May 20, 2020

Physical Activity Remains Important as We Shelter in Place

Keeping active is an essential component to aging well, but many of us look for any excuse not to exercise. Some are using the current COVID-19 pandemic as one such excuse. “My gym is closed.” “I can’t go outside to run, walk or bike.” “My yoga class has been cancelled.” But staying active during this... Read More
May 10, 2020

Stay Connected with Loved Ones During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Staying connected to those we loved is an essential part of aging well. Numerous studies have shown that socialization helps ward off disease, improves our sense of well-being and even strengthens the brain. People who are more social get sick less and have healthier minds. But during these times, when we’re told to practice social... Read More
April 20, 2020

Bringing Your Loved Ones Home During the COVID-19 Crisis

This is a trying time for everyone in the greater Boston area, but especially for those of us with older relatives and loved ones who are at greater risk of complication from coronavirus. Amid general fear and uncertainty, families with older relatives also feel the burden of ensuring their safety. One big question you might... Read More
April 10, 2020

How Aging Life Care Professionals Offer Emergency Response During This Pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic has created an unprecedented time in our lives and society. This experience is amplified among aging life care professionals because we serve a population that is particularly vulnerable to this disease. We are launching a new series to answer your most frequently asked questions related to care management for your aging or... Read More