How Smell and Taste Change as You Age

Article by National Institute on Aging “Did you know that your sense of smell and taste are connected? As you get older, these senses can change, and, like Sally, you may find that certain foods aren’t as flavorful as they used to be. Changes in smell or taste...

Therapy Can Help Those With COPD 

HTS Rehab News – November 2017 Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease or COPD is an umbrella term used to describe progressive lung disease such as emphysema, chronic bronchitis, and non-reversible asthma. People with COPD suffer with continued and increasing...

Reducing Joint Pain in Fall and Winter

Article by Kimberley Fowler, A Place for Mom When the cooler temperatures of fall and winter strike, it is not uncommon to hear complaints about increased joint pain. Some people believe that there is a correlation between fluctuating temperatures and precipitation...

What Is Assisted Living Really Like?

Article by A Place for Mom “Navigating senior living can feel overwhelming for many families as the transition can sometimes be emotional and uncertain. Having an idea of what assisted living offers on a daily basis — including activities, amenities and care —...