Ways to Make the Holidays Special for Seniors

Joyful celebrations with family and friends are at the heart of the holidays. Yet celebrations tend to evolve over the years as kids grow up and families spread out around the country. Read More

The Difference Between Independent & Assisted Living

As seniors age, health, socialization and safety issues move to the forefront of lifestyle considerations. Yet two older adults of the same age may have very different needs and wants when it comes to senior-living options. Read More

Experience Exceptional Living & Fine Dining with Us

Moving to a senior-living community offers benefits like safety, social opportunities, activities and events. And there’s so much more — including freedom from cooking and cleaning. Read More

Why Sleep Does the Heart Good

Did you start yawning mid-morning today or have you seized the day with gusto? Your sleep habits make a difference in more than just your energy level. Read More

Why Art is Essential for Seniors

While admiring beautiful art can stir emotions and thoughts, creating it offers proven physical, emotional and mental benefits for older adults. Read More

Five Day Trip Tips for Seniors

Assisted-living communities offer senior adults many benefits: safety, activities and additional care, as well as independence. At the same time, engaging in events and activities around town as part of the larger community is still an important part of life. Read More

Keeping Older Adults Connected

Loneliness is a common feeling among seniors who live at home. Yet this social isolation not only affects quality of life in older adults, it can also have health consequences such as increased falls, increased risk for dementia and increased risk of being hospitalized, according to a recent study on social isolation. Read More

Living Strong with Parkinson’s Disease

When the diagnosis is Parkinson’s disease, you’re likely concerned about your loved one’s future and quality of life. A progressive illness of the central nervous system, Parkinson’s affects muscles and movement and damages the system of nerves that the brain uses to tell the body’s muscles what to do. Read More

Summer Safety for Older Adults

An afternoon stroll seems like a wonderful way to spend a sunny summer day. Yet older adults are at higher risk of health problems caused by summer’s heat and humidity. Read More
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