Seasons Change, and So Do We: Why Seniors Should Consider Assisted Living for Their Advancing Years

For an aging senior who has clearly moved closer and closer to the winter of their life, it can be difficult to maintain their dignity, safety, and security. As people age, their physical abilities will diminish.

So Many Options, So Why Is Assisted Living One of the Best for Aging Seniors?

It is one of several elder care options available to people of advancing years. Yet, it is one of the best for seniors to consider.

Keeping Your Perspective Positive When Moving to Assisted Living

For some people, staying positive is a difficult thing. They see the negative in almost everything.

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 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.

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.

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.

The Unspoken Hazards of Living Home Alone and Why Seniors Benefit from a Quality Assisted Living Community

As a younger, healthier adult, you may have a tendency to overlook the various risks and hazards associated with everyday life.

Helping an Aging Senior Plan for a Move Is Made Easier with These Four Steps

Family and friends may rally around this senior to help them with this move, but there are a few things to keep in mind that can make this transition a bit easier or, at the very least, less fraught with unanswered questions or mistakes.

3 Strategies That Might Get Your Mom to (At Least) THINK About Assisted Living

She may just assume this is fine with you, that you can handle it, but if she understands you are pushing yourself beyond your limits and getting stressed out as her primary caregiver, she might be far more inclined to be open-minded about assisted living.