Senior Life

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Innovation and creativity abound when it comes to pandemic-proof activities

Take a large portion of creativity, add practicality, toss in a dash of fun and a pinch of nostalgia, and

Expert in senior nutrition

Christian Health Care Center’s Clinical Nutrition Manager has joined an elite group of nutritional experts. Carolyn McAdams, RDN, CSG, earned

Make the holidays special for seniors

During the holiday season, seniors often reminisce about Christmases past, while cherishing current family gatherings. For some, though, health conditions

Considering a senior-life community? Here are eight essential questions to ask.

Lifespans in America are increasing, and consequently so, too, are senior communities. Selecting one for you or your loved one

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