Amazing Activities for Long-distance Grandparents

August 17, 2018 Tatiana Telipko Comments

Children grow very fast and change in a matter of months. Unfortunately, most grandparents live away from their grandchildren. They might not be around to share precious moments with their grandkids or witness them make milestones in life. It is estimated that 40% of all grandparents live over 200 miles from their grandchildren. This can Read more

43 Ideas for Seniors to Spend This Summer

July 27, 2018 Tatiana Telipko Comments

Seniors might lose touch with their passions, hobbies or interests due health concerns among other distractions. However, aging is all about bringing the fun back to life. Summer provides a conducive environment for them to reconnect with what they love. Seniors should make the most out of the warm season to enjoy themselves whether indoors Read more

Sing to Stay Active, Healthy and Happy

July 20, 2018 Tatiana Telipko Comments

Singing is not just fun, it has lots of social, psychological and physical benefits for seniors. Recently conducted studies on the subject have revealed that regular singing can increase social interaction, exercise the brain or lungs and lift ones spirits. Moreover, singing has a positive impact on seniors who suffer from mild to moderate dementia. Read more

Sunbathing Rules for Seniors

July 13, 2018 Tatiana Telipko Comments

Most of us like the goodness that comes with summer and the sun like sunbathing. However, you should be aware of some risks of sunbathing for seniors and how to avoid it. The skin becomes vulnerable and delicate as one gets older. This also applies for the old folks living in senior apartments Fort Worth. Read more

Living at Home vs. Independent Senior Living

May 25, 2018 Tatiana Telipko Comments

After retirement most seniors living in Fort Worth Texas find themselves at crossroads with regards to whether they should live in their homes or move to independent or retirement living communities. This tends to be a hard decision since it may imply that one has to staying away from their home, family or friends. However, Read more

New Technologies that Can Make Senior People’s Life Easier

March 23, 2018 Tatiana Telipko Comments

With improvement in technology almost in every aspect, it’s high time you found one of the gadgets that will improve your independent living as a senior person. Technology is known to make work easier. However, only a few senior-friendly gadgets stand tall in making this a reality to independent living seniors. Check through to see Read more

Best Places to Visit this Winter

February 27, 2018 Tatiana Telipko Comments

What is the best part of being retired? Freedom! As a retiree in a senior living community, you don’t have to worry about waking up to an alarm clock every morning or fighting the crowds during your daily commute. You also don’t need to limit your travel to school vacations but can pick up and Read more

You are Never Too Old to Start Exercising

February 15, 2018 Tatiana Telipko Comments

Many young adults make time for exercise in their daily routine, whether it’s an early morning run, a lunchtime spin class, or a yoga class after work. However, most baby boomers had a different lifestyle in their young adulthood and even middle age. Decades ago, for most adults attending a daily yoga class may not Read more

Benefits of Gardening for Seniors

February 5, 2018 Tatiana Telipko Comments

A thing of beauty is a joy forever. John Keats   Whether gardening is something you have enjoyed your whole life or it something you have just discovered after moving to a senior living community, this activity offers endless benefits. Ways members of the senior living community can benefit from Gardening: Fresh herbs, vegetables and Read more

The Importance of Laughter in the Retirement Community

January 17, 2018 Tatiana Telipko Comments

“Always laugh when you can, it is cheap medicine.” – Lord Byron The Benefits of Laughter Research shows that the place when we laugh, the affected area of the brain where it happens is in the frontal and the temporal lobe, which are the same areas where depression occurs. If one takes an MRI, one Read more