Key Questions for Choosing the Right Community

older people choosing living community

Finding the right community for yourself or a loved one can be a daunting task. With so many options available, it’s important to know what questions to ask and what factors to consider when starting your placement experience. In this blog post, we will discuss the key items you should know and ask to ensure…

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Preventing Hip Fractures in Elderly Loved Ones

Preventing and Caring for Hip Fractures

Growing older is an inevitable part of life and we understand health concerns may arise, including hip injuries or fractures. It is important that we learn the risk factors and symptoms early enough to treat or care for unforeseen hip injuries or fractures with ourselves or loved ones.

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Summer Activities: Outdoor Gardening for Seniors

There is something unique about summer that brings life out of everyone and everything. Those warm-breezy days filled with the sun are upon us once again, and of course, people are searching for exhilarating summer activities. Gardening might not rank top on the list of summer activities for most individuals. However, it is arguably the…

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Loneliness In Seniors: Top Signs Your Loved One Is Struggling

Loneliness is one of the most common crises facing elderly folks as they age. According to statistics from NCBI, many older people sometimes do not have friends or family members to engage with for months at a time. But even when our elderly loved ones do have company, that loneliness can still affect them with…

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Senior Living Guide for Married Couples

married senior couple

Making the decision to move into a senior living community can be daunting for anyone. Married couples have an extra set of concerns to think about. This guide for married couples is designed to help couples understand the changes that come with aging. Read ahead and ponder the true meaning of growing old together. The…

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Tips for Communicating with Elderly Parents Who Refuse Care

It is all too common for adult children to face the difficult decision of communicating the need for elder care with their aging parents. Parents, at this age, can be persistent about not needing care and wanting to continue their current lifestyle, no matter how dangerous or detrimental it is for their health. If you’re…

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