Archive for April 2020
Soul Purpose: Seniors with Strong Reasons to Live often Live Longer
by Judith Graham for Kaiser Health News, August 31, 2017 (posted in Premier Senior Consultants News per KHN guidelines) After making it through the maelstrom of middle age, many adults find themselves approaching older age wondering “what will give purpose to my life?” now that the kids have flown the nest and retirement is…Read More
Cardiovascular Fitness and Brain Health – Just Another Reason to Exercise!
There are many reasons to be physically fit, but staving off dementia might be one of the best reasons of all. The results of a long-term study of middle aged women were recently published in the medical journal, Neurology (click here to see study). The study shows a relationship between high cardiovascular fitness in middle aged women…Read More
Is It Normal Aging or Something More?
Feeling a little absent minded and forgetful these days? We all have been there with those “senior moments”. Sadly, many of us know someone who has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s Disease or another type of Dementia. This can cause us to wonder if our own forgetfulness is due to the normal aging process or…Read More
Fraud Against Seniors Part 2
I recently received a phone call from someone letting me know my social security number has been “suspended because of fraudulent activity”. What? Really? You mean I only have to give you my name and social security number to verify that it really was my information that was compromised? Okay, thank you so much for…Read More
Fraud Against Seniors
So many of our elderly loved ones are being victimized by a myriad of scams. Sometimes our loved ones will not tell anyone about what is happening because they feel embarrassed and foolish about being tricked. Why is this happening more, and more often to the seniors and how can we help them understand how…Read More