Start Slowly: Walk for ten minutes in the morning and the afternoon. Sign up for a beginner’s yoga class, or learn some in-home gentle stretches.
Find a New Career: Careers after retirement can be rewarding, personally and financially. First, decide whether you have the skills needed for a new venture.
Older Americans are living longer and healthier than ever before, but what does this mean for life after retirement?
Vitamin D is important to your health, bones, and growth. It is a fat-soluble vitamin that absorbs calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphate, and zinc.
Whether it’s your first day or second week as a caregiver, there are always challenges and transitions to overcome when you begin.
Caregiving can be a financial burden for seniors or those living with a disability. Finding the financial resources can be hard and stressful.
Taking care of a loved one or someone that needs assistance is rewarding, but can cause a lot of stress.
For caregivers, every day can be a challenge. Long hours and days can sometimes lead to a burnout.
2-1-1 is the number to call for information on health and human services.