Tag Archives: baby boomers

  • Aging in Place Workbook

    Posted on December 6, 2010 by in Featured

    The ability to age in place is important for seniors as well as baby boomers.  Simply said, aging in place is as it sounds; it’s the ability to remain in one’s home safely, functionally, and independently as long as possible.  Baby boomers make up 28% of the US population and own 48% of all homes.  […]

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  • Technology in The Suite: No-Bend Toenail Clipper

    Posted on December 3, 2010 by in Technology in the suite

    Technology in The Suite:  Caring for your feet is very important, however, aging adults including people with arthritis and or back problems may have a hard time bending to clip their toenails.  This No-bend toenail clipper may do the trick.  It has a 16” handle is rust and mildew proof.  They can be purchased online […]

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  • Clean on

    Posted on October 20, 2010 by in Tip of the Week

    Have company coming over this weekend and need to start cleaning?  Well, here’s a good cleaning tip that will help you, your back, and your joints.  Use long handled cleaning tools when possible to reduce the amount of bending and reaching you do when cleaning.

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    Aging in Place Week

    Posted on October 11, 2010 by in Featured

    National Aging in Place week first started in 2003 when the National Aging in Place Council designated a week in the fall for families to discuss livability issues.  Today is the first day of National Aging in Place week 2010.  So you may be asking, what’s aging in place?  Simply said, the ability to age […]

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