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What’s the Difference Between Forgetfulness and Memory Loss?

Learn how to tell the difference between normal age-related changes and dementia, and when it’s time to look for Assisted Living Memory Care. […]

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Choosing Assisted Living: 5 Questions Your Family Should Ask

Is it time to look for an assisted living community? Here are 5 questions to ask as you narrow down your choices. […]

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3 Fall Prevention Tips for Seniors

Although falling is common, it is preventable. Keep yourself or older loved ones safe from dangerous slips and falls during the rainy spring season with these fall prevention tips. […]

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How to Tell When an Aging Parent Needs Extra Help

How do you know when an older parent needs assisted living? Here are some of the signs to look for in your older loved one. […]

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What’s New in Memory Care?

When it’s time to find memory care and support for a loved one, you might not know what to expect, especially if you’ve never visited a memory care community before. Like many people, you may even have outdated ideas of what memory care is really like. The truth is, memory care has changed tremendously over […]

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5 Fast Facts to Know About Assisted Living

Assisted living is the fastest-growing senior living segment in the United States, with thousands of older adults choosing to move to a community rather than “age in place” at home. But despite its popularity, there are still many myths surrounding assisted living that may prevent older adults from making the move. If you’re thinking about […]

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How to Compare Assisted Living Memory Care Communities

An estimated 5.8 million Americans are living with Alzheimer’s disease or another form of dementia, and this number is expected to increase over the next decade. As the Baby Boomer generation reaches retirement age, quality memory care will be essential. Recognizing this, the senior living industry has evolved to meet the needs of the next […]

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5 Uplifting Ways to Beat the Winter Blues

As the holidays come to an end, it’s not unusual to sense a shift in your mood. January brings freezing temperatures and shorter days, which can make us all feel a bit more sluggish, unmotivated, and down. Older adults, in particular, are at risk for the “winter blues” because they tend to spend more time […]

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Top Questions to Ask When Touring a Memory Care Community

When a parent or loved one is living with Alzheimer’s disease or another form of dementia, it’s essential to find care that meets their unique needs. While many caregivers want their loved ones to stay in a home environment as long as possible, eventually, they will need more care than can be provided at home. […]

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