Alzheimer's Awareness Month
Senior Living
November 18, 2019

7 Ways You can Make a Difference During Alzheimer’s Awareness Month

Across the country, nearly six million Americans are affected by Alzheimer’s disease. In honor of National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month this November, Cornerstone Senior Living wants to help you make a difference in the fight against this jarring illness. From time to financial aid, find out how you can stand…
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Memory Care Patient Uses Hand Rail in Bathroom
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October 31, 2019

Making Living Spaces Safer For Those With Alzheimer’s

Alzheimer’s and dementia are neurological conditions that have a pervasive impact on the day-to-day lives of those who are affected by it. If you have a loved one in a Memory Care community or at home with Alzheimer’s, keeping them safe is your top priority.  The tough fact is even…
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Halloween for Elderly Loved Ones
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October 18, 2019

Halloween Safety Tips for Elderly Loved Ones

During Halloween festivities, many family members like to spend time with their elderly loved ones to ensure a safe and fun holiday. Whether your loved one lives at home or in a senior living community, there are many ways to have a good time during this fantastic time of the…
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Help Seniors Manage Chronic Pain
Senior Living
September 30, 2019

6 Ways to Help Seniors Manage Chronic Pain

Chronic pain is an issue that even community members striving to age healthily, live with. From standard aches to pain that stems from nerve damage and disease, no family member wants their loved one to experience pain on a daily basis. At Cornerstone Senior Living communities, we strive to create…
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Healthy Aging Month
Senior Living
September 19, 2019

6 Ways to Celebrate Healthy Aging Month

It’s September and that means Healthy Aging Month is in full swing. Getting older is inevitable, but there’s no reason why age should slow your loved one down. Even when they require help to get through the day, it’s never too late for them to take the reins on their…
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Senior Aged Vaccines
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August 29, 2019

5 Vaccines Seniors Must Keep Updated for Optimal Health

Vaccines are the ultimate goal of National Immunization Awareness Month for patients of all ages. Some people that highly benefit from vaccines can be found in the senior living-aged demographic. Find out how your senior loved ones can stay healthy with these important immunizations. The Effectiveness of Vaccines Senior citizens…
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Assisted Living Improves Heart Health
Senior Living
August 16, 2019

Top Ways Assisted Living Improves Heart Health

According to the National Institute on Aging, individuals age 65 and older are more likely to suffer from a heart attack, stroke, heart failure, and heart disease. These issues can easily stack up and often impede on a person’s quality of life during their golden years. Fortunately, Assisted Living communities…
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Senior Living Quality of Care
Senior Living
July 30, 2019

Tips for Being a Senior Living Quality Caregiver

When a senior living age family member’s physical or mental health begins to decline, the most natural reaction is to have another member of the family take the lead as a primary caregiver. However, even with the best intentions, not everyone has the experience to cope with their new role.…
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Assisted Living Beats Living Alone
Senior Living
July 17, 2019

5 Reasons Assisted Living Eclipses Living Alone

When it comes to the welfare of your senior loved ones, it’s a fact that older adults face several life changes that could make the act of living alone a very dangerous gamble.  If your family is having a difficult time looking after an elderly loved one who lives at…
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Celebrate The Longest Day
Senior Living
June 27, 2019

Helping Loved Ones On The Longest Day

June was Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness month which highlighted the need for everyone in the family to get involved. No matter what month it is it is the right time for anyone to  stand up and fight against the disease known in Memory Care communities as the long goodbye. “The…
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