How to Help Seniors Stay in Their Homes as They Age

The baby boom at the end of World War II created a population explosion in the United States. Many of those “baby boomers” began turning 65 in 2011. As a result, the U.S. population of people aged 65 and over is projected to be 83.7 million by 2050 (almost double 2012’s census estimate of 43.1 […]

Community Celebrations: January/February 2016

In our January/February 2016 issue, we introduced a new section to highlight local businesses’ anniversaries and awards. If your company is celebrating a milestone in 2016, we want to know! Email and your business may appear in our print magazine. Jewell Events Catering 2016 marks Jewell Events Catering’s 49th year in business. Jewell Events […]

Helpful Resources for Caregivers

Caregiving is all about attending to someone else’s needs. Whether that person is your child, friend or parent, taking care of others for an extended period of time can be mentally and physically exhausting. The reality is that many people—mostly women—are responsible for the well-being of their own children plus an aging parent or two. […]

Guide to Aging Well 2015

A Stanford University psychologist named Kelly McGonigal gave a memorable 2013 TED Talk about stress and how it’s been proven to be harmful to health—but only when the stress-sufferer believes that stress is harmful to health. She referenced a study of 30,000 adults who were asked to report their stress levels and to share if […]