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How Technology Can Benefit Seniors

By | December 14th, 2018|Categories: Uncategorized|

  It's a rule of thumb that senior citizens and technology don't get along. But despite this societal norm, seniors are among those who can benefit most from the recent innovations in technology. Though it can be hard to introduce technology to seniors, once they start using the internet, they rarely slow down. In fact, six [...]

Head, Shoulders, Knees, And Toes: Parts Of The Body That Change As You Age

By | November 12th, 2018|Categories: News|

Unfortunately, our bodies don't stay the same forever. And until immortality becomes a thing, we have a number of health changes to experience as we begin to grow older. Here are some of the primary ways our bodies may change as we begin to age.   Vision issues Whether it's hereditary or years of hard work, [...]

Senior-Friendly Foods To Enjoy This Thanksgiving

By | November 8th, 2018|Categories: Holidays, Senior Living|

The holidays are finally here and that means a banquet of great food will be shared among your family in the near-future. But as your family members age, some elderly loved ones may not be able to eat the foods they used to. Here are some senior-friendly foods that can appeal to almost every retiree this [...]

How To Ease The Loneliness Of Seniors During The Holiday Season

By | November 2nd, 2018|Categories: News|

The holiday season can bring a mixture of emotions to an aging senior, especially if they need long term care. If they're in a memory care nursing home, you know that they're getting the best Alzheimers care available. But holiday stress can take a toll on everyone. Here's how to ease the loneliness your loved one [...]

Early Signs Your Loved One May Have Dementia

By | October 8th, 2018|Categories: News|

When you have an ailing loved one, it can feel like the whole world is suddenly put on your shoulders. You become their helper, caregiver, confidant. As your parent ages, you might even begin to brush off some of the early signs of dementia. But they might need dementia treatment sooner than you think. Though the [...]

How To Prepare For Retirement In The Last Year Of Working

By | October 4th, 2018|Categories: Senior Living|

Retirement is right around the corner and you have a wide world of options before you. For those who are experiencing health issues, however, retirement can seem scary instead of exciting. It's important to remember that retirement is a trying time for everyone. If you're nervous about transitioning into the next stage of life, here are [...]

How To Know Its Time For Memory Care

By | September 17th, 2018|Categories: News|

It's never easy to seek an Alzheimers treatment facility. Many adults who care for relatives with Alzheimer's or dementia feel strongly that it is their responsibility to provide care. As amazing as it is to take that role within your family, it's not always fair to you or your loved one. Memory care is a great [...]

Top 4 Things To Look Forward To Once You Retire

By | September 14th, 2018|Categories: News|

Though most people are excited at the prospect of settling down and retiring, others worry what will fill their days when they don't have to go to work. Your career provided a routine, a steady income, a reliable form of social interaction each day. It's normal to be scared to retire but keep in mind that [...]

How You Know it’s Time to Seek Help

By | September 6th, 2018|Categories: Memory Care|

   How You Know it's Time to Seek Help Right now there are over 15 million Americans caring for their loved ones. These caregivers are unpaid and caring for people with Alzheimer's or other forms of dementia. Providing care is a difficult responsibility that only gets more difficult with time. If you are one of these [...]