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After The Loss of A Spouse

Loss of A Spouse

Supporting Seniors After The Loss of A Spouse

As we age, many things can change in our lives – our sight and hearing can go, we lose our dexterity, and we even might begin to lose a lot of our friends and loved ones. Making sure your loved one Continue Reading →

How Can Seniors Protect Their Identity?


Identity theft is nothing to joke around about and with seniors being one of the most vulnerable demographics, it’s important to know which services are best for monitoring suspicious activity Continue Reading →

Memory Loss and Nutrition

Nutrition Month

Memory loss can be a result of many factors: level of physical activity, lifestyle, genetics, and environmental reasons.
We have control over the diet we consume, and certain foods can help boost our memory and brain functions Continue Reading →

Donna R. Peterson

Donna Peterson, Gerontologist, was the Community Relations Director for New Horizons In-Home Care, she was truly brilliant in that position and her passion for the well-being of seniors was infectious at work Continue Reading →

Fall Prevention

Fall Prevention

Falling among aging adults is the leading cause of injury and death. Falling can be something that can be prevented and less detrimental if precautionary steps are taken. First, here are some Continue Reading →

WHAT MAKES YOU HAPPY?!

What Makes Your Happy?

What makes you happy?

To some, this is a simple question, but to others, it may be one of the most difficult questions to provide an answer to. Why is this? Why is it that we see others laughing and having a wonderful time, but Continue Reading →