Travis and Mark Macy are a father and son who spent a lifetime together pushing their physical limits by participating…
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Taking care of our mental health is one of the most important, yet often-overlooked aspects of our overall wellbeing. It can be especially challenging for those entering retirement and facing a new stage of life.
Sometimes the simplest thing – a song, a smile, a dance – can mean everything. When you have dementia, there aren’t many places to go. At Our Moment Cafe, caregivers and patients can find acceptance. Bill Shafer shares the story of Dick Boyden and Joan Bender, who started an Our Moment Cafe in The Villages, Florida
Jennifer Field took on a courageous, relentless and ongoing quest to regain the life she nearly lost in a car accident. Hers is an incredible story of resilience, bravery and regrowth.
GrandPad is a tablet specifically designed for older adults, which could also greatly benefit those diagnosed with Alzheimer’s.
Mental illness is not a natural part of aging. There are resources available to help you navigate mental health challenges, just like navigating a physical health event.
Hear Scott Lien’s personal path to founding GrandPad, a tech company designed to make it easier and safer for older adults to get online
Gaming on GrandPad has made it easy for seniors to take advantage of the health benefits that video games can have for older adults.
Amazing things are happening in the world of memory care. Check out four areas of focus you may not have heard much about.
Tai Chi provides physical, mental, spiritual, and social benefits to people of any age. It’s a meditative art form that…
Studies have shown that listening to music can improve overall health and wellbeing as we age. GrandPad has developed a tablet specifically to help seniors get on the internet and easily find their favorite music.
Barry Kerzin is a physician and an ordained Buddhist monk. He says the pressure in our society to choose between science and spirituality is dangerous and divisive. He believes that they can not only coexist but that they must for our own physical and mental wellbeing.