Looking after your well-being not only includes self care and healthy living. It's also avoiding senior isolation and seeking grief support when you need it.
You can now access grief support whenever and wherever — in person, online, even via text
Feeling sad after the death of a loved one is normal, but when symptoms of grief persist, you may need grief counseling to help you progress.
Finding closure can help you avoid getting stuck in the cycle of grief.
Learn the ins and outs of bereavement leave and what to ask your employer.
These print and online resources can help deal with bereavement and loss
After losing a loved one, it's natural to start wondering, ‘How do I want to be remembered?’ Preplanning can help you record your answers.
Search for grief support resources, such as in-person groups, online forums, and phone hotlines, available in your area.
Healthy senior diets that nourish the body are an important part of daily living. Learn which senior diet plans help weight loss, disease prevention, and overall well-being.
Fall prevention is important for the well-being of older adults. Taking these steps can make sure they’re well prepared and well protected.
Eating healthy on a budget is possible. The best foods for seniors can be low-cost meals that center on getting the most nutrition.
To help you be well and enjoy your retired years, here are five health tips and tricks to help you stay healthy.
Build a senior strength training program that keeps you active as you age.
Learn reasons why loss of hearing should not be ignored and what happens if hearing loss is left untreated.
Wellabe offers life and supplemental health insurance plans to help you prepare for good days and bad. We’ll always be here to empower you to be well — well prepared, well protected, and well loved.