Studies show that having a life purpose is the single greatest indicator of positive well-being. But did you know that having a life purpose in retirement can be more than a life enhancer, it can be a life saver? Meet Iris and
To help you discern whether your loved one may be reaching a point where driving is no longer safe read click to read the full story. Learn what to look for and tips on how to have this often sensitive conversation.
November marks National Alzheimer's Awareness Month, a time dedicated to raising awareness about a disease that affects millions of people worldwide. By 2050 it is estimated that 153 million people will be diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease. It is important for everyone to understand what Alzheimer's is and is not and the risk factors associated with the disease. We hope to promote understanding, compassion, and support for those living with Alzheimer's and their families; as well as critical information for you to reduce your risk of getting this horrible disease.
October is Depression Awareness Month and it leads into the holiday season which is oftentimes a difficult time of year for seniors. Depression is common. It is important to understand that dementia and depression are two distinct yet interconnected conditions, often creating a perplexing challenge for individuals and their families to distinguish what is happening, especially as people age.
Ask Kevin Walsh to share a special memory of his many years in New York, and he answers without hesitation. He shares an account of traversing NYC by yellowcab to photograph the city’s skyscrapers and urban canyons on assignment for an ad agency, tasked with capturing Gotham’s grandeur on film.