Providence Senior's Health Team

From how to identify and treat heart diseases to exercise tips to maintain an active lifestyle, the Providence Senior's Health team is committed to providing real-world advice that is hyper-relevant to helping those 65+ find ways stay young at heart

  • Home healthcare could be the right choice for you

    Home healthcare could be the right choice for you

    There’s no place like home for healthcare Home healthcare could be the right choice for you or a loved one who wants to stay at home but needs ongoing care. Why home healthcare could be the...

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  • The ABCDs of Medicare: An overview

    The ABCDs of Medicare: An overview

    There’s a lot to learn about Medicare, starting with the different parts (plans): ABC and D. Read on for an overview of Medicare plans and an invitation to learn more at a free class. An...

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  • For people with Alzheimer's, music brings sweet memories

    For people with Alzheimer's, music brings sweet memories

    Alzheimer’s Awareness Month is a reminder that research is still needed to find a cure. In the meantime, music can bring joy to people with Alzheimer’s. Learn how melody can help with...

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  • Senior skin or health concern? Five reasons to see a dermatologist.

    Senior skin or health concern? Five reasons to see a dermatologist.

    Learn more about the impact of age on your skin and five reasons it might be time to see a dermatologist. Everyone’s skin changes as they get older. For some it starts with a few dark spots...

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  • Physical therapy after joint replacement

    Physical therapy after joint replacement

    Physical therapy after joint replacement can help speed your recovery and get you back to your daily activities faster with less pain. [3 MIN READ] Whether it’s a creaky knee, a balky hip or a...

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  • Keep smiling: Study links optimism to longevity

    Keep smiling: Study links optimism to longevity

    Researchers have found that optimistic men and women tend to live longer lives. So, put on a smile – it might last into the next decade. [3 MIN READ] You can’t have a rainbow without rain....

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  • Advance care planning series: Complete

    Advance care planning series: Complete

    Last in a four-part series outlining the basics of advance care planning: Think, Talk, Choose, Complete [3 MIN READ] Advance care planning is not always an easy process. If you’ve been...

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  • Advance care planning series: Choose

    Advance care planning series: Choose

    Third in a four-part series outlining the basics of advance care planning: Think, Talk, Choose, Complete [4 MIN READ] Over the past two months, we’ve walked you through the early stages of...

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  • Five secrets for aging gracefully

    Five secrets for aging gracefully

    If you comfortably call yourself a senior citizen, you’ve probably heard all the standard truisms more than once: Age is just a number. You’re only as young as you feel. These are your golden...

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  • Advance care planning series: Talk

    Advance care planning series: Talk

    Second in a four-part series outlining the basics of advance care planning: Think, Talk, Choose, Complete [3 MIN READ] Advance care planning is not the easiest subject to talk about, but...

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  • Four Medications That Can Affect Your Memory

    Four Medications That Can Affect Your Memory

    Memory concerns are not uncommon as you age. You forget where you left your keys or the name of someone you met recently. Maybe you can’t always remember what it is you’re looking for if too much...

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  • Incontinence and What It Could Mean

    Incontinence and What It Could Mean

    Learn more about the different forms of urinary incontinence and how to recognize the signs of each [4 MIN READ] If you are “of a certain age,” you’re probably familiar with the little...

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