When a Spouse Has Dementia, Memory Care Assisted Living Offers Many Great Options

Memory care assisted living is one of the best options for those aging men and women who have been diagnosed with some form of dementia.

Tips for Downsizing Your Seniors Home

Whether you are the spouse of someone moving to assisted living or an adult child assisting a parent, you may play an important part in ensuring a seamless transition.

Now That About 70 Percent of Seniors May Require Long-Term Care, How Can Mom Afford It?

According to some recent estimates, medical professionals believe almost three-quarters of seniors at this point have required or will require some type of long-term care.

How Managing Diet and Nutrition Becomes Simpler for Seniors at Assisted Living

People barely understand what their nutritional needs are, let alone how to meet them in a society bombarding them with tasty alternatives. For seniors, diet and nutrition is critical, but it doesn’t get easier with age.

One Overlooked Benefit of Respite Assisted Living Care Is That it Allows You to Cling to Your Composure Again

The more you know and understand about respite care services at a quality assisted living facility, the more you will certainly understand and appreciate the benefits it can offer.

How Assisted Living Can Help When Time Seems to Fly By as a Family Caregiver

There are many controlling factors to our unique perspectives on time, not the least of which involves the enjoyment of the things we’re participating in at the time.

Continuing to Stay Safe from the Flu While at Assisted Living

Although just about every topic of illnesses and concerns about colds is focused on Covid 19, that doesn’t mean the flu and other viruses have taken a vacation.

Could Mom Still Keep Her Beloved Yorkie if She Moves to Assisted Living?

If your mother has been contemplating a move to assisted living and has finally realized the benefits this elder care option would offer her, she might be worried about her beloved pet.

Separating from Your Best Friend: Why Assisted Living Doesn’t Mean ‘The End’ for a Longtime Marriage

Cheryl didn’t want to separate from her husband. Not now. Not when he needed her most. But, she was simply overwhelmed. They talked about assisted living and looked into several facilities in the area. 

Sometimes, It Could Take Months for a Senior to Adjust to Assisted Living

Making the transition to assisted living is not going to be easy for everyone.