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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.

Ideas for Both the Body and Mind to Age Well

While it’s true that you’re not getting older but better, most of us know that it’s the result of our efforts and not something that magically

Ideas to Make Your New Home “Home” in Independent Living

Are you moving into an independent living community and considering your to-do list to make it happen? It’s a busy time. You’ve researched and found the

Best Tips for Downsizing: Getting Ready for a Great Future in Independent Living

You’ve decided to launch your new lifestyle in an independent living community that can make all of it possible. After the research, visits and considering the

Is Laughter the Best Medicine for Aging Well? Give It a Try

We’ve all heard the old expression that laughter is the best medicine. But have you ever wondered if it’s really true? Depending on what ails you,

10 Benefits of Assisted Living

If you or a parent is finding it more difficult to live at home, you no doubt are considering all the alternatives. Although it depends on

Independent Living Benefits: Why We Need Privacy and People as We Grow Older

If you’re like many active adults, you’ve spent some time considering how you want to thrive in your retirement life. This is the time you’ve been

Signs That Your Parents May Be Ready for Assisted Living

Adult children often avoid having conversations about assisted living because they assume their parents would never want to leave home. But what is often misunderstood is

Why Independent Living? 5 Top Reasons

Are you ready to realize the retirement lifestyle you’ve always wanted? If you’ve long imagined freedom and fulfillment waiting ahead, have you ever wondered if you

5 Signs Your Parent is Struggling Living at Home Alone

If there is one common sentiment that many adult children share when it comes to their parents, it’s worrying about them living safely at home alone.
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