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How Much Physical Activity Do Seniors Need?

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Staying physically active is a means for maintaining health, and a joyful avenue to enhance quality of life, foster community, and keep the spirit of adventure alive. There’s no denying the joy and vitality that physical activity can bring into your life.  The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) suggests that individuals aged 65 […]

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Who qualifies for Assisted Living?

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Assisted living is designed for those where a little extra help is needed with daily activities. It’s a wonderful option for individuals who wish to maintain their independence but could use support in areas such as medication management, cooking, and housekeeping. This living arrangement is ideal for those who no longer find it easy or […]

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Memory Care vs. Assisted Living: Which Is Right?

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As family members grow older, their care requirements can change, leading families to explore different living arrangements for their loved ones. Two popular options that often come into consideration are memory care and assisted living communities. The distinctions between assisted living and memory care involve the staff’s training level, the community’s security protocols, the variety […]

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The Role of Pets in Senior Assisted Living

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You may have heard of pet therapy for seniors, but pets can play a larger part in an older adult’s life. The role of pets in senior assisted living ranges from physical and emotional health benefits but can also extend to benefiting the caregiving staff. As long as your loved one’s community allows pets, we’ve […]

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At What Age Can Dementia Set In?

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When your loved ones enter their senior years, dealing with conditions like dementia can initially feel daunting. But with the right information and support, you can help your loved ones continue to experience a fulfilling and vibrant life.  Dementia is a general term used to describe a decline in cognitive abilities. While dementia is often […]

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A Complete Guide to Memory Care

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As your loved ones age, their health and wellness can become a top priority, and if they’re developing cognitive problems, it’s normal to worry about their safety too. Memory care can ease your concerns and those of senior loved ones by providing full support for healthy living.  Memory care is a specialized service designed to […]

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How to Choose a Retirement Community

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Choosing a senior living community for a loved one can be a challenging and emotional decision. After all, it’s all about finding a place that offers your loved one the care and support they need while also providing them with opportunities to stay active, engaged, and happy.  Some things to consider during the process of […]

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