Socialization

How to Choose the Best Cell Phone for a Senior Loved One

Senior couple on their cell phones

The idea that seniors are technologically incompetent is so 2010. These days, the age 65+ demographic is the fastest-growing adopters of technology, with four in 10 seniors owning a smartphone and 83% of seniors between 64 – 74 years of age using the Internet on a regular basis. There’s no denying that technology has many benefits for the older generations, and that extends to cell phones – and cell phone plans. 

10 Facts About Senior Living Communities

Facts about Senior Living

When it comes time to look for a senior living community for yourself or your loved one, you may be unsure of where to begin. You may wonder if you should look for something local, what you or your loved one need and what is going to give you the best value. These answers can differ for everyone, and depending on what you’ve heard about senior living communities, you may not know exactly what to believe when researching them or talking to others about your options.

Tips for How Family Members Can Help Manage the Move to Senior Living

Tips on the Value of Socialization for Older Adults

Why Socialization Is So Valuable for Older Adults

When we hear the term “socialization,” we usually think of young children and the importance of getting them accustomed to relating well to others their own age. However, psychologists, gerontologists and experts in behavioral research now say that socialization is also extremely important to the physical, mental and emotional health of older Americans.

Downloadable Tips to Help You Decide When a Loved One Needs Supportive Care

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