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Sitting Disease: How to Avoid it In Your Facility

By Heather Brown
June 24, 2016

Sitting disease is a new type of disease that is recognized by the scientific community but not yet by the medical community as a diagnosable disease according to juststand.org. This disease is seen in individuals that are not active daily and spend the majority of their day sitting. According the American Journal of Epidemiology, “the ...

Fall Prevention On The Rise

By Heather Brown
March 16, 2016

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the number of adults who have died from falls between the time frame of 2000 and 2013 have more than doubled in numbers from 10,273 to 25,464. More than millions are injured, and the medical costs of falling now run more than $30 billion a year ...

Charity Miles: A New Fundraising App

By Heather Brown
September 02, 2015

Donating to charities is a way to help organizations grow, succeed, and help others in need. One of the ways you can help, stay healthy, and help earn funds for charity or a special cause such as Alzheimer’s disease is by using a new fundraising app called, “Charity Miles.” What is Charity Miles? Charity Miles helps ...

How Dance Can Effect and Help Your Residents

By Heather Brown
May 15, 2015

No matter if one does it for exercise or sport, dancing is one of the best ways for people of any age to stay fit. Indeed, no matter if you are 5 or 105, dancing is a great activity for the entire family. That being said, for those who have may need help motivating an ...

Exercise Routines for Seniors

By brian barrick
June 25, 2012

Have you heard exercise is essential for seniors, but you don’t know where to start with your residents? You’re not alone. Many older adults feel discouraged by physical exercise, such as chronic health conditions or fear of injury or falls. If your residents have never exercised before, they may not know where to begin. Here ...