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15 08, 2022

Pay it Forward During Human Kindness Week

2022-08-15T12:35:43-04:00August 15th, 2022|Categories: Human Kindness Week, Kindness, Mindset|Tags: , , , |

  Have you ever wondered how much better the world could be if we were all just a bit kinder?   What if global crises brought out the best in humanity instead of the worst? While that may sound a little kumbaya, there is no doubt that we could all use more happiness and a little less hate. So, why not set a goal for yourself and do one good deed each day during Human Kindness Week, celebrated from August 25th to August 31st? FirstLantic offers ten suggestions for ways that you can help to spread a little bit of goodwill. Adopt a pet You don't have to limit your kindness to humans. Giving a pet a forever home is one way to open your heart. [...]

8 08, 2022

Seven Tips for Seniors Battling Inflation

2022-08-08T14:28:26-04:00August 8th, 2022|Categories: #Stress, Budgets, Inflation, Retirement, Seniors|Tags: , , , , , , |

Inflation is creating difficulties for people globally, but it can create an even more significant hardship for seniors on fixed incomes. There are over 56 million Americans that are 65 years of age and older, and about 12 percent of them live solely on Social Security, which pays an average of $1,658 per month. While payments have increased by 5.9% to account for cost-of-living adjustments, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that the consumer price index jumped 8.3% year-over-year in April. So, if you are a senior living on a fixed income, what can you do to adjust your lifestyle until inflation gets under control? FirstLantic offers five tips that you can put into action today. Consider getting a roommate. While you may think [...]

1 08, 2022

Four Ways to Keep Your Brain Healthy As You Age

2022-08-01T13:45:17-04:00August 1st, 2022|Categories: Aging, Alzheimers, Brain Health, Dementia, Health, Mental Wellness, Mindset|Tags: , , , , , , , , , |

  Have you ever believed the familiar adage that you can't teach an old dog new tricks? That you are simply past the point of being able to learn different things once you reach a certain age?   If you have entertained those thoughts, then FirstLantic has some information that might change your mind. Scientific evidence shows that while for most people, raw mental horsepower declines after the age of 30, knowledge and expertise keep increasing even beyond the age of 80.    Data also suggests that drive and curiosity are catalysts for new skill acquisition, even during late adulthood. And intellectually engaged people tend to be lifelong learners regardless of their age. The more intellectually curious, the more they continue to gain knowledge, including vocabulary. Another study [...]

25 07, 2022

Senior Employees; the Secret Weapon of Successful Businesses

2022-07-26T15:11:56-04:00July 25th, 2022|Categories: Ageism, Business, Careers, Labor Shortage, Older Workers|Tags: , , , , , , , , , |

  How often do you hear a hiring manager from a company say, "We've got to hire older workers." Just taking a guess – but probably not frequently. And yet, older workers could be one of the secret weapons to overcome the labor shortage. While many companies struggle to find qualified employees, Americans over 65 are one of the few demographic groups where employment levels have not recovered to pre-pandemic levels. So, why are companies ignoring this demographic, and why should they make a concerted effort to recruit older workers? FirstLantic explains why a company’s greatest asset may be older workers. First, we don't have to guess why most businesses don't hire older workers. Ageism does exist. A research study on behalf of Deloitte asked [...]

5 07, 2022

Choosing the Right Type of Home Care for Your Loved One

2022-07-05T12:40:13-04:00July 5th, 2022|Categories: Aging, At Home Healthcare, Caregivers, Home Caregivers, Home Companions|Tags: , , , , , , , , |

Part One in a Two-Part Series Mom lives alone, and it’s becoming apparent that she can no longer do specific tasks around the house by herself. While you know she needs help, you want to ensure you find a caregiver you and your mom can trust.   But first, it's essential to determine the type of assistance she needs and then find the person who can best meet those requirements. Unfortunately, many adults struggle with these questions when trying to find the proper home care for their loved ones, and the decision-making process can be overwhelming. Fortunately, FirstLantic, a company devoted to quality home healthcare, provides guidance to make finding the best solution easier. There are many reasons someone needs help at home, ranging from support [...]

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