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13 record(s) found for Mature Adult Living.
The New Independents Leave the ‘R’ word out of it. New ideas for housing geared toward mature adults lure them from the nest sooner. Issue: May 2008 Issue Category: Special Sections Author: Kristen Hampshire
Wii! Seniors at retirement communities are flocking to Wii gaming systems to relive old sports memories, get active and keep their minds sharp.byJeannie Robertsdiane bondareff Issue: May 2008 Issue Category: Special Sections
The Art of Successful Snowbirding When you decide to fly south for the winter, you’re faced with a lot of questions: How long to stay? Rent or buy? Veteran snowbirds from Cleveland offer their advice.
Issue: November 2007 Category: Special Sections
Living It Up In Retirement Should you stay at home or move to a retirement community? Either way, there are plenty of ways to stay active and happy in your golden years, plenty of options to help you and plenty of questions to ask.
Issue: May 2007 Issue Category: Special Sections Author: Heide Aungst, photograph of Westlake Village
Gardening for Seniors Tending a garden can keep seniors physically fit and mentally sharp from their 60s into their 90s.
Issue: March 2007 Category: Special Sections Author: Heide Aungst
Social ties are an important part of a senior's healthy life.
Issue: May 2006 Issue Category: Special Sections Author: Jennifer Tolhurst
Seniors and Pets It's hard for the elderly to give up their pets, but furry friends are brightening lives of residents at more and more long-term care facilities.
Issue: May 2005 Issue Category: Special Sections Author: Jeannie Roberts
New Days For Seniors Adult day services offer cost-efficient, nurturing care for the elderly and a respite for caregivers.
Issue: April 2004 Issue Category: Special Sections Author: Jeannie Roberts