Category Archives: Blog

Daily Moderate Exercise Increases Senior Mobility

Health professionals have long maintained that for older adults, physical activity is important for keeping good health. Now, a new study demonstrates just how important it is. According to research led by the University of Florida and the University of … Continue reading

Posted in Blog | Comments Off on Daily Moderate Exercise Increases Senior Mobility

Depression in Older Adults

May is mental health month, and the changes that often come in later life—retirement, the death of loved ones, increased isolation, medical problems—can lead to depression. Depression prevents you from enjoying life like you used to. But its effects go … Continue reading

Posted in Blog | Comments Off on Depression in Older Adults

Caring for Horses May Ease Symptoms of Alzheimer’s

More than 5 million people in the US are living with Alzheimer’s disease. Now, a new study from Ohio State University suggests an activity that may ease symptoms of the condition; caring for horses. Such activity is known as equine … Continue reading

Posted in Blog | Comments Off on Caring for Horses May Ease Symptoms of Alzheimer’s

May is Skin Cancer Prevention and Detection Month

Did you know that sunburns and even suntans may increase your chance of skin cancer? Try to limit your time in the sun, and seek shade when you can. When you must be in the sun, choose clothing that covers your … Continue reading

Posted in Blog | Comments Off on May is Skin Cancer Prevention and Detection Month

Homemade Granola Bars

Just let your guests enjoy the chewiness of the oats and dense chocolate flavor from the highest-quality dark chocolate you can find. Ingredients 1 large egg 1/2 cup fat-free yogurt (plain or vanilla) 1/2 cup Splenda brown sugar blend 1-1/2 … Continue reading

Posted in Blog | Comments Off on Homemade Granola Bars

Balancing Exercise and Work

Another morning comes and you miss your alarm to get up to exercise. You get up, get dressed and head to work for another day. While you tell yourself that you’ll exercise AFTER work, you’re running late and still have … Continue reading

Posted in Blog | Comments Off on Balancing Exercise and Work

10 Simple Steps to Get Fit

You can become more active — even if you’ve been a couch potato for much of the year. I’ve got some advice to help you get moving and stay moving: 1.  Don’t try to do too much too soon A … Continue reading

Posted in Blog | Comments Off on 10 Simple Steps to Get Fit

Preventing the Winter Blues

The wild winter weather across much of the country is keeping many people indoors more than they would like, and being stuck inside can be a particular problem for seniors living alone– putting their mental, emotional, and even physical health at … Continue reading

Posted in Blog | Comments Off on Preventing the Winter Blues

American Heart Month

February 2014 is the 50th anniversary of American Heart Month. The idea is to increase awareness that heart disease is the nation’s number 1 killer, claiming more lives than an all forms of cancer combined. Learn more about congestive heart … Continue reading

Posted in Blog | Comments Off on American Heart Month

Stay Healthy Year Round

Is your resolution falling to the end of your priorities because of your busy schedule? Click here for simple ways to stay healthy from month to month, January to December.  

Posted in Blog | Comments Off on Stay Healthy Year Round
Online Application Form

* Denotes required field

* First Name

* Last Name

* Address 1

Address 2

* City

* State

* Zip Code

* Home Phone

Mobile Phone

* Email

Attach Cover Letter

Attach Resume

Please leave this field empty.

×