At What Point Do You Consider Memory Care Assisted Living for Mom?

When someone you love is struggling with age, perhaps cognitive decline, such as what one might expect when a person is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, for example, how can you cope?

Where Most Fears About Assisted Living Truly Come From

When it comes to assisted living, there are also many fears, but again, they are often rooted in the unknown.

Stretching, Going for a Walk, and Enjoying the Fresh Air: Is It Possible for Seniors at Assisted Living to Do This Yet?

With the global pandemic commonly referred to as coronavirus shutting down many states across this great land, it has impacted families, including seniors.

Can Seniors Still Drive, even When They’re at Assisted Living?

Just because an aging senior has chosen assisted living for their future doesn’t mean they can’t drive anymore.

If Mom’s Not Adjusting to Assisted Living Yet, Evaluate What You’re Doing to Help

Adjusting to a new environment can take a long time. For some people, making the adjustment to a new living environment to take months.

How Assisted Living Keeps Seniors Safe During Extreme Weather Conditions

This past winter was incredibly harsh across much of the country. It was a powerful reminder of just how intense Mother Nature can be.

Turn to Memory Care Assisted Living for an Aging Parent Dealing with a Brain Injury

When somebody suffers a brain injury, the consequences can be devastating. They can lead to significant or minor memory related challenges.

How Often Should You Call or Visit an Elderly Loved One Who Recently Moved into Assisted Living?

When an aging parent or other elderly loved one moves into assisted living, you want to check on them.

Can Your Senior Do More to Protect Her Eyes?

Your senior may have a little more ability to protect her eyes than she thinks.

Memory Care Is a Great Option for Seniors with Dementia

Dementia can affect anyone at any age, but it’s far more common for aging men and women.