Get advice, tips and insights on a wide range of topics helpful to both seniors and their family members, from downsizing to starting the conversation about moving to a community.

The Benefits of Learning a Second Language as an Adult

Learning a new language can be an enjoyable and rewarding experience for all ages. Not only will you gain an understanding of the world and how

How to Avoid Loneliness While Living Independently

Living alone comes with many pros and cons. Being completely independent allows you to do whatever you want, whenever you want. However, being the only one

Inclusivity In Aging Services: Embracing LGBTQ+ Older Adults & SAGE Certification in Life Plan Communities and Aging Services

By Lynn O’Connor, Ingleside President and CEO When I reflect on the almost 42years I’ve committed to aging services, I often consider the many social and

How Technology Can Help Your Loved One in an Assisted Living Community

Technology has woven itself into our lives, from the marvels of the first computer to the endless supply of knowledge found on the internet. A significant

Ingleside Engaged Social Day Program Places Priority on Purpose, Passion, and Health

Led by its caring and compassionate staff, the Ingleside Engaged Social Day Program has continued growing in size and popularity, excelling in its central goal of

Top 5 Benefits of Raw Honey for Seniors

Raw honey is honey in its purest state: freshly extracted from the honeycombs, strained, and bottled. It is free from any added processes and sugars, giving

Successful Morning Routines for Seniors

“Early to bed and rise makes a man healthy, wealthy, and wise.” This famous adage from Benjamin Franklin isn’t just an old proverb. Many scientific studies

Mental Health Tips for Adult Children of Seniors in Memory Care

As our loved one’s age, it’s not uncommon for them to require specialized memory care to address cognitive issues such as dementia or Alzheimer’s. Adult children

Cold Weather Health and Safety Tips for Seniors

Although we’re all more vulnerable to accidents and illness when it’s cold, seniors need to be especially careful. Older adults are more susceptible to the effects
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