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Halloween is a holiday for the young and young at heart. It’s a signal that fall has arrived, and the seasons have shifted. And no matter your season of life, it’s always fun to celebrate. Seniors and caregivers can still enjoy the whimsy of Halloween despite physical or mental limitations. Here’s a look at some easy ways for older adults

Exercise is an important activity for people of all ages, but it’s even more crucial for seniors. Regular exercise can help improve your cardiovascular health, strengthen muscles, and boost your mood. According to the CDC, by age 75, about one in three men and one in two women stop engaging in physical activity.
The World Health Organization lists a

As we age, it’s important to take care of all aspects of our lives, from our finances to our physical wellbeing. Staying active is a great way to prevent many health problems that can come with age, and allows us to be less dependent on others for daily activities. Here are a few ways to stay active without overexerting yourself.

It’s no secret seniors are a major target for scammers. In fact, it’s estimated they lose more than $3 billion a year to fraudsters according to a study published by the MetLife Mature Market Institute. Not only are seniors more likely to be targeted, but they’re also likely to lose more money than younger victims on average. While these thieves

Fostering a civil workplace is key to the future of work. As organizations reintroduce their people to the workplace, they must also reckon with social responsibility. It is one thing for management to express a desire for positive social change. It is quite another to “walk the talk” to create a civil work environment.
In this episode with Dan Smolen,

That morning, I was left with the same choice that you probably have been left with at some point in your life.
I could be a victim, or I could rise up and somehow find a place of compassion for those kids. I share my story and these lessons with you because I know that I am not the only

Many of us in the working world dream of retirement — but a good portion of millennials don’t think they’ll ever make it to this phase of life. A recent GOBankingRates survey found that about 1 in 5 millennials (19.6%) believe that they will never be able to retire — and they have legitimate reasons to feel this way.