From tips on aging successfully to senior living decision guides, our resource section offers helpful information for older adults and their caregivers.
Early diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease allows more time for planning for the future, empowering loved ones to make their own decisions about long-term care options. Ensuring the proper care and supportive services are provided improves quality of life for all those involved. This is why it’s vital to be able to recognize the most common signs of Alzheimer’s disease, so treatment and memory support can begin at once.Read More
A senior rehabilitation program is generally comprised of three components: physical therapy, occupational therapy, and speech/language therapy. A team of licensed health care professionals helps seniors recover in a comfortable, healing environment to ensure they can return to the highest level of independence possible.Read More
Today, seniors are living longer with a variety of chronic conditions that require medications to help them enjoy the best quality of life possible. In fact, studies show that the average person over the age of 65 takes between two and seven prescriptions daily. Add in supplements like essential vitamins, and managing medications can certainly turn into a challenge for even the most organized senior.Read More
If you’re starting to wonder if downsizing to a senior living community is the right choice for you, you might be concerned about some of the costs associated with paying for senior care. Our cost comparison worksheet will allow you to calculate your monthly expenses at your current home or apartment against the cost of moving into a senior community.Read More
Seniors are living longer, more active lives thanks to advances in healthcare and overall better knowledge of how to age successfully. When older individuals are still able-bodied and healthy, many feel like there’s no reason to move from their current home and into a senior living community. After all, they are not at a level where they need assistance with activities of daily living, like bathing or dressing, and they enjoy being able to come and go as they please.Read More
Today, more and more seniors are finding innovative ways to stay healthy, active and living their lives to the fullest. While not a new concept, the term “healthy aging” has been growing in popularity over the last several years as the Baby Boomer generation reaches retirement. People are living longer and enjoying a higher quality of life as they age, too.Read More