Senior Assisted Living
Senior Living
March 15, 2018

Senior Home Health Care Vs. Senior Assisted Living

Senior home health care and senior assisted living are two popular methods for caring for an elder loved one. While they may seem similar in practice, there are some key differences that families should keep in mind before making a decision to go with one method of care over another.…
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independent living vs assisted living
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February 27, 2018

Finding the Right Senior Living Community for Your Loved One

Senior living communities come in many different shapes and forms. Each type has a purpose and meets the specific needs of its residents. So how do you know which type of senior living community is right for your loved one? Would they feel comfortable in independent living or should they…
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Alzheimer's care
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February 21, 2018

The Do’s and Don’ts of Alzheimer’s Care

Living with a family member or loved one that is suffering from dementia or Alzheimer’s is not an easy feat, especially if you are the one doing most of the caretaking. Even if your loved one is living at a Memory Care community, their changing needs and concerns can bring…
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Maximizing Assisted Living Visit
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January 29, 2018

How To Maximize Your Next Assisted Living Visit

Assisted living communities are a place where your loved ones can take their time to enjoy life. This means they will have time to socialize, eat their favorite meals, and visit with their family members; all while taking in their Golden Years with ease. They are the perfect setting for…
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Nutritional Needs Senior Living Community
Senior Living
January 23, 2018

7 Nutrient Needs for Loved Ones in Assisted Senior Living

Everyone in senior assisted living has nutritional needs that should be met. There seem to be recommendations to maximize nutrition around every corner. For senior citizens, likewise, there are specific nutritional needs that must be met in order to help them enjoy their life at their senior living community. This…
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8 signs of alzheimer's disease
Senior Living
January 8, 2018

8 Warning Signs of Alzheimer’s Disease

One of the most common concerns that many people have as their loved one’s age is the onset of Alzheimer's Disease. Alzheimer’s is the most common form of dementia and is a progressive disease that destroys the abilities of memory and other cognitive functions. This disease accounts for up to…
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holiday traditions for senior living community
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December 20, 2017

Adjusting Holiday Traditions for Senior Living Community Members

If you have a family member or close friend that is living their golden years in a senior assisted living community, then you already know that the assisted living lifestyle is one that requires adjustment and change from the holiday traditions they grew up with. One of the main things…
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Benefits of Senior Living Community Holiday Tours
Senior Living
December 18, 2017

Benefits of Senior Living Community Holiday Tour

Although the idea of taking a tour may seem like an option for museums, historical sites, and parks, taking a holiday tour of a senior living community is something that can seem overwhelming. Before making any decision regarding senior living or independent living communities, it is highly recommended that the…
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Benefits of Alzheimer's Care
Senior Living
November 29, 2017

3 Benefits of Alzheimer’s Community Care

When faced with selecting a long-term Alzheimer’s community care company (also known as memory care) that specializes in meeting the needs of a person with Alzheimer’s disease or dementia, the decision to move to a memory care community can be a difficult choice to make. We all know how assisted living…
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Assisted Living Community Warning Signs
Senior Living
November 22, 2017

5 Signs That It’s Time For An Assisted Living Community

Aging is a fact of life, and while none of us want to really get older, it is just something that naturally happens to our bodies. Eventually, we all begin to slow down, strain to see and forget short-term memories. Even harder than aging on your own is watching a…
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