The Cottages Blog

Slowed Walking May Be a Sign of Mental Decline

As we age, our muscles and joints go through many different changes. So it’s not unusual for seniors to slow down a bit when it comes to walking, but for some seniors, slowed walking may ... Read More

5 Online Safety Tips for Seniors

With just about everyone connected online these days, it’s no surprise that hackers, scammers, and more are even more prevalent than ever. So how do you keep yourself safe while browsing ... Read More

Your Job Could Be Protecting Your Brain from Alzheimer's Disease

The job that you have might be one of the many things that’s protecting you from Alzheimer’s disease. Read More

5 Great Resource Guides for Caregivers of Seniors

Close to one third of the US population consists of caregivers who take care of family members or loved ones. If you or someone you love is looking for more information and ... Read More

Weight Management is Key in Seniors' Health

As we age, our eating habits change. Seniors are not as active as younger adults, so their metabolisms adjust accordingly. These changes, combined with the side effects of some ... Read More

A Molecule in Red Wine May Slow the Progression of Alzheimer's

Resveratrol is a molecular compound that is found prominently in red wine. One ... Read More

How You Can Help Your Senior Mom Trust Technology

For many seniors who didn’t grow up with today’s technology, all of the latest gadgets, Read More

Happy 105th Birthday, Ms. Dorothy Levy!

On June 16 of this year, Read More

5 Ways Seniors Can Stay Safe While Enjoying the Summer Sun

We spend a lot of time outdoors during the summertime. While sunshine and fresh air are good for a person at any age, it’s important that seniors know how to stay safe while getting the ... Read More

Personalized Music May Benefit Seniors with Dementia

Many studies have been done on how different types of art can help seniors with dementia. From Read More