Why Seniors Should Vacation at a National Park
National Parks cover 84.6 million acres (3.4%) of the United States. Despite covering a significant land mass, it’s easy to overlook the National Parks when making travel plans. But, the truth is, there are 58 National Parks spanning 27 states, and each one is full of natural wonders just waiting to be explored. Whatever brings...
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Traveling with grandchildren may seem like a big undertaking, but with a little planning and excellent communication, a multigenerational trip can provide a lifetime of memories. It can create lasting bonds, forge strong relationships, and bring generations of families closer together. Learn more about the benefits of traveling with grandchildren, get tips for making your...
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The Carillon at Boulder Creek Resident Positively Impacts Environment
The Carillon at Boulder Creek is located at the foothills of the Rocky Mountains in scenic Boulder, Colorado. Boulder is known for its natural beauty and breathtaking scenery – and local resident John Canova is determined to keep it that way. Learn more about John’s efforts to keep the creek clean, maintaining its beauty and...
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Secret to Happiness in Retirement
After retiring from a traditional career, retirement leaves many seniors wondering, “what next?” Sure, you now have an open schedule for that tee time, lunch with friends, family vacations, and relaxing poolside. But for years, your work gave you purpose and a sense of accomplishment. So, now what? Many seniors are looking to fill their...
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Six Engaging Blogs for Seniors
Today’s senior generation has been on the front lines of a changing and evolving world – especially when it comes to the use of technology and social media. From a world where social media was unheard of to a world dominated by it, many seniors have adapted to the demands of a new communication method,...
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There’s no doubt that an Alzheimer’s or dementia diagnosis is life-altering. Things have to change for everyday life to continue and more support is required as the disease progresses. But, just because life changes doesn’t mean life stops. Even as dementia progresses in your loved one, it may become necessary to travel. From family reunions...
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San Diego County’s Choose Well program helps families find high quality assisted living care services. The website is free and allows families seeking senior care to find and compare over 600 assisted living communities in San Diego. Fairwinds – Ivey Ranch is a featured community on Choose Well, receiving their highest overall score of 100....
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Mackenzie Place - Colorado Springs Sponsors 7th Annual Octogenarian Golf Tournament
On Monday, June 18 octogenarians gathered at the Colorado Springs Country Club for the 7th Annual Octogenarian Golf Tournament. The 9-hole tournament is free for all players and players must be 80 years old or older to participate. This year was the biggest tournament yet, pulling in 80 players, 15 of which were women. Al...
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The Caregiver's Guide to Stages of Dementia
Alzheimer’s disease and other common forms of dementia including vascular dementia, dementia with Lewy bodies, and frontotemporal dementia are progressive conditions, with symptoms worsening over time as the disease progresses. Learn more about the stages of dementia and what to expect from your loved one as dementia progresses. Although the two terms are often used...
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