Keeping an Active Mind at McKnight Place

Did you know that keeping an active mind as you age is just as important as keeping physically active? McKnight Place Assisted Living and Skilled Nursing offer residents a wide range of opportunities for staying mentally engaged and stimulated. From developing new hobbies to taking weekly music lessons, McKnight Place understands the importance of staying mentally active with age and offers a variety of opportunities for residents to stay engaged. Read More

Exploring Music Therapy at McKnight Place

At McKnight Place, we believe in the supportive power of music for both the body and mind. That’s just one reason why we offer a variety of music therapy activities that address social, physical, emotional, and cognitive needs of residents. Music therapy is accessible and enjoyable. Our group and individual sessions provide options for every interest and need. Read More

Brighten Your Day, Brighten Your Mind

The importance of proper lighting to the health of your eyes can’t be understated. But did you know that poorly lit environments can also have a negative effect on cognitive abilities? Read More

A Healthy Diet Means a Healthy Brain at McKnight Place

A recent survey has linked healthy diets to increased mental sharpness among adults age 40 and older. These older adults who say they eat plenty of healthy foods are twice as likely as those who rarely eat a nutritious diet to rate their mental sharpness as “excellent” or “very good” according to a new AARP consumer survey on brain health and nutrition. Read More

Making Music at McKnight Place

It might not be breaking news that music makes people happy, but the amount of older adults who attribute music to helping them through difficult situations is growing every year and that’s worth exploring. Read More

What’s the Difference Between Assisted Living and Skilled Nursing?

The McKnight Place community is proud to provide the highest standard in both assisted living and skilled nursing services. But sometimes people want to know just what the differences are between these two areas of senior living. Allow us to help clarify! Read More
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