What articles are seniors reading the most?
One of the most rewarding parts of my job as the scientific director at the Wellzesta Health Research Institute is the ability to take an interest in the lives of seniors. Last Sunday afternoon, I was "just browsing" on the Wellzesta Life sites used by one of our partner Life Plan Communities. The onboarding team at Wellzesta gets to meet each resident; I am usually not so fortunate. Mostly, I get to meet the residents digitally through the Connect feature.
Last week, I drove down to beautiful Hilton Head, South Carolina to represent Wellzesta as an exhibitor at the LeadingAge GA/SC Annual Conference on Aging. In addition to the time I spent at our booth, I was able to attend a few seminars as well. Here are five takeaways from my time at the conference:
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