The Fountain of Youth is a fairytale concept. The only real way to stay young, or at least look and feel less than your age, is through daily exercise. Even moderate exercise can shave years off your age, no matter how many times you’ve blown the candles out on a birthday cake.
The only real problem with a daily fitness regime, especially for approaching an advanced age, is that just the mere mention of the word “exercise” sends people into a panic. But here are some things to keep in mind before putting a foot in your running shoes.
Exercise Doesn’t Always Mean “Gym”…
This is the first post in our series about the potential for rich life transformation for Boomers and Seniors through the natural occurrence of loss and grief. A loss is a part of life and everyone will inevitably experience it at some point. A big challenge many face understanding the loss, accepting the grief and powering up to move toward a new reality…sometimes maybe even a better one. So, it is about life transitions, but more than that.
One of the Friends Life Care Care Coordinators brings this heart-warming story. It is about the sense of loss associate…
Each quarter of each year, we hold member meetings. They give members a chance to hear the latest news from Friends Life Care, to learn more about matters related to healthy aging and to engage with the Friends Life Care team and other members. In spring 2017, the member meetings will focus on discussions about the potential for incredibly rich life transformation through the natural process of loss and grief. This includes life transitions but is bigger than that. Our wellness and care coordinators told us that this is something many people were asking to talk more about. …
(January 9, 2017) Plymouth Meeting, PA – Friends Life Care Partners is pleased to announce that it has entered into an agreement with SpiriTrust Lutheran® of York to co-brand and launch a Continuing Care at Home (CCAH) program. This arrangement will allow both organizations to expand their missions through innovative and exceptional senior services and care. The program, launching in early 2017, will give older adults another option to remain living at home longer.
“We are delighted to join resources with SpiriTrust Lutheran and bring our distinctive services to the…
What are you wearing?
Me — I’m rocking a red dress to participate in National Wear Red Day ® . The American Heart Association ® created “Go Red for Women”. The goal is to raise awareness that heart disease is the number one killer of women and to explain that there are real, tangible things that you can do to
help prevent this problem. Today, I’m wearing red, but I am going to eat something orange. And I don’t even care if it clashes with my out
“Food is love”
I really enjoy cooking and baking and sharing recipes. I grew up in a fami…