Rehab and Recovery: The Vital Role of Speech Therapy After a Stroke

Senior completing speech therapy exercises

May is National Stroke Awareness Month and an ideal time to learn more about strokes, and how they can be recognized quickly and treated through medical intervention and rehabilitation.   

How Occupational Therapy Can Greatly Improve Seniors’ Quality of Life

Senior exercising with an occupational therapist

April is Occupational Therapy Month, and it’s the ideal time for senior adults to consider the many ways that occupational therapy can improve important life functions and enhance their quality of life.

Sometimes confused with physical therapy (PT), occupational therapy (OT) is a separate healing discipline with its own specific purpose and goals for the individual’s recovery.

Nutrition for Seniors: 7 Expert Strategies to Keep You in Good Health

March is National Nutrition Month, and it’s the perfect time for senior adults, and those who love them, to consider the vital importance of nutrition and diet in healthy aging.

While a healthy, nutritious diet is critical to the good health of all age groups, proper nutrition is especially important to the well-being of seniors.

5 Useful Ways to Maintain a Positive Attitude Toward Aging

Two seniors laughing together

To quote author and women’s advocate Betty Friedan, "Aging is not lost youth but a new stage of opportunity and strength."

Getting older might not be something we all look forward to, but aging is a reality we all have to face. And how we approach the passing of the years, say aging experts, has a lot to do with our happiness and health later in life.

9 Proven New Year's Resolutions for Healthy Aging

9 Proven New Year's Resolutions for Healthy Aging

Happy New Year! The new year is a great time for older Americans to take stock of their lives and consider how they can live healthier and happier – or as the saying goes, “Add years to your life and life to your years!”