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Top 5 Hobbies for Seniors

Top 5 Hobbies for Seniors

They say, “Youth is wasted on the young.” But, luckily, old age is never wasted on retirees, who finally have enough wisdom to know that they’ve got to make the best of every moment. As adults reach their “Golden Years,” they quickly realize that it’s up to them to make the years as memorable as […]

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The Invention of the Stairlift

The Invention of the Stairlift

The convenience of the stair lift is likely to give it a new reputation: that of stair ‘throne.’ In fact, the history behind the stair lift is a fascinating tale that does have some royal connections. Users of a stair lift can rightfully say that traveling up in one makes them feel like royalty. Also known […]

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Top 10 Summer Activities for Seniors

  The weather is getting hotter, making it the perfect time of year to enjoy spending time outdoors. If you’ve reached retirement age, the old summer tradition of visiting an amusement park to ride the roller coasters is probably no longer your cup of tea. If it is, more power to you; keep riding those […]

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Senior Living: Warning Signs Your Loved One Might Be in Danger

Warning Signs Your Loved One Might be in Danger Easy Climber Blog

As your parents or elderly loved one age, senior living options suddenly become a priority. An inevitable part of aging is that we will need assistance with specific tasks at some point. For some Seniors, assisted senior living centers can provide the support they need. And then for another group of seniors, they are fortunate […]

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Home Safety Checklists for Seniors

Home Safety Checklists for Seniors

For most individuals, there will come a time when they need to ensure their home remains a safe environment to live. Usually, the requirements to make a house safer comes as individuals age. From mobility problems to medications that increase a person’s falls risk, multiple factors introduce the need to start taking steps to make […]

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Aging in the Home Without Fear

Aging in the Home Without Fear

Age-related changes in mobility often arise from a number of complex reasons. While many seniors experience a reduction in muscle mass and bone density, others will encounter additional problems too like reduced eyesight or hearing, which can make normal, everyday life at home more challenging. For seniors who worry about independent living and aging in […]

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How to Cope with an Ailing Senior Family Member

How to Cope with an Ailing Senior Family Member One of the hardest things that we experience as humans are the aging and ailing of senior family members. Whether it be a parent or a grandparent, the feelings are the same — how will you carry on when they’re gone? How will you afford funeral […]

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4 Signs of Caregiver Overload and What You Can Do About it

While you care for your loved ones, think about this: Who is caring for you? You may be a caregiver for a senior in your life, attending to their needs, assisting them in daily living or just being emotionally present for them. But what about your needs? This is the question that not many bother […]

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Healthy Aging: 5 Tips for Getting the Sleep You Need

5 Tips for Getting the Sleep You Need

Numerous scientific studies have demonstrated how vital to health a good night’s sleep is – at all ages but especially for seniors. Researchers at the University of California, Berkley have recently identified a link between short-term memory loss and inconsistent sleep among the aging population. And cardiac specialists have long known of the importance of […]

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5 Cultures Who Celebrate Old Age: What We Can Learn from Them

  Many people never think about the culture of age in this country and how we treat our elders. We idolize youth and beauty but casually dismiss or abandon seniors who no longer exhibit these fleeting attributes. There are many downsides to this cultural habit, the largest of which is overlooking all the wisdom and […]

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