Brookdale Blogs

Tech Tips: Choosing the Right Social Media Platform

Christopher Leech August 16, 2017

Social media may seem like a fad for younger generations, but Pew Research shows that 69 percent of adults are active online. In fact, 34 percent of people 65 and ... Read more

Allure Takes a Stand Against Ageism, but We Still Have Far to Go

Carol Cummings, BSN, RN August 15, 2017

This week, Allure Magazine announced that they will no longer use the term “anti-aging” in their publication. Their motivation is valid; anything you have to preface with “anti” must be ... Read more

Understanding the Fall Risks that Come with Aging

Kim Estes August 14, 2017

As a mom, I vividly remember watching my kids take many falls. From their first shaky steps to rambunctious high school basketball games, I was always impressed when they got ... Read more

Is Creativity More Than an Art? Science Seems to Think So

Brookdale Senior Living August 09, 2017

Plenty of research has been done on creativity and how it affects our brains, our moods, even our longevity. Is it any wonder we’ve come to discover there is a ... Read more

You're Never Too Old to Color

Brookdale Senior Living August 07, 2017

Coloring books aren’t just made for children any more. People of all ages have discovered the calming, relaxing and therapeutic benefits from coloring books. Especially, Vivian Barth. Otherwise known is ... Read more

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