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10 Healthy Make-Ahead Meals for Seniors and Caregivers

If you care for a senior loved one, your days are probably very busy. It isn’t uncommon for caregivers to work outside the home while also raising a family of their own. When time is short, eating a well-balanced diet becomes more difficult to do. Convenience foods and fast food restaurants are a quick solution, but they are not usually very healthy.

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Why and How to Avoid Therapeutic Lying to People with Memory Loss

If you know someone with Alzheimer’s or another form of dementia, it can feel challenging at times to connect with your loved one. Whether they ask difficult questions you’re not sure how to answer or focus on events from long ago, it may seem at times like they’re in their own world.

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The Power of the Peach: 6 Health Benefits of Stone Fruits

Summer is a great time to add more fruit to your diet. In most parts of the country, fruit is at its peak during the warmer months of the year. This includes the stone fruits, or fruits with a stone—also known as a pit—inside. They include peaches, nectarines, apricots, plums, and cherries.

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Sunrise Presents $25,000 Check to JVS SoCal at HealthWorks Graduation

A JCPenney employee who patrols the store after work, memorizing the location of items so that she can better assist customers the next day. A loving caregiver for a paraplegic cousin. A recent high school graduate with big dreams for the future.

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How to Celebrate the Older Adults in Your Life

The myths and misconceptions about older adults are too numerous to count. They range from false ideas about seniors and technology to the stereotype that older adults are lonely and grumpy. Spend time at a senior center or a retirement community, and you’ll see otherwise.

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Retirement Success: 5 Factors to Consider to Live Your Best Life

Most of us have a vision of what our retirement years will look like. That vision might include plans to travel, tackle new hobbies, or spend time spoiling the grandchildren. As you finalize your plans to live your best life during retirement, it’s important to remember that where you live matters.

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Financial Self-Defense for Seniors

Scams that target older adults are on the rise, according to the U.S. Department of Justice. Fraudsters believe seniors are more trusting than younger adults and are more likely to have significant financial resources. It’s a combination that makes them an irresistible target for criminals looking for victims.

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Sunrise's Fortified Foods Program Helps Residents Maintain Healthy Weight

A robust diet is key to enjoying a healthy life. But for seniors, a variety of circumstances can make it challenging to eat the full amount of recommended nutrients that our aging bodies need each day. This can lead to loss of weight, which may affect a senior’s overall health and quality of life.

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