June is National Safety Month -- an appropriate time to assess your personal safety and plan ahead for emergencies. This is especially important for those living on their own and looking for ways to maintain their independence.
Summer time is a peak travel season in the U.S., so it’s best to be as prepared as possible – whether it’s going through security checkpoints or making your flight to your vacation destination.
Retirement is one of the biggest changes you’ll ever make in your life, so it’s important you plan for it carefully.
Rod and reel in hand, nearly 70 people came out to compete in the Annual Cape May Fishing Derby on Monday – and, the fish were definitely biting!
Crafting is a great way to spend an afternoon or two with a few of your finest friends, creating something as a group or as individuals within a group. These items may be items you keep, give as gifts, or donate to charities to help others in need.
Be sure to look up the next time you’re driving or strolling down Erie Street in Downtown Willoughby. You’ll notice banners flying in proud tribute to four very special "Hometown Heroes."
For patients and physicians alike, the current health care environment has never been more promising, but it’s also frustrating.
Discover the costs of staying in your home vs. moving to a retirement community on our blog today.
Reading is a beneficial activity for people at any age. Whether you’re doing the reading yourself or are listening to another person (or audiobook) read stories to you, your brain is receiving new information to process.
Elder abuse is a devastating reality for many older adults. The effects of elder abuse range from financial loss to physical injury or even death.