The Tablet is pleased to present this special advertising guide for Baby Boomers in partnership with local providers of health care, travel, legal and financial services.
It’s that time of year again: The Medicare Annual Election Period (AEP) runs through Dec. 7. Medicare is a critical source of health care for millions of Americans age 65 and older and for younger people with qualifying disabilities.
A new mobile app is helping people tackle some of the complexities of living with chronic pain.
Catholic Charities Brooklyn and Queens is committed to caring for older adults with a full array of quality services for seniors at all activity levels, even the most frail.
The old 9-to-5 isn’t what it used to be. As more companies embrace telecommuting, a growing number of employees are setting up elegant and efficient home offices.
Hearing aids in 2017 are not like hearing aids in 1999. They are comfortable, work well and can be invisible. The audiologist at Manhattan Avenue Hearing Aids can help you find the best device to fit your needs.
Nannys for Grannys’s mission is to provide qualified caregivers to families in need of home health care for their loved ones.
The Law Offices of Connors and Sullivan maintains offices in Bay Ridge, Bayside, Middle Village, Manhattan and Staten Island, and hosts free seminars on elder law, trusts and estates law and estate planning.
There are currently more than 93 million Americans in the U.S. over age 55, according to Census data, and the vast majority (74 percent) of them have a smartphone. And that number keeps growing.
Many seniors believe they will never qualify for Community Medicaid, which provides health care aides in the home, because they have too much money. This is a myth! Donna Furey explains why.