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Feelings of Loneliness May Not Dissipate After a Senior Moves to Assisted Living, So Try These Three Things to Help

Assisted living is one of the best elder care options a person can choose, especially when they need support on a regular basis. Many seniors will turn to their immediate family first. This might be…

Three Key Benefits a Memory Care Assisted Living Facility May Offer

When a loved one is dealing with memory related challenges, like Alzheimer’s or other types of dementia, possibly even an injury sustained in an accident, you want the best for them. You may feel powerless…

Yes, You Can Travel this Holiday Season, even though Mom Just Settled into Assisted Living

Emily’s mother recently made the transition to one of the top elder care options available: assisted living. During the past few years, Emily was wearing herself out, burning the midnight oil, burning that candle on…

What Three Things Could You Do to Make a New Assisted Living Room Feel Like Home?

Moving from a house, apartment, townhome, or other domicile to assisted living can certainly be a wonderful elder care option. This is especially true for those who are dealing with physical challenges, mobility limitations, or…

The Significance of Social Interaction & Neurological Connection As It Correlates to Dementia & Depression in the Elderly

  The decision to move yourself or a loved one into assisted living is fraught with many layers of emotion overlayed with worry, practical concerns, and the desire for the best outcomes. There is a…

How to Help Dad Be Excited About This Move to Assisted Living

You might very well be excited that your elderly father has chosen to move into assisted living. He might be excited, too. But, what if he’s not all that excited? What if this decision was…

A Great Activity Some Seniors at Assisted Living Still Enjoy

When was the last time you went to a local park? Maybe it has been a long time. If you have young kids, though, you may go on a regular basis. You take them to…

There’s Nothing to ‘Forgive’ When You Help an Aging Parent Recognize the Value in Assisted Living

October 29 is National Forgiveness Day. While you may not have realized this was actually a day of celebration to some degree, it can actually be an important one for a lot of people. It’s…

Yes, Mom Will Likely Be Nervous for a Move to Assisted Living, and Here Are Some Ideas for You to Help Her with That

Your aging mother might very well be nervous about this upcoming move. Assisted living is a great elder care option for people of advancing years, whether they need help on a daily basis or are…

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