Aspen Senior Day Center is Utah Valley’s only senior day care center. We provide engaging activities and a positive experience five days a week for seniors needing memory care.
While we all hope to reach a ripe old age, that goal is not without its share of worries. From physical changes to financial concerns, it can feel like there’s more than enough trouble to go around. However, some of the most common of these stressors are pretty simple to resolve with a few handy tricks up your sleeve.
How to improve your or your elderly loved one’s memory and mental health in a fun way.
Seniors face unique challenges, and we must understand these to make an impactful difference in the lives of those members of our communities.
Going through the grieving process takes time, and the process and timeframe are unique to each person.
As of a 2014 U.S. Administration on Aging study, about 28% of noninstitutionalized older persons in the U.S. lived alone (12.5 million: 8.8 million women, 3.8 million men). And almost half (46%) of older women age 75+ live alone. 46%
With a few preventative measures and a willingness to adjust some traditions, senior citizens can stay healthy and follow their diets, while also having fun with their family members this holiday season.
Keeping up with the latest technology can feel like a full-time job. It seems like more advances are made every day, and it can be difficult to discern what is worthwhile for you and your family. Luckily, among these advances are many wonderful options to make life easier for seniors and those they love.
Alzheimer’s disease is a progressive, irreversible disorder of the brain and the most common form of dementia.
Most seniors think about aging in place in terms of their home, but the community surrounding that home can be just as crucial to safe and healthy aging, as well.