Health, Happiness and Senior Living
There are many benefits to life and health from laughter, according to an article by Melanie Winderlich of the Discovery Channel.* Laughter… Relieves stress. Boosts your immune system. Helps with pain relief. Gives your muscles a workout. Lightens a mood…..
Aging well has a lot to do with how well we take care of our bodies throughout our lifespan. People who stay even moderately fit as they age may live longer, but more importantly, live better. Much of the deterioration….
We know it takes a good understanding of Alzheimer’s disease and dementia to provide appropriate care and feelings of security for people living with these conditions. Our commitment to serving this growing population extends far beyond most other organizations; that’s….
Few of us expected to be taking care of our parents as they (and we) aged, but that’s a reality these days for more and more adults. Finding ourselves helping our parents make important life decisions — or having to….
Tax Deduction for Assisted Living Expenses Please do not view this document as legal or financial advice. The information contained herein may be subject to varied interpretation. We strongly urge all residents and families to check with their own independent….
The importance of proximity to loved ones When Americans age 55 and older decide to relocate, most often it’s to be closer to family and friends. One of the most common reasons people ages 55 and older decide to move….
Memory lapses can be both embarrassing (what’s my neighbor’s kid’s name again?) and troubling (is it Alzheimer’s?). But a few slip-ups don’t necessarily doom you to a future of forgetfulness. A memory is made by linking two or more of….
Our state of health can change from one day to the next, bringing unforeseen challenges and decisions for us and our families. Assisting our Residents or Clients as they transition from one service level to another – for the short-….