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Senior Tips

6 Must-Have Apps for People with Disabilities

If you have a family member who is disabled, you know how difficult life can be for both of you. The frustration of not always being able to help them, understand what they want, and protect them when you’re not around is immense. Luckily, there are technology tools in the form of apps out there that can help make life easier, safer and better for them and you. Here are a few of the more helpful must-have apps for people with disabilities and their family members.

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Downsizing For Retirement

Have the children moved out and moved away? Then perhaps it is time for you to think about downsizing? While making a move from the long-time family home into a smaller house, condo or retirement village, that old saying “you can’t take it with you” becomes more evident.

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It’s a Laughing Matter

We all know it – laughter is good for you? Are you stressed out, anxious or feeling a little gloomy? While you might consider a long walk or jog, you might also want to consider laughing as the medicine for what ails you.

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There’s Safety In Mobile Apps

If you’re on a college campus, it’s not enough to load your backpack up with books and trudge through the snow or rain to get to the class on time, it’s also important to have the right apps loaded on your smartphone. Let’s face it – there is plenty in the news about campus safety and LifeFone now has an app that can help you feel safer and more secure.

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Some Of Our Favorite Senior Discount Spots

Aging comes with benefits including grandchildren, retirement, wisdom, the ability to travel with less hassle and access to senior discounts!

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The Best Places To Retire

We know that “the best place to retire” is in the eye of the beholder, but we did some research and gathered information from various sources so you can begin your search for that best place for you and your spouse.

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Are You Distracted When You Drive?

Did you know that it’s not just teenagers who are driving distracted? It’s been shown that because there are so many Baby Boomers who own smartphones (about 40 million) that they are just as likely to be distracted by the phone and texting as teenagers.

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Happy National Senior Citizens Day

On August 19, 1988, President Ronald Reagan said, in his Presidential Proclamation, “Throughout our history, older people have achieved much for our families, our communities, and our country. That remains true today, and gives us ample reason this year to reserve a special day in honor of the senior citizens who mean so much to our land.” He added, “For all they have achieved throughout life and for all they continue to accomplish, we owe our older citizens our thanks and a heartfelt salute. We can best demonstrate our gratitude and esteem by making sure our communities are good place in which to mature and grow older.”  With that proclamation, he designated August 21st to be National Senior Citizens Day.

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Pain Warning Signs You Should Never Ignore

As we age there are aches and pains that we wake up with and wonder, “is that something to worry about? Was that pain there yesterday?” In many cases you might have just “slept wrong” or pulled a muscle. In other instances, though, you may have a sign or symptom that could warrant a phone call to your doctor.

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The Importance Of Healthy Eating For Seniors

Healthy eating and healthy living go hand in hand and they are two crucial aspects of a long life for seniors. As a caregiver, you may need to be more involved in what your aging loved ones are eating. It is much easier to eat quick-to-heat, processed foods than it is to cook healthy meals, but the health benefits far outweigh the ease of preparation.

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