Five Sun Safety Tips So You Don’t Get Burned This Summer

June 14, 2019 | Chris Hughes

With the summer months here, whether it’s at a park or one of our state’s popular beaches, we will be spending more time outdoors. However, the Florida heat can be intense. With that in mind, we would like to share with you five tips to stay safe while enjoying the warm temperatures. Camp Out in […]


Practical Mother’s Day Gifts for Senior Moms

May 1, 2019 | Chris Hughes

Finding the perfect gift to thank our mothers for the sacrifices they made to raise us is always top-of-mind at this time of year, with Mother’s Day approaching. The good news is, very few want material gifts. Most senior moms (55 percent) say that they want to spend quality time with their children and families. […]


How to Recognize Signs of Hearing Loss in Seniors

April 19, 2019 | Chris Hughes

While hearing loss in seniors is common – nearly one in every three people over the age of 65 have some type of hearing loss – having hearing loss treated and diagnosed is another story. According to an AARP poll, 47 percent of those surveyed report having untreated hearing loss. That can be dangerous. Studies […]


Study: Sitting in Front of the TV for Prolonged Periods of Time Dangerous for Seniors

March 28, 2019 | Chris Hughes

Did your parents tell you, or did you ever tell your children, that television will rot your brain? Turns out, that may not be far from the truth – for seniors, at least. One study by George Washington University was conducted over a 10-year period, and it concludes that a sedentary lifestyle with low physical […]


How to Take Control of Rising Healthcare Costs

March 8, 2019 | Chris Hughes

Retirement can be an exciting part of life – extra time to pursue new passions and visit new places that you didn’t have time to do when you were working (at least) 40 hours per week. However, medical bills can crimp even the best retirement plans. The average out-of-pocket healthcare costs in 2017 were $10,739 […]