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Senior Living

Memory Care Patient with Family Member
Senior Living
May 17, 2019

Coping Tips for Loved Ones of Memory Care Community Members

Dementia and Alzheimer’s disease are difficult neurological issues that impact both patients and their families. These diseases are progressive and symptoms can change drastically at any time. For family members caught off guard when symptoms worsen, the feeling of helplessness can consume them. At Cornerstone Senior Living, we want you…
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Navigating Medicare Open Enrollment
Senior Living
May 1, 2019

Navigating Medicare Enrollment For Seniors

The healthcare and wellness of aging loved ones is a concern for many families across the nation. As we all get older, further medical care becomes a requirement and sometimes understanding how to meet these needs can be confusing. One of the biggest issues for many families with loved ones…
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When a Senior Living Parent Home Won't Sell
Senior Living
March 29, 2019

5 Tips For When Your Senior Living Parent’s Home Won’t Sell

Selling Mom and Dad’s home after they’ve moved into a Senior Living community may sound like a simple “to-do” on the retirement checklist, but there can always be some snags. As a seller, you want to get the sale done quickly so your family can move on. However, from market…
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Senior Separation and Senior Living Needs
Senior Living
March 8, 2019

Senior Care Separation and Different Senior Living Needs

Senior care needs don’t appear at the same age for everyone, and complications within the mind and body vary. So, it’s no surprise that many families face the issue of having to either separate parents with different Assisted Living needs or juggling care for their loved ones as a team.…
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Woman in denial of her dementia diagnosis
Senior Living
February 28, 2019

Helping Your Loved One in Denial of a Dementia Diagnosis

When a physician passes down a diagnosis of dementia, acceptance isn’t always the first response. Dementia is a serious neurological disease that requires an understanding of the patient and the loved ones surrounding them. If you have a parent or family member in assisted living that has been diagnosed and…
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Smiling woman making the most of her assisted living tour
Senior Living
February 21, 2019

How to Get the Most Out of Your Assisted Living Tour

Touring a preferred Senior community is always a great first step for getting a loved one comfortable with a potential lifestyle change in assisted living. The decision to move into an assisted living community is a huge one and making the most of your family’s time spent on a tour should…
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Memory Care Community Checklist
Senior Living
January 17, 2019

A Checklist of Qualities to Look for in a Memory Care Community

Alzheimer’s disease and dementia are neurological diseases that impact countless families across the United States. If you have a family member that is experiencing any stage of these progressive issues, finding a memory care community that is able to provide a comfortable life for your loved one is your top…
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Senior Living and Fur Friend Visit
Senior Living
December 14, 2018

Current Trends that Benefit Senior Living Communities

One of the biggest misconceptions about senior living is that it is a place where the spice of life eventually fades out. Fortunately, senior living communities nationwide are promoting several trends and activities that benefit the emotional, mental, and physical well being of senior community members. If you have a…
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Holidays with Alzheimer's
Senior Living
November 30, 2018

Making a Happy Holiday for Your Loved One with Alzheimer’s

Neurological diseases like Alzheimer’s and dementia can make everyday life a little bit harder for our loved ones living with these issues. This means that even more effort needs to be put in on your behalf in order to make the holidays a memorable time for your family member in…
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Senior Living Fall Activities
Senior Living
November 10, 2018

10 Senior Living Fall Activities That Boost Wellness

Keeping elderly loved ones involved with family activities is important. With the fall season well underway, now is the perfect time for you to start planning how to keep your loved one in senior living full of the seasonal cheer. Here are ten quick activity ideas that you and the whole…
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