Aging

Aging is part of life, but it doesn't have to be discouraging. Embrace aging as a reflection of all the wisdom you've accumulated over the years, and look ahead with excitement and joy.
Choir Brings Caregivers and Dementia Patients Together
Stories of Hope for Caregivers

Choir Brings Caregivers and Dementia Patients Together

Several choirs have opened their doors to people with memory loss—and research shows the benefits abound.

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4 Tips to Make Long-Distance Caregiving More Effective
Advice for Caregivers

4 Tips to Make Long-Distance Caregiving More Effective

Bridge the gap with these helpful resources to give the very best of yourself to your loved one.

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4 Ways that Storytelling Benefits Older People and Their Caregivers
Aging Parents

4 Ways that Storytelling Benefits Older People and Their Caregivers

Encouraging older relatives to share their life stories benefits everyone

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Technology Helps Caregivers, But It’s No Substitute for Human Interaction
Advice for Caregivers

Technology Helps Caregivers, But It’s No Substitute for Human Interaction

Cell phones, laptops and other devices can be resources for caregivers

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Caregiving for a Loved One Brings Challenges, But Offers Rewards
Caregiver Stress

Caregiving for a Loved One Brings Challenges, But Offers Rewards

The right resources can help you focus on the more positive aspects on taking care of a loved one

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A smiling senior couple
Living Longer, Living Better

5 Tips for Coping with Age-Related Changes

A chaplain offers practical life advice for changes ranging from retirement to moving

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Grandma Virginia
Living Longer, Living Better

109-Year-Old Woman Joins Harlem Globetrotters for the Holidays

Grandma Virginia traveled with the Globetrotters to a place very close to her heart.

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John R. Paine
Positive Living

Lou Gehrig’s Disease Taught Author John R. Paine to Trust God

In his new book, The Luckiest Man, Paine shares how ALS opened his eyes to the beauty of depending on God.

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5 Things to Know Before a Doctor’s Appointment
Aging Parents

5 Things to Know Before a Doctor’s Appointment

Follow these practical tips to help you and your loved one make the most of your doctor’s visit

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3 Questions to Ask After a Loved One is Diagnosed with Dementia
About Alzheimer's and Dementia

3 Questions to Ask After a Loved One is Diagnosed with Dementia

Talking about what your family member wants is one of the most effective ways to ensure your loved one's wishes are honored

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