RECENT POSTS IN February, 2020
We all want to encourage older folks to stay engaged in the community, to be up-to-date on topics, events, and social conversations – yet at the same time, it’s okay to worry that technology, and scams, in particular, might outpace their ability to resist.Posted By Oasis Senior Advisors Continue Reading
In another sign of our country’s aging demographic, emergency rooms are being created or renovated to better care for older adults.
The issue is that the traditional ERs we’ve come to know, or seen on TV, wasn’t designed for frail, older adults. They were designed for people suffering from heart attacks, gunshot wounds, car crashes and the like. For many seniors, going to the ER can be a traumatic, even dangerousPosted By Oasis Senior Advisors Continue Reading
February is American Health Month as recognized by the American Heart Association. It’s a time to educate people about heart disease, which is the leading cause of death for men and women in the United States. Every year, 1 in 4 deaths is caused by heart disease. The good news is that heart disease can often be prevented when people make healthy choices and manage their health conditions.Posted By Oasis Senior Advisors Continue Reading
Dust off that game of Clue and dig out those playing cards, as new research is showing that playing board games and cards may hold off cognitive decline in older adults.Posted By Oasis Senior Advisors Continue Reading