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Wandering, Falls, Medication Mix-Ups and More: Warning Signs for Seniors Living at Home

By |May 14, 2024|Categories: Assisted Living, Memory Care, Senior Living|

The occasional minor incident or accident are to be expected as a loved one grows older, but when they wander, fall frequently, mistake or forget their medications, get lost, or forget to turn off the stove or oven, it’s time to

Why Good Nutrition Is So Important for Older Adults, and What It Might Mean When They Overlook Their Own Diet

By |May 7, 2024|Categories: Assisted Living, Memory Care, Senior Living|

As we grow older, the body’s ability to absorb certain nutrients decreases and eating a balanced diet becomes even more essential. This is especially true for those who have chronic health conditions such as diabetes or heart disease. Maintaining a good diet is increasingly important for seniors, but can be challenging for some. If you think your loved one isn’t able to prepare balanced meals like they used to, it may be time to consider other options.

Seniors and Personal Care: How to Help When Their Personal Appearance Is Neglected

By |April 6, 2024|Categories: Assisted Living, Memory Care, Senior Living|Tags: |

Growing older can hold many blessings for individuals and their families. But time can also bring challenges and it’s never easy to see those you love struggling with daily life. Your parents' love [...]

Isolation in Seniors and Why Socialization Is So Important for Their Overall Wellbeing

By |April 2, 2024|Categories: Assisted Living, Memory Care, Senior Living|Tags: |

Older adults may often find themselves alone – but it's usually not by choice. Whether it's due to mobility issues, health conditions, the loss of a spouse or not living near friends and [...]

Introverts and Senior Living: Why It’s a Surprisingly Good Fit

By |March 12, 2024|Categories: Assisted Living, Memory Care, Senior Living|Tags: |

When a helping hand is needed, older adults and their families often consider senior living. With its advantages, such as accessible private residences, assistance with daily tasks and a variety of services and [...]

Depression in Older Adults: The Signs, Tips and Finding Help

By |March 5, 2024|Categories: Assisted Living, Memory Care, Senior Living|Tags: |

As a mood disorder that affects the way we think, feel and act, depression in older adults can be a common problem but is not a normal part of aging. Significant life changes [...]

How to Connect With Someone Living With Dementia

By |February 13, 2024|Categories: Assisted Living, Memory Care, Senior Living|Tags: |

Feeling lonely, isolated and lacking in self-confidence or assurance can be common experiences for those living with dementia. Although it can be a challenge to communicate and share meaningful time together as the [...]

The Signs of Stroke and What to Do If You See Them

By |February 6, 2024|Categories: Assisted Living, Memory Care, Senior Living|Tags: |

For family members of an older adult, it's crucial to recognize the signs of a stroke. A timely response can be life-changing and lifesaving. As a significant health concern, families and friends should [...]

Making the Transition from an Older Loved One’s Caregiver to Their Advocate

By |January 9, 2024|Categories: Assisted Living, Memory Care, Senior Living|Tags: |

Change is a constant in life. And if you’ve been providing care for a loved one who is now moving into an assisted living or memory care community, you may wonder what your [...]

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