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Matt Boyle

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Volunteering In Your Retirement

Posted by Matt Boyle on Sep 7, 2018 11:00:00 AM
 

One of the most looming questions people have in retirement is what to do with their oodles of newfound time. With careers in the rear-view mirror, seniors commonly waste their golden years away. Finding purpose in retirement can be difficult, however finding fulfilling work isn’t impossible. Volunteering is a wonderful senior activity for individuals to get out in the community and find purpose in what they do. Whether it be volunteering at a 5k or a soup kitchen, there’s a multitude of ways for seniors to participate in the community and positively impact those around them.

 

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Topics: Senior Activities

Is Your Home Safe for Seniors?

Posted by Matt Boyle on Jul 25, 2018 11:00:00 AM
 

Deciding to have a senior stay in your residence can be a monumental decision that requires a lot of planning and consideration before you commit. Elderly people often have unforeseen medical complications and require assistance in getting daily tasks completed. Before you decide to take on the responsibility of taking care of an elderly relative or friend, consider the following ways your house may not be prepared to accommodate their specific needs.

 

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Topics: Senior Tips

Financial Planning Tips For Seniors

Posted by Matt Boyle on Jun 4, 2018 11:00:00 AM
 

Getting older often presents a new set of changes and challenges in the lives of those affected. You’ve most likely spent most of your adult life living near your financial means, saving for the day you might retire. But now that you’ve reached this pinnacle age, you might be asking yourself if you should make any changes to the way you handle money.

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Topics: financial planning

How to Choose a Senior Living Community

Posted by Matt Boyle on Apr 27, 2018 11:00:00 AM

 

The process of choosing a senior living community begins when you start to notice changes concerning a loved one. Maybe they no longer want the trouble of having to maintain a house. Or perhaps you find that they are often alone and in need of social interaction. This could also coincide with significant episodes concerning memory loss, driving ability, decreased mobility, or overall difficulty accomplishing menial tasks. Eventually, the conversation has to become directed towards a new path. It's time to decide whether or not it is time to consider a senior living facility for your loved one.

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Topics: Senior living community

The Importance of Senior Fitness & Health

Posted by Matt Boyle on Apr 25, 2018 11:00:00 AM

 

For anyone, staying in shape is a positive way to keep happy and healthy-Senior fitness is a great way to obtain that goal. It’s also an excellent method for lowering risk of adverse health conditions such as heart disease, obesity, and even anxiety and depression. Regularly scheduled physical activities are even more important for persons at an advanced age level. Staying active can improve quality of life for seniors, reduce risk of falling injuries and improve mental perception. In order to live long, productive lives, it’s important for seniors to keep their bodies moving, fueled with the right substances, and achieving adequate sleep.

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Topics: Senior Fitness

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