In these trying times, it is more important than ever to stay connected with friends and family. However, for some people, staying connected can be a challenge, especially for those who are social and used to interacting with others daily.
- 02/09/2022 0 CommentsStaying Connected During IsolationRead More
- 12/06/2021 0 CommentsQuestions to Ask When Choosing a Senior Living CommunityRead More
Choosing a senior living community for your loved one can be overwhelming. There are many different factors to consider, like the proximity of activities and amenities, level of care needed, cost of living, and more. And then there's that nagging fear that you're making the wrong decision. One way to make the process easier is by asking yourself these questions before moving in: Here are some things to consider.
- 11/01/2021 0 CommentsStaying Active at Any Age Or AbilityRead More
The COVID-19 pandemic taught us a hard lesson about the importance of living a healthy lifestyle. Nowadays, we know that exercise and eating right are essential for your well-being, but research has shown older adults don't get enough physical activity! Overall, 27% percent of 50-year-olds are not active on at least two days per week, leading to many health problems later down the line, such as arthritis or heart disease.
- 09/30/2021 0 CommentsSigns It's the Right Time for Senior LivingRead More
Deciding to transition into an independent living facility can be difficult, but often, seniors can maintain their independence and live a full life. With so many amenities of services on-site for residents, it's easy enough for them not only to enjoy themselves in this new place they will now call home. Independent living facilities also provide opportunities they wouldn't have if left without support or supervision from loved ones while still controlling what happens around them. Here are some common signs your loved one might be ready for independent senior living.