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5 Health Benefits of Social Media Use for Seniors

Social media use has been on the rise among seniors for years. In the U.S., nearly 59% of adults over the age of 65 are online and 46% of those individuals are on at least one social network. Another statistic shows that at least half of online adults have a Facebook account. While nothing replaces quality time in-person together and face-to-face connections, studies show that social media use can benefit seniors’ physical and mental health in many ways.

5 Common Early Signs of Dementia

According to the Alzheimer’s Association, more than 6 million Americans live with Alzheimer’s...

Hit The Trails for Mind and Body Benefits

For anyone who’s ever been hiking, you’ll know there’s nothing quite like the feeling of the sun...

How Aid & Attendance Benefits Can Offset Senior Living Costs for Veterans

At WellAge Senior Living, we value and honor the sacrifices our veterans and their families have...

Exploring the Connection Between Physical Activity and Brain Health

There are countless reasons why people exercise; maybe it’s their passion, their profession, or...

Together is Better: The Value of Senior Living 

Of all the lessons learned over the past year, the biggest for senior living communities must be...

Understanding and Coping with Social Isolation

With approximately 27% of older adults living on their own, social isolation is a widespread and...

Is Spring Cleaning a Good Time To Downsize?: Tips for Making a Clean Sweep

It’s that time of year again: warmer weather, fresh blooms, rain showers, and...spring cleaning....

A Collaborative Discussion with Parents and Adult Children About a Move to Senior Living

A healthy, collaborative conversation between aging parents and adult children about senior...

WellAge Medical Director Oversees Rollout of Vaccination Education Efforts

As the Chief Medical Officer of Vivage Senior Living and WellAge Senior Living, Dr. Gregory Gahm...