Avoiding Dementia Is Not Purely a Matter of Genetics; Tips for Better Brain Health

Brain health is something most people tend to take for granted. When brains are functioning as they should, the average person does not think about ways to improve or avoid harming our brains. Yet, when a problem with cognitive skills or memory develops, many wish they had known more about brain health techniques. According to Read more about Avoiding Dementia Is Not Purely a Matter of Genetics; Tips for Better Brain Health[…]

Take Steps to Boost Heart Health this American Heart Month

In December of 1963, President Lyndon B. Johnson proclaimed the month of February as American Heart Month. In his remarks, he exhorted Americans “to give heed to the nationwide problem of the heart and blood-vessel diseases, and to support the programs required to bring about its solution.” Much has changed since Johnson’s stark call-to-action heightened Read more about Take Steps to Boost Heart Health this American Heart Month[…]

Employees Caring for Aging Parents Should Understand Their Rights

Working adults who find themselves caring for aging parents will likely face heightened workplace stress. Research has found that these employees often don’t have access to options that would allow them the flexibility to do their jobs and provide care for their aging relatives. As a result, they report feeling as though their job security is Read more about Employees Caring for Aging Parents Should Understand Their Rights[…]

Home for the Holidays: What to Look for with Older Adult Family Members

During the holiday season, many of us visit or are visited by our aging parents or relatives—often for the first time in months. Having awareness about specific changes in older adults that might be cause for concern is knowledge that can benefit all involved. This year, when gathering with your family for Chanukah or other Read more about Home for the Holidays: What to Look for with Older Adult Family Members[…]

Information and Referral Day: Honoring Those Who Daily Provide Peace of Mind

Every day, across the country, thousands of professionals and volunteers successfully link people in need of assistance to the programs, services, and nonprofit organizations that can best deliver it. These critical links, which are typically free to access and use, are accomplished through a powerful network of interconnected people and agencies, collectively known as the Read more about Information and Referral Day: Honoring Those Who Daily Provide Peace of Mind[…]

Lack of Mobility, Knowledge of Food Resources Contribute to Improper Nutrition in Older Adults

Lack of proper nutrition can cause a snowball effect of challenges for those 60 and older, yet according to National Council on Aging, one in every six older adults cannot meet their nutritional needs. National Nutrition Month in March is an opportunity to evaluate the important role diet plays in the lives of older adults, Read more about Lack of Mobility, Knowledge of Food Resources Contribute to Improper Nutrition in Older Adults[…]

Save the Date! Mayerson JCC, AARP Free Tax Prep Registration Opens Jan. 8

As we begin a new year, it’s time to think about filing your taxes. This can be a confusing and time-consuming, not to mention expensive, task. The Mayerson JCC, however, can help those 50 and better file their 2017 tax returns. The J offers free Federal and State of Ohio tax assistance from American Association Read more about Save the Date! Mayerson JCC, AARP Free Tax Prep Registration Opens Jan. 8[…]