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4 Steps to Help Make Transition to Memory Care Easier

By | March 2nd, 2020|Categories: News|

Moving your parent to a memory care nursing home is stressful. It involves you making a series of hard decisions. One is the moment you realize that you can no longer keep them comfortable at home. Which then followed by the hassle of searching and finally identifying the right nursing home. And to the most difficult [...]

4 Things You Need To Consider When Looking for a Nursing Home

By | January 30th, 2020|Categories: Memory Care, Senior Living|

A whopping 70% of U.S. citizens turning 65 will at one point or another need long-term care. Truth is, not all families are in a position to offer their dear ones round the clock home care. This is where a nursing home becomes an excellent option for people in need of high quality, 24 hour care. [...]

Senior Memory Care vs. Assisted Living: What’s the Difference?

By | January 10th, 2020|Categories: Memory Care, News|

Senior memory care and assisted living are both fast-growing options for retirement care. However, most people probably wouldn’t know the difference between them if asked. To find out more about these two types of care and tips for choosing the right one for your loved one, keep reading. Long-Term Care and Assisted Living When our loved [...]

3 Situations When Assisted Living Homes for Seniors Come To the Rescue

By | December 5th, 2019|Categories: News|

The best senior memory care community dedicates its services to providing your loved ones with the best possible living conditions in their sunset years. These services are collectively known as assisted living. Assisted living facilities can be housed in apartments, villas, shared quarters, or individual rooms. The best assisted living facilities ensure that their residents are [...]

Memory Care Communities: Questions to Ask Before Signing Up

By | November 8th, 2019|Categories: News|

More than five million people in the United States live with Alzheimers disease, and that number goes even higher when you factor in other types of memory impairment. If you have a parent or loved one living with memory loss, you know how important it is to get them the care that they need. Unfortunately, choosing [...]

Tips for Caring for an Aging Loved One

By | October 9th, 2019|Categories: News|

As people become older, they become more dependent on their loved ones. Some people may need 24 hour licensed nursing if they develop conditions such as Alzheimer's Disease, but often the responsibility of taking care of older loved ones rests on the shoulders of family members. Here are some helpful tips on how to provide care [...]

Top Questions to Ask When Looking For a Memory Care Community

By | September 9th, 2019|Categories: Uncategorized|

When considering a memory care plan for your elderly loved one, one of the first concerns is how to find a specialized care facility that's right for their needs. It's important for memory care centers to offer supervised care for residents round the clock, but what other qualities should you look for when making the best [...]

Can Children Improve the Lives of Elderly People Living with Alzheimer’s Disease?

By | August 9th, 2019|Categories: News|

Of the many memory care options for senior citizens with Alzheimer’s disease or any other forms of dementia, children’s visits are one of the most practical and therapeutically beneficial. Just a glimpse of a small girl walking into an assisted care facility could lift the spirits of an older person with dementia. You’ll most likely see [...]

Finding Care for Loved Ones with Memory Loss

By | July 10th, 2019|Categories: Memory Care, Senior Living|

No matter what struggles your elder loved ones are facing, finding care for them can seem daunting. You want to make sure they are cared for in a way that makes them feel safe and happy. However, this becomes even more complicated when you factor in memory loss. Caring for people with dementia takes special training [...]

Simple Exercises and Ways of Staying Active for Senior Citizens

By | June 10th, 2019|Categories: News|

End of life care can be a difficult topic to discuss or even think about. If you know someone or are someone who is retired, living in a nursing home or another type of care facility, then it's time to think about how to improve the quality of their remaining time left with you and the [...]