As we age, our social description of our demographic seems to shift. We go from teen, to young adult to middle age and then we hit the arena of the retirement years term. We need terms that mature people can embrace. It’s similar to when people first become Grandparents. Many seems to struggle with the term
With summer break in full force, parents of middle and high school age children often find themselves looking for activities to fill their teens days with. We at Summerset celebrate our Veterans and truly enjoy the amazing conversations we have with our Veteran residents daily. Many Veterans truly enjoy talking about their time in
Welcome to June – here are ideas to stay busy while indoors staying cool this summer. Grab a new book Summer is a great time to start a new book. Or, a nice alternative to reading is to consider audio books. Local libraries usually have multiple options of Books on Tape or CD’s or there
With Memorial Day approaching this weekend, we would like to honor our veterans as we thank them for their service everyday. It is a day when we honor those who have given their lives in defense of our country, not be confused with Veterans Day, which honors everyone who has served in U.S. military. Memorial
Many studies have looked at the benefits of a number of various creative and artistic activities for seniors. It’s been shown that engaging in a creative hobby helps reduce the risk of dementia and preserve memory. Painting and drawing would obviously make use of one’s imagination allowing to create vivid images of houses, people, and
Pour me a glass please… You may have heard about resveratrol, a compound in red wine and grape juice that seems to slow aging. Speculation from various studies online found that resveratrol-fed mice had stronger bones and better motor coordination, and showed fewer “old age” problems like heart disease, inflammation, and cataracts.