Aging

Aging is part of life, but it doesn't have to be discouraging. Embrace aging as a reflection of all the wisdom you've accumulated over the years, and look ahead with excitement and joy.
How to prevent a stroke
Living Longer, Living Better

Stroke: 4 Key Questions to Ask Your Doctor

The answers to these can help you and your doctor create the best strategy for a healthy heart.

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Stephanie and Mam Ma
Aging Parents

A Take-Charge Caregiver Learns the Value of Asking for Help

Relocating three senior family members seemed a daunting task; accepting assistance made it possible.

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Active elderly person
Living Longer, Living Better

Inspiration from Our Elders on Faith, Commitment and Joy

No matter your age, you can still be strong and vibrant spiritually and contribute to your community.

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A senior reading a novel in his cozy home.
Living Longer, Living Better

5 Tips for Aging in Place Safely

Keep your loved ones safe at home by checking the lighting, securing rugs and more.

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Prayers for an elderly mom
Family Caregiving

How to Pray for an Aging Parent

Six simple prayers to lift your parents up. 

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A woman in her golden years grocery shopping with the assistance of a caregiver.
Helpful Activities

How to Improve Communities for People with Dementia

Learn what you can do to help make your community dementia-inclusive.

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A vintage orange rotary phone.
Advice for Caregivers

5 Ways to Combat Illegal Robocalls

Scam callers target older adults, but there are ways to protect your loved one.

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A daughter taking care of her mother while having a laugh.
Advice for Caregivers

When You Become a Caregiver: Taking on a New Role

Caring for a loved one alters your relationship, but a wealth of resources can help you navigate. 

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Two steaming coffee cups with their shadows forming a heart.
Angels

How She Found Her Special Angel

She agreed to a coffee date, and then another, until she realized something about their relationship had changed.

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A woman speaking out in a support group.
Caregiver Stress

4 Ways to Reach Out When Family Members Are Angry

If family isn't helpful when you're caring for a loved one with Alzheimer's, written updates and a support group can make inroads.

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