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How Can Respite Care Ease the Transition to Assisted Living?

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How Can Respite Care Ease the Transition to Assisted Living?

You know that your parent or older loved one could benefit from the expert care, safety, and social interaction assisted living has to offer. But finding the right fit isn’t always easy. Even after taking multiple tours of assisted living communities, it’s hard to know if your loved one will feel comfortable and happy once […]

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What to Expect in an Assisted Living Memory Care Community

Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia typically progress in three stages: early, middle, and late. In the early to mid-stages, an individual’s short-term memory is primarly impacted. For example, a person may have trouble coming up with the right name or word, forget information they just learned, or ask the same questions over and […]

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Is it the Right Time for Memory Care? 3 Signs to Look For

It’s not always easy to recognize when a loved one needs more help than can be provided at home, especially when they are diagnosed with the early stages of a progressive memory condition, like Alzheimer’s disease. That’s why it’s so important to watch for certain signs that may indicate it’s time to shift the care […]

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Top Questions to Ask When Researching Assisted Living

When living alone is no longer the best option for your parent or older loved one, it may be time to consider the benefits of moving to an assisted living community. Today’s assisted living communities are designed with safety and comfort in mind, providing older adults with the extra daily assistance and support they need […]

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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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Alzheimer’s Awareness Month: Recognizing the Signs of Alzheimer’s

November is Alzheimer’s Awareness Month, a time to honor the millions of Americans affected by Alzheimer’s disease and advocate for awareness, education, and a cure. When the designation was first made in 1983 by President Ronald Reagan, less than two million Americans were living with the disease. Today, more than five million people in the […]

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