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7 Ways to Put Technology to Work for You

7 Ways to Put Technology to Work for You

Of the many things we have learned during the pandemic, one of the most beneficial is how to use technology to stay active, stay in touch and stay healthy even when we have to stay at home. The opportunities are endless—from online classes and book clubs to virtual...

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Take Charge of Your Future

Take Charge of Your Future

None of us likes to think there will ever be a time when we won’t be able to make decisions for ourselves, but advance planning will make it much easier if that time does come. Just think about it for a moment. If you were to become seriously ill or injured, would...

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Safe Outdoor Activities for Seniors

Safe Outdoor Activities for Seniors

Getting outside and staying active is vital to our health and well-being, even when the weather isn’t the warmest. We have assembled some tips to help you get all the benefits of outdoor exercise and fresh air in the colder months—safely. The physical and mental...

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This February, Show Your Heart Some Love

This February, Show Your Heart Some Love

Life certainly has taken us on some twists and turns these past few years, making it easy to forget important things like taking care of ourselves. At McLean, we value an individual’s overall wellness and want to ensure residents have every opportunity to thrive....

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Tips on Finding Balance as a Caretaker

Tips on Finding Balance as a Caretaker

If you’re caring for aging parents while also raising your own family or supporting adult children (and even grandchildren), finding ways to care for yourself is essential. With people living longer and record numbers of adult children moving back home during the...

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Are You Getting the Latest Treatment for Your Arthritis?

Are You Getting the Latest Treatment for Your Arthritis?

At McLean our skilled physical therapists (PTs) have years of experience treating patients with osteoarthritis (OA) of the knees, hips, shoulders, and other joints. Your PT will conduct a thorough examination and evaluation to determine your impairments and develop an...

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