Life in Motion Blog

Staying Safe at Home: 10 Ways to Prevent Fraud and Identity Theft

The ability to stay in the home of your choosing, or age-in-place, is extremely liberating and empowering. We, as a company, are firm believers in the ability to choose where we want to live, no matter what stage of life we are in.  However, we also know that this can cause some anxiety among concerned… Read More

Nordic Walking: Building New Connections

Nordic Walking: Building New Connections If you had the opportunity to perform an activity that promised to: engage your entire body increase your confidence in your ability to move safely relieve stress burn more calories with less stress on hips and knees compared to walking improve your: balance and stability coordination mood posture creative thinking… Read More

5 Things You Should Know About Home Adaptability and Accessibility

Five Things You Should Know About Home Adaptability and Accessibility It is Age-Friendly Whether you need a wider doorway to get the stroller inside the house, or you need grab bars to accommodate the physical changes of aging; living in a home that is both accessible and adaptable to changing needs will make everyday life… Read More

Falls Prevention Checklist

Check your risk for falling  Nearly one-third of older adults experiences a fall every year, causing moderate to severe injuries, such as hip fractures and head traumas, and can increase the risk of early death. Among older adults, falls are the leading cause of both fatal and nonfatal injuries.  This means that each year millions of seniors… Read More

Healthy Eating Tips

Nutrition is a highly individualized practice, dependent upon personal preference, health status, and tolerances.  However, for optimal nutrition, the general principles remain the same.  The types of food our bodies need to function optimally don’t change as we age; however, providing our bodies with those foods may become more difficult.  Hudson Integrative provides a comprehensive… Read More

Linking Your Personal Health + Home Environment

For the first time in US history, the 55+ age group will continue growing over the next twenty years into our largest population segment. Impacts from the swell in our senior community will be evident both socially and economically for decades to come. As well informed and proactive choices drive their life decisions, this health… Read More

Change is Inevitable – We live, We learn, We adapt

Never before have so many people lived for so long. Never before have so many experienced the life changes that are associated with a longer life span. Change becomes a familiar occurrence, and healthy choices are a critical component of successful aging. Living longer and healthier lives requires an integrated, holistic approach linking personal health… Read More