Posts Tagged ‘problem solving’

Support Groups & Classes offered at Northridge

As family caregivers, we know that life can get tough. Personal care, grocery shopping, doctors appointments, housekeeping – and that is just for one of the homes you manage. We don’t think anyone should do it alone, and why should you when there are local resources available! We recently came into contact with Marijo Swanson,

Ways to Prevent: Senior Isolation

There are many benefits we experience everyday with our active, social lives that we don’t even realize we have. From the physical benefits of just being able to get up and go, to the emotional benefits of visiting someone and seeing a happy face, we may not notice that these are the things to contribute

September is National Aging Month!

  As aging is inevitable, there are ways to stay sharp, keep your mind active, and continue cognitive growth. As with any type of exercise, keeping yourself active will strengthen the muscles you are working. To keep your mind active at any age, start with the foundations of learning; reading, writing, and problem solving. Read: