Exercises for Seniors

Henry is 70 years old. His job used to keep him somewhat active, but since he retired, he finds he spends more time sitting than moving. He wants to add physical activity to his daily routine, but he’s just not sure what he should do or even what kind of exercise he really wants to […]

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VA Planning in Light of the New Rules

The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) provides several types of services to our nation’s veterans, including, but not limited to, healthcare services, home loans, assistance with education and vocational rehab, pensions, life insurance, and burial/memorial benefits. Although the government has provided benefits to our veterans since the Revolutionary War, the VA did not come […]

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Innovations to Improve Aging

Cecelia is 79 and a widow. She has some mobility issues due to an old car accident, but her health is generally good. Her three children, who live in other parts of the country, want her to move into an assisted living facility where she doesn’t have to go up and down the stairs, but […]

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Planning for Today’s Youth

Modern life moves at an exceptionally fast pace, one that our grandparents and great-grandparents could not have imagined in their day. Because of technology and its rapid advances, the youth of today have life challenges and opportunities that their grandparents never had, which should be taken into consideration when planning for the future. Young people […]

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