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Cardellini, J. (2019, September 12). 3 Ways to Enjoy Early Fall with Your Loved One. Retrieved from https://www.guideposts.org/caregiving/family-caregiving/3-fun-ways-to-enjoy-early-fall-with-your-loved-one

Hayes, J. (2019, September 12). 4 Ideas to Unleash Your Loved One’s Creativity. Retrieved from https://www.guideposts.org/caregiving/family-caregiving/advice-for-caregivers/4-ideas-to-help-unleash-your-loved-ones-creativity

Tips for Connecting with a Senior Center

Senior Centers are a vital community resource for older adults, providing a wide variety of programs, services and supports, and enabling older adults to remain active and engaged, while combating social isolation and loneliness. The National Council on Aging (NCOA) reports that “Today, almost 10,000 senior centers serve more than 1 million older adults every day.” It can be intimidating or challenging to initially connect with a senior center. Here are some practical tips to get started.

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By Ashlee Williman | 11/13/2019

Advice for Overcoming Everyday Challenges

Small, everyday challenges can impact us all as we age. The resources and programming offered at senior centers such as the Rose Centers for Aging Well can assist with overcoming these challenges by providing us with opportunities to receive guidance from both professionals and our own peers. Programs like the Aging Mastery Program can help us make small and impactful changes to overcome challenges we may face and improve our overall wellness.

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By Ashlee Williman | 10/11/2019

Benefits of Exercise for Older Adults

We’ve all heard it a hundred times: exercise is important! When we hear this, many of us automatically think of the role of exercise in weight management, but do we think about the other benefits of exercising? Centers for Disease Control and Prevention highlight many of these benefits such as reducing symptoms of anxiety and depression; improving our moods; reducing our blood pressure and the risk of falls; and maintaining healthy bones, muscles and joints.

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By Ashlee Williman | 09/10/2019

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