basketball is a Top Sport of Disabled Athletes
Posted on March 24th, 2016

As March Madness comes to the end of another season, the sport of basketball is still in full swing for the amazing athletes competing in wheelchair basketball at the 2016 Paralympic Games. Designed for athletes who have a physical... Read More


Get Ready for Spring Cleaning
Posted on March 11th, 2016

With the onset of spring comes the urge to clean the house, open the windows and let in some fresh air! Spring cleaning is an annual tradition in households everywhere and is especially important in homes where seniors or those with mobility limitations may have fallen behind on regular chores. Read More


Keeping Your Home Safe While You're Away
Posted on February 18th, 2016

With a few more months of cold weather ahead of us throughout much of the U.S., there is still plenty of time to plan a vacation to somewhere warm. Whether you are jetting off for a quick vacation or are a frequent snowbird who heads south for months on end, it's important to plan ahead and take precautions to protect your home from theft and any unexpected mishaps. In addition to the obvious step of locking all your doors and windows, consider these tips to prepare your house while you're away. Read More


Random Acts of Kindness Week
Posted on February 16th, 2016

"In a world where you can be anything, be kind." What a perfect quote to inspire us as we celebrate International Random Acts of Kindness Week, beginning February 14 through February 20. Originally founded by Josh de Jong of New Zealand, Random Acts of Kindness Day is now observed by countries all over the world on different dates throughout the year. Read More


Third Annual Love Letters Campaign
Posted on February 8th, 2016

The Love Letters campaign aims to solve that problem by encouraging young people to create handmade cards to send to homebound seniors nationwide. Read More


How Technology Assists Aging in Place
Posted on January 6th, 2016

With the help of some innovative technology, aging in place is possible for the 10,000 Americans who turn 65 years old each day. From health apps available on smart phones and tablets to daily living aids like a tub transfer bench or folding shower seat, there are many ways a home can be transformed for safe, happy aging in place. Read More


Exercises to Improve Stability and Balance
Posted on September 16th, 2015

A fall at any age can result in serious injuries that take time to heal. For seniors, injuries resulting from a fall can have significant impact on daily life. Balance and stability are essential for avoiding falls. Balance exercises are beneficial for any age as they help improve stability as well as confidence. Seniors who actively engage in balance exercises help reduce their risk for falls, while helping to maintain their health and independence. Read More