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Fitness for Seniors

 Posted by Alan Sack on February 7, 2018 at 12:42 PM

There's no better time than now to up your fitness game!

If it's been awhile since you've been physically active, you may want to check with your doctor first to get a list of approved moves. Also, start slow! You'll get faster and stronger with time. Walking just 10 minutes a day can improve your endurance, balance, strength and flexibility. Gradually increase those 10 minutes until you can get to 30 minutes a day.

#ElderCareChat Recap - OurParents.com

 Posted by Alan Sack on January 25, 2018 at 12:54 PM
Caring Transitions was pleased to join last week's #ElderCareChat, with President Chris Seman serving as an expert panelist. Seman engaged participants in an informative Twitter conversation about how to rightsize for senior living. The hour-long #ElderCareChat highlighted Caring Transitions' work in helping seniors organize, pack, de-clutter, move, and resettle into a new space. The topic was inspired by a recent blog post in which Caring Transi...

Moving Seniors in the Winter

 Posted by Alan Sack on January 12, 2018 at 4:23 PM
If the harsh winter season has proven that it's time for a senior to move, it can be overwhelming to think of doing the move in the cold, snow, and ice. Icy sidewalks, bulky coats, and snow piles can hinder an already hard job of packing and loading up.

How to Declutter with Liquidation in Mind

 Posted by Alan Sack on January 11, 2018 at 8:10 AM
As you make a house your home, many households acquire a plethora of items over time. Eventually you may find yourself saturated in clutter. Starting the declutter process to a clean and orderly home can feel daunting when you have an entire house to go through. Often with decluttering, you find items that are in excellent shape yet no longer have use in your home. These items may be great for liquidation. We have put together a few tips and tric...

Planning to Downsize or Rightsize?

 Posted by Alan Sack on January 11, 2018 at 8:04 AM
As life changes, so does our use of space. For every milestone in our life, we use space differently. Whether you’re welcoming a new child, or proudly in the empty nest phase you may have decided the space you are in is no longer right for your needs. Preparing for a new rightsized space can be an overwhelming prospect. Planning for your move can help you manage the process over time. In preparation of a downsize or rightsize here are a few items...

Ready to Move?

 Posted by Alan Sack on January 11, 2018 at 8:02 AM
You’ve made the brave decision to move into a new place this year. The hardest part for many people is getting started on what that move looks like after you’ve found your new residence. Moving can be both a physical and psychological process. From furniture pieces and photos that hold memories, to deciding what to purge, to the labor it takes to move each item, a plan can help simplify the moving process for anyone. We’ve gathered knowledge fr...

Saving Money Buying Used

 Posted by Alan Sack on January 5, 2018 at 4:20 PM

If the post-Christmas shopping has your budget seeing red, there are some ways to change your shopping habits and save some money!

Buying things secondhand or slightly used is a great way to get expensive things for cheap.  Have you ever shopped our Caring Transitions online auctions or estate sales?  Our sales are often loaded with high-end brand names for a fraction of the price.

Making Healthy Changes in the New Year

 Posted by Alan Sack on December 29, 2017 at 8:46 PM
A new year is a time to evaluate your lifestyle, and make some small changes towards a healthier way of living. Here are 10 things seniors can do in the new year that will benefit all aspects of their life!

Celebrating the New Year!

 Posted by Alan Sack on December 26, 2017 at 8:52 PM
It's almost time to put on the party hats, pour the bubbly, and celebrate the turn of the year. Here are a few ways aging adults can join in on the fun!

Checking on Your Aging Relatives at the Holidays

 Posted by Alan Sack on December 8, 2017 at 8:43 PM
If you're going home for the holidays, and want to find out how your aging relatives are doing, there are a few places to check for warning signs. Seniors may not always be forthcoming with how they're really doing, for fear of needing to move or receive more care. 
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