The weather might be frightful, but that is no reason to hibernate! Summit offers a variety of opportunities to help you forget about the cold and to stimulate your body and your mind.
Did you know February is American Heart Month? We’ve all made, broken, and re-made New Year’s resolutions, but we can’t think of a better time to start working toward improving and
Safety is important for all of us, but the need for a comprehensive safety plan is particularly important for individuals with dementia. Diseases like Alzheimer’s can cause a
As we all get older and our vision ages, many of us find lighting to be increasingly important and sometimes problematic. Personally, my vision is healthy, but I find myself turning on
You know the importance of having a will. If you die “intestate” (without a will in legal language), your state’s laws will determine the disposition of your assets.
Changes happen every day. Some of those changes are big and others are small. Some are good, some are bad, and others are somewhere in between. Some changes can have an effect on our
There are a number of myths regarding aging. Some people may mistakenly believe that aging inevitably involves getting sick or disabled, while others may think that all adults face
After she retired from a decades-long administrative career, Joann decided to take a water aerobics class at her local YMCA. She knew the low-impact exercise would be good for her
The primary purpose of a senior move manager is to help the elderly transition from one home to another. Pretty straight forward, right? As a matter of fact, I am certain that many of
Staying active is a no-brainer when it comes to improving how you look and feel yet, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, only 56.1 percent of New York adults