Halloween of Days Gone By

(3 Minute Read) The fall is an incredibly nostalgic month for many. In fact, Researchers at the University of Southampton recently discovered that the ideas brought on by nostalgia actually change our physical bodies. Simply put, nostalgia makes us warm

Great Fall Activities with Grandkids

(3 Minute Read) Though kids today might seem too distracted by devices, grandparents often find Fall is a great time to make memories with their grandkids doing many of the same things they once loved. As the weather gets chilly

Sneaky Symptoms: Type 2 Diabetes Warning Signs

(3 Minute Read) Diabetes is an epidemic for the elderly in America. Over 25% of American seniors are living with diabetes, some undiagnosed. It’s crucial to maintain your health and watch your sugar intake. Although diagnosis is something for the

The Diabetic’s Guide to Halloween Treats

(3 Minute Read) Your grandchildren look forward to Halloween for several reasons, but one of the best is certainly satisfying that sweet tooth. Being there to share in the memorable moments of Halloween means you’ll be watching children and adults

Helping Senior Clients Refinance: Reverse Mortgages

(4 Minute Read) Keeping up with residential maintenance can get difficult for seniors for all kinds of reasons, from physical to financial. As an advisor, you know the state of your client’s finances and are well-equipped to understand whether or

Helping Seniors Cope With Hearing Loss

(3 Minute Read) One in three people 60-plus and two-thirds of people 70-plus have hearing loss. It’s a growing issue for the Baby Boomers, with over 15% of the population already affected. If your parents or other senior loved ones

Weatherproofing Your Parents’ Home: Made Easy

(2 Minute Read) If you live in a region of the state where blustering wind and snow are a traditional part of your winter, you’re likely considering weatherproofing. For seniors, these tasks might not be front of mind, or might

4 Best Spots to See Fall Foliage

(3 Minute Read) Fall is one of the most beautiful seasons for travel. Whether going solo, with a loved one, or with the grandchildren, knowing the best spots to witness the glory of the turning leaves will really make the

The Pros and Cons of Marriage After Retirement

(3 Minute Read) The number of couples older than 50 who were living together outside of marriage more than doubled between 2000 and 2010, and has continued to climb. It isn’t that older adults are afraid of commitment, but rather

Autumn Health and Safety Hazards for Seniors

(4 Minute Read) The leaves will soon be changing and the weather’s even starting to get chilly. As much as fall is a time for enjoying nature’s beauty, it’s also a time to prepare for oncoming winter weather and health