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Chris Draper

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Chris is a blogger and avid reader of many genres and is particularly interested in how aging affects our lifestyles. She enjoys music, spending time with her family, both young and old and volunteers part-time as a caregiver to those with chronic pain issues.

3 Factors in Senior Health and Well-Being

The vast majority of seniors live with at least one chronic health condition and many live with more than five. I don't think we...

Additional Travel Tips for Seniors

We have shared a few articles previously on senior travel and wanted to add some more great tips for you since this is the...

4 Great Tips To Manage Senior Depression

Almost a quarter of people age 65 or older suffer from depression. Senior depression. It is one of the major causes of decline in...

Crafty Seniors – A Form of Senior Home Care?

Seniors understand creativity much more than those who are younger. They’ve had years to figure out that being creative isn’t just about becoming famous and...

Seniors Don’t Play Second Fiddle to Anyone

Music is older then any of us and yet some of us have never had or taken the opportunity to learn how to play...

10 Great Tips for Seniors to Beat the Heat!

For most of us this summer has been extremely hot and humid! Record temperatures in many parts of North America. This can make getting outside...

Precious Time Verses Priceless Time

Relationships and spending time with their families are both essential to a senior’s emotional and mental well-being. It can help prevent depression and chase...

8 Great Ideas for Active Seniors

For seniors, any time of year is a great time to start being more active and getting more exercise.  Outdoor sports in particular hold...

Woof Meow – Let’s Talk Pet Therapy!

Animal-assisted therapy, also known as pet therapy, has been used for many years.  Hospital settings use pets to help patients, as do long term...

Mirror, Mirror on the Wall – What Do You See?

Do you see the same person in the mirror that you saw 10 years ago? What do you think when you see a senior? How...