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Stay Safe on the Golf Course

Will you be one of the estimated two million Americans who will be watching the U.S. Open in mid-June? Golf is a popular sport for older adults—it’s almost a cliché for senior retirees! It can offer a pretty good workout and a chance to soak up some vitamin D. But, as with every sport, we… Read More

Cancer Survivor Celebration

Let’s show the world what life after cancer looks like! On National Cancer Survivors Day, we will join thousands of people in hundreds of communities throughout the world to celebrate life. Join us at Noble Horizons on Thursday, June 8th as we honor local survivors who are living with and beyond cancer. National Cancer Survivors… Read More

Are You Feeling Caregiver Guilt?

Family caregivers are the bedrock of our nation’s elder care system. The AARP estimates that this care, if provided by paid professionals, would cost more than $470 billion dollars each year! Caregivers support the well-being of senior loved ones with hands-on help, healthcare management, transportation, dementia care and more—all while trying to keep up with… Read More

Planning for Our Senior Years—It’s Never Too Soon!

Maybe you’re looking to retire in the next few years. Or maybe you’re not sure you want to retire, but you want to be prepared for the unexpected, including age-related challenges. Studies show that today’s younger people have done very little planning for their senior years—but giving it some thought now makes it more likely… Read More

Before Your Cinco de Mayo Party, Check Your Medication Labels

Planning a margarita party for Cinco de Mayo? The National Institute on Aging says seniors should review their medications first, to prevent dangerous drug-alcohol interactions. As we grow older, we’re more likely to develop health conditions that can affect our quality of life. The medications we take help us manage these conditions. But medications often… Read More