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Coping with change

The institution of family as the shelter for aging is gradually being eroded. There are growing examples of children leaving their parents to live elsewhere- be it abroad or to live separately, as is the general trend in the current scenario of our present times.…

Balance your Way Ahead

– Dr. Veronica (PT) – Physiotherapist, Nightingales Trust Bagchi Centre for Active Ageing Balance Problems and Ageing What are Balance Problems? Balance is the ability to maintain equilibrium. If a person is able to control and maintain his or her body’s position comfortably while walking, climbing stairs, standing or even sitting still means...

Find yourself a hobby!

Those nearing retirement or superannuation, look forward to a relaxing life with no work, responsibilities and commitments. But after a few days of having retired, the excitement of not having to go to work or follow a particular routine wears out.…

Things Seniors Can Do To Improve Memory

You don’t have to tolerate forgetfulness.    “What was it I was looking for in the frigde?” “What was it I was supposed to get at the store?” “What’s your name again?” Most of us have had to ask questions like this, and it seems to...