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  • Top 10 Best Hobbies and Activities for Seniors

    The Golden Years – The time in our lives that personal satisfaction takes precedence over daily responsibilities.  A time for relaxation, self expression, entertainment and reflection on the life you’ve lived. However; relaxing without work to go back too may sound a bit scary and new, but as a matter of fact, there are many things you can do stay healthy and entertained. Recent studies show that that the key to longevity is mental, social, and physical activity. Now with all this extra free time on your hands what are some of the best hobbies &

  • 4 Easy Dietary Changes Senior Can Make To Live Healthier Lives

    (Article) Healthy living revolves around regular exercise and eating well. But in old age, we ought to pay even more attention to our diet. If we do this, we can prevent many diseases and be sure that our well-being and quality of life are protected. Thanks to the research conducted by the National Resource Center on Nutrition, Physical Activity, and Aging, we know that one in every four older adults lacks proper nutrition. Because of this, many of the elderly are at high risk of gaining or losing weight unconventionally, developing various diseases such as diabetes and heart disease, and having their muscles and bones weaken. Some seniors find it hard to keep their diet in balance, especially if they have a medical condition that puts them in and out of the hospital or leaves them without finances to buy the right food.

  • What is Memory Care?

    Memory Care in senior living refers to purpose-built communities to care for seniors who have Alzheimer’s disease or other forms of dementia. Often assisted living communities have special wings that are designed to help residents with memory issues.

  • All inclusive Guide to VA Benefits

    More than one-third of Americans over 65 are either wartime veterans or are married to one, which means they may qualify for benefits that can help offset the cost of senior care. Yet less than 10 percent of those who qualify have even applied for Veterans Aid & Attendance, which can be used to help pay for in-home care, board and care, assisted living communities and skilled nursing facilities.

  • Signs it May Be Time For Assisted Living

    (Article) Making the choice of assisted living is not an easy one. However, when daily life becomes overwhelming for your loved one, assisted care may be the best option. We would all love to maintain our independence throughout our lives but the fact of the matter is  approximately, 70% of every senior 65 and up should expect a couple years of long-term care, in an assisted living or nursing community. The decision to help an aging adult move out of their current home is a complex one — both emotionally and practically. Above all, you want the person to be safe and well.  How can you read the signs that suggest your loved one should no longer be living alone? Every situation is different. Below are some similarities found in behaviors that should signal the time to consider assisted living. 

  • Assisted Living Guide

    Assisted living can be defined as 24-hour non-medical care delivered in a residential setting. (Learn More)

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