Senior Living Blog - September, 2018

Those diagnosed with dementia or Alzheimer's often are reluctant to take their medicines. They may be confused, afraid, or feel that they are not in control of the situation. Yet, taking the recommended medicine on a consistent basis is important for maintaining optimal health. What are some tips to help give medicine to seniors so the process is easier and less stressful? read more

Living the KIHEI, HAWAII LifeStyle

Published September 22, 2018 by Donna Mae Scheib

One step onto the soft, sugar white sand of Kalama Beach and it easy to understand why Hawaiian monarchs chose this magnificent location as their royal retreat for centuries. Kalama Beach is just one of the fabulous beach-combing territories in Kihei, Hawaii. read more

Aging and Living Alone

Published September 09, 2018 by Donna Mae Scheib

According to the Pew Research Center, there are 12 million Americans over the age of 65 that live alone. The majority of this population is women (69%) while older men are more likely to be living with a spouse. 48% of older men and 71% of women reported being satisfied with the number of friends that they have while living alone. While both of these percentages are high, it is important to consider seniors who are not satisfied with their social life and relationships. read more

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