The 'Friends Talk Money' podcast hosts on aging in place successfully
Downsizing reflections from the author of 'Squint: Re-visioning the Second Half of Life'
How dementia research and care advances are helping patients live better lives
July is UV Safety Month. Stay safe in the summer sun with these tips.
July is Hydration Awareness Month.
Some parents might embrace 'errors of omission' to maintain independence
Heart disease is the number one killer of women, but it often goes undetected until it's too late
When injury forces us to break up for a while with our favorite activity
This article was written by Tanni Bromley, Regional Director of Behavioral Health
Download our teaching sheet below to learn about depression and ways you can seek help.
Strategic naps can restore and refresh us, lower our stress and even spark creativity
Landmark patient Craig shares how a call to Landmark may have saved his life.
Landmark social workers Nanette McLain, LCSW, MPA and Cathy Turner, LCSWA share tips for stress management.
Is “pandemic" gut pain making you miserable? How to get your digestive distress under control.
Landmark dietitians share healthy snack options for those with diabetes.
March is National Save Your Vision Month.
March is National Social Work Month.
Take these steps to stay in your home or community as long as possible
Download our Fall Newsletter below.
Three simple exercises that will help you recover
February is Heart Disease Awareness Month.
February 19, 2021 is National Caregiver's Day
Dr. Williams is celebrated as a medical pioneer and advocate.
February is #HeartDiseaseAwarenessMonth.
Blanca Castillo is named the recipient of the 2020 Landmark Caregiver Award.
Answers to commonly asked questions regarding the COVID-19 vaccine.
"Our relationship will always be an imperfect one, but it rests on the twin pedestals of her trust and my caring."
Landmark clinical team members are helping their communities by volunteering to administer the COVID-19 vaccine.
Palliative care services support you and your treatment plan.
Helping an aging loved one to transition to a new living situation is a big step.
Not all medical problems can be solved at physician offices alone.
Think your house is too messy for in-home medical visits? Think again!
Learn what you can expect from in-home medical care.
Our guide to the pursuit of art that inspires you
The holiday season can be stressful; read the full article for tips to manage your stress during this season.
Nanette McLain, Associate Director of Social Work, shares four tips to reduce loneliness around the holidays during #COVID19.
Key questions to help families weigh the options.
A case study on Landmark's palliative care model.
Interested in getting palliative care for you or a loved one? Learn how.
Learn how a Landmark social worker addressed the needs of a family caregiver.
Learn about what is included in palliative care.
An interview with Landmark social worker Mary Ann Stetz, MSW, LSW
Experts explain why and what you should do
Landmark’s outreach to patients during periods of crisis highlights the need for value-based medical care in the U.S.
October 5-9, 2020 is Malnutrition Awareness Week.
Landmark Pharmacist Jill Logel answers commonly asked questions about the flu.
Download our new infographic showing the average out-of-pocket costs associated with ER visits, hospital admissions, and skilled nursing facility stays for Medicare Advantage patients.
In adults over age 65, falls are a significant cause of death and injury, and result in 3 million emergency room visits each year.
Landmark offers in-home medical care, along with telemedicine visits, to monitor and treat high-risk older adults in the safety of their homes.
What experts say and what role the pandemic is playing
Suicide Prevention Awareness Month provides a dedicated time to come together and have honest conversations about mental health conditions and suicide.
Start growing flowers with as little as a pot of soil and some seeds.
Sara O'Leary, registered dietitian, shares recommendations on staying healthy during the pandemic.
The challenges and change they see ahead in the 'new normal'
Heat-related illness can be prevented. Learn these 4 simple steps you can take to keep from falling ill during hot summer months.
Contracting the coronavirus is not the only major health risk to consider
What experts expect the future holds for telehealth and geriatrics
The immune system you need to best fight off COVID-19
How to keep loved ones safe and family caregivers healthy.
Answers to your top 10 pandemic questions
Download the handout for important things to consider for chronic kidney disease stage 4-5.
Planning ahead can make all the difference for you and them
It’s never too late to start telling your stories through poetry.
Older Americans aren't getting the care they need. Here's why that matters.
An attorney and Next Avenue Influencer in Aging helps decode the process
Advance care planning can take place at any time—it’s not just for those who are old or sick. You can prepare for these situations now, to be sure that your wishes will be followed no matter what.
As many states begin to relax COVID-19 guidelines, it is important for seniors to stay informed and keep their physical and mental health a priority.
Here’s how two people are handling the challenges, and what they’ve learned
Results showed people living at home had more health problems
Keep the benefits of preventative care at the top of your mind by downloading our Preventative Care Infographic below.
View fun ideas for resistance training in the cartoon below.
Instead of fever, cough and shortness of breath, some might just seem "off"
Kerry McDonald, Nurse Practitioner, shares what it’s like seeing patients during the COVID-19 pandemic.
In this 'Ask the Expert' column, a researcher explains the science behind it
Download our Ventilator Fact Sheet below.
Landmark is seeing patients – a record number! – in the home and via telemedicine.
A growing body of research shows links to serious conditions.
Learn what to expect if you are eligible for Landmark.
Learn about the importance of taking medication under your doctor's direction.
Learn how you can improve your balance, flexibility and range of motion from the comfort of your home.
How professional and family caregivers are coping.
Landmark Health’s medical professionals provide in-home treatment and care support for patients in alignment with HCP-established care goals.
Read on for the types of foods you can eat to boost your immune system.
By American Heart Association News.