The Asbury Perspective

Well-being and Retirement Living Resources for Older Adults

Asbury posts new blog content across a variety of age-related topics. Part of doing all the good we can means sharing our experience in helping seniors age better through information on current aging topics. Browse our latest posts or choose a filter to see posts about the topics that mean the most to you.

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Aging Well

How Social Connections Keep Seniors Healthy

Countless studies support the science behind social connection in combating loneliness and promoting brain health. Learn how senior living expands older adults' ability to stay engaged as they age.

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Aging Well

Five Proven Strategies to Keep Your Brain Sharp

Your brain is the most amazing part of your body. Wellness Director Sue Paul – an occupational therapist and dementia specialist – offers these five tips for keeping your brain at its best.

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Aging Well

How Exercise Enhances Brain Function

A study using genetic data from 350,000 people showed the connection between exercise, and how it can sharpen thinking and reduce, or at least stave off, Alzheimer’s and other types of dementia.

Senior chair fitness exercises

Aging Well

Chair Exercises: Strengthen Without Standing Up!

Exercise programs, like people, come in all shapes and sizes. And there are incredible benefits to be derived from any and all types of exercise.

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