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Monthly Archive:: March 2015

Buying a cane for someone else?
What you need to know.

You may not have realized it, but buying a cane is a very personal decision. A cane becomes an extension of the user’s body – thus size, style, fit and comfort are all essential to the (dare we say) “relationship” that develops between user and cane. From a folding cane to one that pivots for

Top 3 ways to stay mobile.

Getting older does not have to mean giving up the freedom and liveliness that you love. One of the most important aspects of maintaining independence is the ability to walk, with or without a cane or other device, as long as you do not need the assistance of others to get around. If you do

Healthy snacks for boosting your daily walk.

Many seniors look forward to the routine of a daily walk with their folding cane. It’s the perfect opportunity to go outside, enjoy some fresh air, get your body moving, and let the sun shine on your face. You can make your walk even more enjoyable by eating a delicious snack before you go or

How To Tell Your Stubborn Dad He Needs A Cane

Words are marvelous things. You say your dad is stubborn to refuse the help provided by a cane. Dad says he is independent. The results can be the same—Dad risks a bad fall, your anxiety grows—but the words indicate vastly different views of the same issue. Convincing your stubborn father that he needs a cane

Caring for your parents driving you nuts?
Here’s a couple tips

Caring for your aging parents provides its own challenges and even rewards at times. You are able to give back and in many ways deepen your relationship with your parents. At the same time, you may find yourself frustrated and at your wits’ end, dealing with resistance, health issues, financial responsibility and more. Sometimes, you

Don’t be a Baby Boomer. Be a Baby ZOOMER!

According to the United States Department of Health and Human Services, about 13 percent of the people living in the country are considered “older.” For the government’s purposes, “older” is defined as anyone who is 65 and up. The government also says that more than one-third of older Americans have some type of disability. Many

5 Tips for Improving Wellness as We Age

The mental and physical challenges of age sometimes prevent us from experiencing vital health well into our senior years. Here are five quick tips you can use to improve wellness as you age, so you can enjoy life to the full. 1. Retain Mobility Experts agree that one key to longevity and wellness is to

Suffering from loss of balance?

Balance disorders can happen to anyone, but the elderly seem to suffer from this condition the most. This is because as the body ages, the body’s systems begin to slow down causing the body’s senses to perform poorly. In order for there to be balance within the body, your visual system, vestibular system, and preconception

How Walking Impacts Diabetes

With the startling prevalence of diabetes in the U.S. and the disease’s many complications, it’s no wonder that many of those afflicted are at a loss as to how to tackle the problem. That’s 10 percent of America and 26 percent of its senior citizens drastically searching for a solution, according to the American Diabetes

Skeptical You Need a Cane?
Answer These 3 Key Questions

The only thing worse than getting old is not getting old, if you understand my meaning. Still, many of us fight the fact by denying ourselves some of the most useful tools because we think they make us look old. At some point, you will have to face the fact that a cane or other