Learning How to Age Well

Getting older is unavoidable but the choices you make along the way are not. From the foods you eat and the ways you stay active to the relationships you form along the way, it all impacts the speed that you Continue reading Learning How to Age Well

Dealing with Dementia

Dementia is the sixth leading cause of death and the most expensive illness in the United States. The word dementia does not refer to a specific disease; instead, it’s an overall term that describes a wide range of symptoms associated Continue reading Dealing with Dementia

Balanced Wellness: Physical and Emotional Dimensions

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What are your wellness goals for 2017? Whatever it is that you planned, pursue it; go for it, and don’t let anything stop you. Most importantly, resolve to take care of yourself holistically, especially considering the physical and emotional aspects Continue reading Balanced Wellness: Physical and Emotional Dimensions

Therapy Animals “Horse Around” at Shell Point

Countless research studies, including those conducted by the National Institute of Health, point to the healing power of pet therapy. The findings confirm that spending time with a four-legged friend can elevate mood and reduce anxiety. Caregivers have noticed that Continue reading Therapy Animals “Horse Around” at Shell Point