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Celebrate Parents' Day with an Intergenerational Road Trip

Parents play an important role in our lives no matter what age we are. They are mentors, teachers, disciplinarians, and some of the people who love us most in the world. July 22 is National Parents’ Day, a holiday that got its start in 1994.

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Why You Are Never Too Old to Benefit from a Smoking Cessation Program

Smoking is a tough habit to break. Seniors who have smoked for decades often feel as if there is no point in even trying to quit because it is too late. They assume the damage to their body has already been done.

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5 Summer Scams That Target Seniors

Door-to-door scams heat up as the mercury rises. During warm spring and summer days, swindlers are more likely to make the rounds. Unfortunately, older adults are often the target of these types of scams.

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How Sports Can Help Grandparents Connect with Their Grandchildren

It can be tough for several generations of a family to find things in common. Spending time together, especially as kids reach their teen years, can be awkward. If families are separated by long distances, finding meaningful ways to bond is important.

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Should You Search for Senior Living near an Adult Child, or Stay Close to Home?

One question that often comes up when an older adult begins the search for a senior living community is what area to look in. When adult children live far away, this can be a tough decision to make.

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34 Sunrise Communities Earn 2018 Silver Quality Award from AHCA/NCAL

We are thrilled to share that 34 Sunrise Senior Living communities were recently recognized with a 2018 Silver—Achievement in Quality Award, bringing Sunrise’s total to 55. The 34 recognized communities span the United States, including 12 in California, seven in Pennsylvania, and five in New York.

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How Does Hearing Loss Impact Independence?

Hearing loss is increasingly common as we grow older. Almost one third of people over the age of 65 have some form of it. After 75, that statistic soars to nearly 50 percent.

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How to Set Realistic Expectations for the First Month after a Move to Senior Living

Packing up and moving away from a home you’ve lived in for many years can be emotional, as can helping a senior loved one make such a move. When an older adult transitions to a senior living community, the change can bring many conflicting emotions. Sadness, fear, excitement, and uncertainty are just a few of the feelings seniors may find themselves experiencing.

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