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Whether it's joining a support group or simply asking for a hand, here are a few ways for caregivers to stay connected.
Diane wanted to help her mother-in-law overcome loneliness, but first she had to convince her that technology was to be embraced, not avoided.
Seniors can easily become isolated and lonely. Learning how to practice ‘Active Listening’ can help the elderly remain connected.
Her young daughter found a true friend on Senior Day while shopping at the supermarket.
How taking the time to cultivate “weak ties” can open doors to new sources of happiness.
They found love and support from new friends in their senior living community.
When a loved one is away, let their absence make your heart grow fonder.
These residents support the community and each other with every stitch.
Willie Marshall, a former professional hockey player, said it all started with the ticking of an old grandfather clock
Visits from this horse bring joy and spark conversations among older people, even those with dementia
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