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Staying Active in Your Mind and Body

February 4, 2020

As we move through the stages of life, it becomes increasingly important to stay active in our minds as well as in our bodies.  While we know it is important, we might not always make the time for it, have the energy for it, or have someone to do activities with.  Being a part of […]

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Starting the Conversation about Transitioning to Assisted Living

January 6, 2020

When it’s time to talk to your loved one about transitioning into an assisted living facility, there are important ways you can begin to navigate this difficult discussion. Talking to your loved one about senior living homes can be met with negative emotions like anxiety and denial. When this topic is brought up, seniors often […]

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What Can Your Loved One Expect in Assisted Living?

November 26, 2019

If you have been considering transitioning your aging loved one to assisted living, you may be feeling a rollercoaster of emotions. Will your loved one be safe? Will the facility provide any medical care? Will they be comfortable and feel at home? We know this is a very delicate and sensitive time, and facing the […]

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The Winter Can Be Dangerous for Seniors Who Live Alone

November 21, 2019

Winter conditions can be dangerous for seniors who live alone. During the winter months, it’s more likely that seniors can feel lonelier, have more physical health problems, and suffer from hypothermia. Here are a few things you can do to make sure you stay safe this winter: Take Care of Underlying Health Issues It’s important […]

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3 Ways for Seniors to Get Better Sleep

November 13, 2019

Not getting enough sleep can cause frustration, irritability, anxiety, and other psychological issues. As we age, our quality of sleep decreases, but there are a few things you can do to improve your quality of sleep: Maintain a Healthy (Bedtime) Diet If you’re one of those people who like to enjoy a snack before bed, […]

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Does Your Senior Loved One Have Seasonal Affective Disorder?

November 5, 2019

Winter poses a threat to people of all ages, but it can especially affect seniors. During the colder months, seniors are more at risk of physical health threats such a slipping on ice, hypothermia, and joint problems – just to name a few. However, what’s less commonly known as a winter health risk for seniors […]

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Turn Your Loved One’s Assisted Living House Into a Home

November 1, 2019

Moving can be stressful for anyone, but moving from a place of independence to a place of assisted living can be especially hard. If you’re looking for ways to help your loved one adjust to an assisted living residence, here are some tips you can follow: Decorate Their Space This is a very important step […]

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The Difference Between a Nursing Home and Assisted Living

October 22, 2019

Nursing homes and assisted living facilities are often put into the same category, but they do have significant differences. Knowing these differences can help you determine what is best for you as you age. Let’s take a look at each and see which residence will best help you or your loved one live those later […]

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4 Ways to Enjoy the Fall for Seniors

October 17, 2019

As much as we hate to say it, summer is over and it’s been replaced with the crisp, cool days of fall. The leaves are changing colors and Halloween is just around the corner. As an experienced Maryland senior care provider, we thought it would be a great time, with the changing of the seasons, […]

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3 Ways Assisted Living Helps Overcome Loneliness

October 9, 2019

Loneliness is a significant concern for older adults as they age. If you have a loved one who is elderly, you’re likely also worried about their emotional health and want to ensure they are as happy and comfortable as possible. One of the main purposes of Kenwood Care’s assisted living facilities is to provide a […]

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