Without Added Worry, Assisted Living Helps Residents Feel More Relaxed

As people get older, concerns and worries seem to increase. That’s because health risks, diminishing strength, and limited mobility may also increase. 

Assisted Living Helps Many Seniors Dealing with Arthritis

May is Arthritis Awareness Month and for the millions of people in the United States dealing with this potentially devastating condition, daily life will certainly change as the symptoms increase.

What’s the ONE Misconception Too Many People Have About Assisted Living That Keeps Them from Choosing This Option

When it comes to elderly men and women, assisted living could very well be one of the best options they choose for their future.

An Aging Senior with Parkinson’s Could Benefit from an Assisted Living Community

When a person has been diagnosed with Parkinson’s, many questions abound, including what will happen to him or her in the future.

Learning to ‘Let Go’ and Let Mom Settle into Her New Assisted Living Community

Discussing assisted living was not something Jane really wanted to think about. That’s because she associated assisted living with a failure on her part.

Walks Can Be a Wonderful Activity for Any Senior, Including Those at Assisted Living

It’s not just the physical benefit a person can gain by walking regularly, it may also lift their spirits, give them an opportunity to spend quality time with another individual, and simply feel refreshed.

Could Assisted Living Be a Good Option for Two Aging Parents, Even Though One Doesn’t Need Support Right Now?

Thomas has refused to give up and has become her primary caregiver support. Even though it is taking a clear toll on his physical abilities and health, he doesn’t want to stop. 

Love Is Sometimes Telling a Person What They Don’t Want to Hear, Such as That Assisted Living Could Be a Wonderful Option

More and more these days it seems as though people define love as either just an emotional reaction or acceptance of every possible viewpoint.

How Can an Aging Senior Feel More at Ease Emptying Their Home as They Transition to Assisted Living?

It may sound like a harsh word: ‘emptying,’ at least in reference to cleaning out one’s home, going through personal possessions, and ‘thinning things out’ in order to move.

What Happens If a Senior at Assisted Living Begins Exhibiting Memory Related Challenges?

There could be numerous reasons an aging senior might begin struggling with his or her memory. It could be directly associated with the earliest signs and symptoms of Alzheimer’s or some other type of dementia.