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Healthy Aging

Growing older is a natural part of life. By staying active, eating healthy, keeping your brain engaged, and preserving your social connections, you can live a long, healthy life.

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Emotional and mental well-being

To protect and improve your mental sharpness, keep your brain active. Try something new that you enjoy! Attend an educational workshop, play scrabble or Sudoku, or learn a card game with friends. Staying connected with others can help you stay balanced and build resilience. If you need support for your mental and emotional well-being, we have a community for you.


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Preventing falls

Staying active and checking your home for fall and trip hazards can help you extend your independence. Stay safe with these tips:

  • Do exercises for strength and balance
  • Have your vision and hearing checked regularly
  • Remove calluses or corns from your feet
  • Take your time getting up from a chair or your bed
  • Drink plenty of water
  • Visit to learn more about the Lively Mobile Plus Personal Emergency Response System
  • Contact a family member or friend every day
  • Stay safe while bathing
  • Know how to take your medicines

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It’s normal to have issues with urinary incontinence as you age. Ask your doctor about special exercises, called Kegels, to strengthen the muscles that support your bladder. To do Kegels, contract the muscles you use to stop urinating. Squeeze for 3 seconds and then relax for 3 seconds. Repeat 10 to 15 times, at least 3 times a day.

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4 ways to feel your best at any age

Eat healthy

Eat healthy

Move more

Move more

Make connections

Make connections

Keep a positive attitude

Keep a
positive attitude

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