The roughly 76 million baby boomers currently in the U.S. are redefining what aging looks like and what it means to be a senior. Because their outlook on aging has a focus on staying physically and mentally fit, senior centers are making changes to attract the boomer population and accommodate their...More
Mindfulness stems from Eastern spirituality, but it has become popular throughout the West among people from a wide variety of backgrounds and beliefs. Studies show that seniors and their caregivers can benefit from the many aspects of mindful meditation that help lower stress and improve an overall...More
Ask a senior activist why they’re still involved with the causes they support, and you’ll most likely get an answer along the lines of, “Being an activist is a lifelong pursuit.” In other words, even when you retire, you don’t simply stop working to help make positive changes in the world.