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Flexibility, Choice and Fun Highlight Dining at Wyndemere Senior Living Community

Wyndemere, a senior independent living community in Wheaton, Illinois, has provided residents a unique and flexible independent living experience for more than 20 years. Residents can enjoy their lives to the fullest, within a neighborhood of convenience, companionship, celebration, service, and security. One of the things that makes Wyndemere unique among independent senior living communities …

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CCRCs Have Evolved: Introducing Life Plan Communities

With every new year comes change and new possibilities. Senior living communities are changing, too. As the boomer generation retires — or begins planning to do so, it’s important for those interested to keep track of options. The boomer generation wants to get the most out of every moment. They are active, independent, and looking …

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Top 10 Health and Wellness Websites for Seniors

People in the U.S. are living longer than ever before — an average of 76.3 years for men and 81.2 years for women, according to a December 8, 2016 report released by the National Center for Health Statistics. And the U.S. Census Bureau’s April 25, 2016 report shows that the current population includes 74.9 million …

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Cool Fitness Apps and Gadgets for Seniors

Consistent exercise has been shown to improve senior health, raise energy levels, reduce or manage illness and pain, relieve stress, and even reverse some of the effects of aging. With retirement and health changes, many seniors find themselves with more time to focus on their general well-being. Some seniors may have more time to hit …

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Dementia vs. Alzheimer’s Disease: Know the Difference

While dementia and Alzheimer’s disease share many of the same characteristics, they are not one and the same. In fact, dementia isn’t actually a disease, but rather a collection of symptoms that affect the brain causing challenges with communication and the ability to perform tasks. Alzheimer’s, on the other hand, is a progressive disease that …

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2016 Tax Deduction Tips for Seniors

The IRS defines a “senior” as someone who is age 65 or older. If you fit this bill, you may be able to save some money on your taxes by deducting “senior eligible” items and services as well as receiving credit if you fit specific profiles.Below, we touch on a few key deduction and credit …

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