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Brain Training for Seniors in Assistive Care

January 3, 2019

Keeping the mind sharp and clear is important for people of all ages, but it can be particularly important for seniors living in assistive care. Today we’re going to talk about some of the ways that you can help your loved one maintain a strong sense of neuroplasticity for as long as possible. Play a […]

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The Beauty of Assisted Living for Your Loved Ones

December 28, 2018

There comes a time in all of our lives when living alone or without assistance is no longer a viable option. Whether this moment comes for you or for a loved one, it is important to understand the different assisted-living options, and the benefits assisted living provides. Maintain a Sense of Community One of the […]

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Important Questions to Ask Before They’re Gone

December 18, 2018

Planning for the end of your loved one’s life is incredibly difficult, but it is an important part of life. If your loved one is in hospice, then the need is even greater. Before they’re gone, there are a few questions that need answers and though this conversation will be hard, it’s far better to […]

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Dental Health for Seniors

December 13, 2018

Dental health is so much more than just having white teeth. It is a very important component of self-care that can affect many different aspects of your loved one’s life. Today we’re going to talk about dental care for seniors and why it matters. Let’s take a look. Dental Health is Linked to Heart Health […]

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Assessing Your Loved One’s Situation

December 4, 2018

As your parents and other loved ones get older, their capabilities in handling daily self-care will change. If you start to notice a decline, feeling concern for your loved ones is perfectly natural. Here are a few things that you should assess to determine whether or not they would benefit from assistive care. Are They […]

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4 Ways to Help Your Loved One in the Winter

November 26, 2018

The winter can be difficult for seniors for many reasons. Not only is the weather less comfortable, but the holiday season is here. The holidays can be difficult for older adults who may be coping with loss or missing people that they no longer get to see. Seasonal depression can also play a role here. […]

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Senior Safety Tips for Winter

November 19, 2018

Winter can be a lot of fun for people young and old. However, staying safe when the weather is cold is always of paramount importance. Here are a few great tips for keeping seniors safe over the winter months, though they can really apply to people of any age. Keep Cozy and Warm All Winter […]

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Wheelchairs Can Set Seniors Free

November 14, 2018

Wheelchairs have negative connotations that surround them. Many people, especially seniors, may resist investing in a wheelchair because they may think that it will limit them and diminish their independence. However, this is not the case. In fact, wheelchairs can offer a new sense of freedom to the people that use them. It’s Okay to […]

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What Does it Mean to Age in Place?

November 8, 2018

Living comfortably and safely into one’s golden years is of paramount importance. Aging in place is a concept that means different things to different people. For some, it means living in the home that they’ve been living in for decades. To others, the definition is a bit more broad. Let’s take a look at the […]

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Activities for Autumn for Seniors 2018

November 1, 2018

Active senior living is all about finding the right activities to participate in. Autumn lends itself to finding fun indoors and out. Today we’re going to take a look at some great activities you can do with your family during the Fall. Go for a Stroll Fall is known for its temperate weather and the […]

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