Senior Living Center

Senior living is a term that covers a broad range of topics, including senior health, active living for seniors, living options for seniors and much more. Below are a selection of articles that address a variety of topics on the subject of senior living.

Senior Centers: a Primer

Are you too young or active to attend a Senior Center? There’s no such thing! The Senior Centers of today are a lively, social, vibrant community hub. You will likely be amazed by the participants and pursuits you find at your local Senior Center. A wide range of ages, interests, services, hobbies and new life experiences await you. Read more about Senior Centers

Senior Citizens on the Move

As residents of Walnut Park, the Snells are encouraged to stay as long as two weeks with free overnight accommodations, meals and senior living amenities at any of Holiday’s 313 retirement communities in North America, including Hawaii and Canada. Read more about Senior Citizens and travel…

Senior Advocacy and Volunteering

Volunteering can provide a job-like structure without the stress of working. Best of all, you know that your service is appreciated and needed. You may want to tutor children, serve as an advocate for other seniors in your state or work at a local animal shelter. Learn more about senior advocacy and volunteering…

Grandparenting

Styles of grandparenting will vary depending on factors ranging from distance to custody. In all permutations of grandparent-grandchild relationships, the goal of the grandparent is the same: to connect with and care for their children’s children. Learn more about grandparenting styles…

Retirement and Long-Term Care Options

Senior living is an evolving term today, encompassing both a place to live and a way to live. Today’s seniors, lead by the Baby Boomers, have the opportunity to live life on their terms. The way one intends to live will naturally determine where one chooses to live. Choices for senior housing are evolving and expanding as the senior population increases and the market develops to meet their needs and desires. Learn more about retirement options

Aging at Home: How to Prepare

The reasons to consider aging at home are tangible, relevant and emotional. Depending upon how you view your retirement years, you may feel that a known and comfortable place is the best place for you to be. While that may be the case, it is important to plan. Learn more about Aging At Home

What is a Certified Aging-in-Place Specialist?

A Certified Aging in Place Specialist (CAPS) is someone who understands the aging-in-place home remodeling market and the technology, tools and resources that are available to serve that market. Individuals with the CAPS designation are trained in the needs of the aging population, common remodeling projects and expenditures, codes and standards, product ideas and resources. Learn more about Certified Aging-in-Place…