Senior Life

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Age of fraud: Senior scams

“Hi, grandma! Guess who this is!” Betty held the phone, hesitated a moment, and then said, “Bobby? Is that you?”

Easy Steps to Prevent Falls

Tripping on a rug or slipping on a wet floor can have catastrophic results, particularly for seniors. Among individuals 65

Love stories continue at CHCC

Everyone loves a good love story, especially this time of year. Films like “The Notebook,” “When Harry Met Sally,” “An

The Power of Music in Dementia Care

A client at Christian Health Care Adult Day Services of Wyckoff was reluctant to participate in activities due to limitations

Older Adults: Myth vs. Reality

Think that aging means becoming frail, helpless, and lonely? Think again! Myth: Once you hit 60, your health declines, and

How do you talk to aging loved ones about moving?

Diane Stevens’ parents were high-school sweethearts. They married in 1957, moved from the city and settled in the suburbs, raised

Common Questions About Assisted Living

The Longview, North Jersey’s premier assisted-living residence, offers personalized, compassionate care in a community that fosters independence by providing support

CHCC Raises Awareness Against Senior Bullying

A trend on the rise among individuals 65 and older is one seldom associated with this population. Across America, one

The Aging Brain… Are you noticing any changes?

Age-related memory loss is common and usually limited to difficulty recalling recently learned information, missing a monthly payment, forgetting what

It was a great year at Siena Village and Summer Hill of Wayne.

Siena Village and Summer Hill of Wayne 2018 successes and celebrations The third annual Siena Village/Summer Hill/Sisco Village barbecue was