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Mind. Body. Strength: A Holistic Approach to Overall Health!

Exercise your mind, body, and strength! As we age, an active lifestyle is extremely important.  It is good for the […]
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Parkinson’s Disease and Your Well-Being

Parkinson’s disease is a degenerative neurological disorder in older adults.  It affects approximately 2 percent of adults age 65 and […]
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Avanti Senior Living - How to Recognize the Signs of Depression Among the Elderly

How to Recognize the Signs of Depression Among the Elderly

So What Do Signs of Depression Among the Elderly Look Like? Do you feel out of sorts and struggle to […]
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Check Out These Top 5 Amenities in Assisted Living Communities!

If you’ve noticed certain signs and symptoms in your elderly loved one that is indicative of them needing more care […]
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What’s Causing My Memory Loss?!? Maybe It’s One of THESE Causes!

Many people, especially those in middle age or older, experience memory loss during their lifetime, and most would jump to […]
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Did You Know That February is Low Vision Awareness Month?!?

February is National AMD/Low Vision Awareness Month. AMD, also known as Age-Related Macular Degeneration, is the leading cause of vision loss […]
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Self-Indulge: The Top 3 Ways to Pamper Yourself. Check it Out!

Why self-indulge? Taking care of your mental health by putting you first can go a long way towards improving your […]
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Keep Your Mind Active – At ANY Age

December 21st is National Crossword Puzzle Day.  It’s the day that commemorates the first appearance of this challenging word game, […]
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Top 3 Ways Smiling Can Change Your Day!

“Keep smiling because life is a beautiful thing and there’s so much to smile about” – Marilyn Monroe   Did […]
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Clergy Appreciation Month: Top 3 Reasons Why Faith is Important

October is Clergy Appreciation Month – a time to honor the work of pastors, priests, ministers, rabbis, and other clergy.  […]
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