Buxmont Senior Directory Magazine

Lifestyles over 50 now serves seniors, boomers and caregivers in Bucks and Montgomery County region with a directory of senior services like assisted living, home care, adult day services, and more. The quarterly publication also includes an array of articles, games, events and more. Check community locations in the Buxmont area to pick up your copy. 

Readers can also search online for additional resource and video content. Professionals also use Lifestyles over 50 to help advise seniors and families on aging and care issues. 

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When It Is No Longer Safe To Live At Home

senior man confused about medications webMost seniors are able to age in place in their homes for many years, but there comes a time when one’s quality of life is better in a senior living environment. Sometimes a fall or significant memory issues can trigger the transition to senior living, but the most difficult circumstances occur when seniors have no triggering events. Families often wonder ‘for how long is it safe to allow mom or dad to live at home’? Are you worried about a loved one and think they may need Assisted Living? Here are some signs to that can indicate the time has come.

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New Medicare Cards - What You Need to Know

medicare enrollment webThere are big changes coming to your Medicare card next year. Starting in April of 2018, people with Medicare will begin to receive NEW Medicare cards with one major difference – your Medicare number, which is your Social Security number, will not be on the card. Because of increased concerns about identity theft and other safety reasons, your Social Security number will be replaced by a random 11-digit number that is unique to you with no identifying information. This change is being made to protect the security of your information, and your identity.

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Things to Do with Grandkids - Fall 2017

apple picking near palo webApple Picking
Solebury Orchards, Solebury. Quaint and simple, the orchard offers a simple picking experience. Wagon rides to the orchard. Thurs to Sun 9 am-6 pm. Soleburyorchards.com

Snipes Farm, Morrisville. Pick your own apples, a corn maze, face painting and pumpkin painting and barnyard animals. Starting late September to early November. Sat 9 am-6 pm & Sun 10 am - 5 pm. Snipesfarm.org

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When is the Right Time for Retirees to Move?

moving services seniorsThe idea of selling your house and moving to a new location looks OVERWHELMING and MONUMENTAL! Living there for years surrounded by mementos and memories, the thought of leaving is more than you can bear. Your home is so familiar, so comfortable, and so much a part of you and your family’s life thinking of leaving leaves you with dread and loss.
Consequently, retirees often don’t want to make any big changes like this. But for most the times comes when staying in their current home is simply no longer safe or wise.

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Wounds Become More Frequent and Harder to Heal with Age

wounded woman webBy Steven R. Bowers, DO

Years ago, you hardly noticed a little scape, scratch or bruise. Within a short while, the wound healed and before long the sore was long forgotten. Today, it seems wounds appear more often and take longer to go away. It’s not your imagination. As you grow older, you become more susceptible to wounds and they take longer to heal. A number of factors contribute to this including the effects of aging, decreased movement and disease.

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Montgomery County Senior Games 2017

Montco Senior game

Are you an athletic or competitive senior? Maybe you just enjoy sports. If so, then the Montgomery Senior Games may be for you.

The Montgomery County Senior Games (MCSG) combine sports and recreation with fellowship among everyone involved. The mission of MCSG is to stimulate senior adults in Montgomery County to be active in sports and recreational events in order to maintain physical and mental well-being.

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