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27 July, 2016

Tips for Moving into a Retirement Community

When moving into a retirement community, or even just a new place in general, you may find yourself in a stressful situation.

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20 July, 2016

Maple Syrup Fun Facts

How many gallons of maple syrup are produced in New Hampshire each year?

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13 July, 2016

5 Stops to Make in Wolfeboro

Al Stevens, a transportation driver at Sugar Hill, knows some of the best spots to stop in Wolfeboro.

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30 June, 2016

The Privacy and Social Benefits of Independent Living - The Best of Both Worlds

A recent Bloomberg article, “Tiny Houses Big With U.S. Owners Seeking Economic Freedom,” highlights the trend to purchase smaller homes and downsize living space in the United States. The trend is gaining momentum across the nation because it minimizes expenses, maintains privacy, and maximizes financial and personal freedom. Downsizing to a smaller living space is especially appealing for seniors, who want a comfortable home without all the housework.

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15 June, 2016

Aging: What to Expect of Your Body

Your body changes as you age, and so do your health needs. Aging affects human physiology, including your cardiovascular, musculoskeletal, and digestive systems as well as your memory, cognitive function and urinary tract. Your health care needs change in response to these physiological effects of aging.

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25 May, 2016

Reducing Stress During Retirement

Four keys to lowering any stress is to tackle your “stressors,” have an attitude of gratitude, accept people and be kind to yourself, says Amit Sood, author of The Mayo Clinic Guide to Stress-Free Living.

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18 May, 2016

Home Safety Tips for Older Adults

No matter where you live, there are certain home safety tips all older adults should know. In fact, falls and burns are among the most common home accidents for older adults.

Here’s what you need to do to stay safe.

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4 May, 2016

The One Social Element We All Need

“Aging in community is not new,” writes Janice Blanchard in the American Society of Aging’s journal Generations.

At the turn of the 20th century, a person could expect to live and die in their own home and community, with family, friends and neighbors providing support as needed (Cassel and Demel, 2001). Of course, the average life expectancy in 1900 was only 49 years old.

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27 April, 2016

The Social Heart of Sugar Hill

The social heart of Sugar Hill is the main recreational building. It’s always beating with chatter, laughter and activities as friends and family converge.

Whether sharing a meal in the dining room, taking an exercise class, watching a movie of having a cup of joe in the coffee shop, residents and their family are free to do as much, or as little, as they wish. A monthly activities calendar is kept full so there is always something to do or see!

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20 April, 2016

40 Things to Do in Wolfeboro

Just one visit to Wolfeboro, New Hampshire, and you’ll understand why many make this charming resort community their home.

Known as the “Oldest Summer Resort in America,” Wolfeboro offers the perfect blend of outdoor recreation and cultural activities. Set on the shores of Lake Winnipesaukee, this charming New England town offers abundant outdoor pursuits for the active senior adult.

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