Please check out and register or share with folks you know who might benefit from my 9-hour, 6 session “Silver Coaching” course that I am bringing to the Parkway-Rockwood Continuing Ed program from Sept to Nov. I would be honored to work with you and yours….thanks!
Certified Senior Advisor-led overview discussion on optimization tips for folks over 55 and their caring circles (family, friends, neighbors) on how to address, recognize and best manage the social, physical, consumer, cyber, financial and retirement attitude changes that come with our aging process. Some end session consideration given to developing aging-helpful trends.
Motivational and Mindfulness Presentations
As stated by Richard Losciale, our Founder, CEO
After a near death experience from a heart attack in 2016, Richard Losciale knew he had to make some changes.
“I reinvented my body, my health, my career and my spirit,” Richard said. “But I didn’t do it alone! And now I’m dedicated to helping folks over the age of 55 – along with their loved ones and caring circles – improve their life choices, mindfulness and level of meaningful, compassionate communication unique to the aging process.”
Richard is the founder and CEO of NeoSeniors Services LLC, a network of Certified Senior Advisors and other senior service professionals, which helps folks over the age of 55 navigate how to optimize their quality of life in their senior years.
Certified Senior Advisor
The Certified Senior Advisor credential is awarded to professionals who have demonstrated their competence and knowledge of working with older adults regarding the special social, financial and physical realities of aging.
Richard says: “If you yourself are an older adult or inside the caring circle of an older adult, please phone or email me: I’ll be honored to help. We price our services to your need and the first in-person session is always free. We won’t diagnose nor prescribe. Rather, we’ll listen and design personalized aging solutions. We specialize in facilitating familial and cross-generational dialog, and we function as a continuous aging resource to our customers far beyond the initial engagement process.”
So, let’s start a conversation! Thank you…
If you really want to change your life,
change your mind.
Donald Altman, Author of The Mindfulness Code
Key Aspects of Senior Mindfulness
A mental state achieved by focusing one’s awareness on the present moment while calmly acknowledging one’s feelings, thoughts, & bodily sensations. Used as a therapeutic technique.
The Benefits of Mindfulness Meditation for the Elderly:
‘Mindfulness’ is a popular catchword these days. We are flooded with books, shows, movies, articles and even unsolicited emails celebrating the benefits of mindfulness and inviting people to try it.
Despite the hype, research clearly indicates that the routine practice of ‘mindfulness’ has a positive impact on well-being.
While the concept of Mindfulness goes way back to early Buddhist practices, the recent popularity of Mindfulness began with the work of Jon Kabat-Zinn, who developed the ‘Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) Program at the University of Massachusetts Medical School in 1979.
Although the focus of his program was initially for people with chronic pain, his method was eventually broadened to be used as complementary therapy for nausea, insomnia, additive behavior and other related issues.
What is Mindfulness?
Mindfulness is the practice of sitting down daily in a quiet place and holding awareness of the present moment. The practice of Mindfulness can lead us to change things that can be changed and accept things that cannot be changed.
We here at NeoSeniors help our customers understand Mindfulness and learn how to make personal Mindfulness a forever habit. Contact us to learn more: [email protected]