Posted: Saturday, December 29, 2018
7 Resolutions Seniors Can Make for the New Year
Every time you tear a leaf off a calendar, you present a new place for new ideas and progress. – Charles F. Kettering, inventor, engineer, and businessman
Roughly half of Americans admit to usually making some kind of New Year’s resolution. Yet despite their good intentions for self-improvement, only about 8 percent of people are successful in achieving their resolution, according to statisticbrain.com, often because they set a goal that is simply too lofty.Read Full Entry
Posted: Thursday, December 13, 2018
Considering a Continuing Care Retirement Community? Here are Four Key Aspects of the Decision Process.
Continuing care retirement communities are a popular retirement living choice among older adults who live fully, or mostly, independently today but desire to live in a setting whereby long-term care services are available if needed in the future. Choosing the right community is an important often complex decision process. Here are four key aspects of the decision process:
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Posted: Wednesday, December 5, 2018
Positive Aging: Changing Your Mindset About Growing Older
What is your attitude about the aging process? Do you view it as a positive rite of passage or a negative phenomenon that must simply be endured? Ageism is a hot topic today and a societal issue that some say is becoming more endemic than even sexism or racism.
The World Values Survey (WVS), which is an ongoing research project conducted by social scientists around the globe, asked over 83,000 people of all age groups in 57 countries about their feelings on aging. The data found that 60 percent of survey respondents said that they don’t think older people are respected. Interestingly, the lowest levels of respect for older generations were reported in higher income countries.Read Full Entry