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.

7 Benefits To Your Brain Health and Aging Well When You Continue Lifelong Learning

One of the bigger myths about growing older is that new things can’t be learned or that we lose our intellectual abilities. Today’s active seniors know

Creating A Memory Box and Other Alzheimer’s Activities to Share With A Loved One

Losing the ability to communicate with words can be one of the most difficult experiences for those living with Alzheimer’s. Not being able to express their

What Are the Differences Between Early Alzheimer’s and Growing Older?

It’s not uncommon to find yourself forgetting a name, address or phone number, even of a close friend or family member. Have you ever lost your

Can You Improve Your Brain Health? Try These 5 Action Steps and Decide For Yourself

Much has been written about aging and performing cognitive drills. You may wonder if there are benefits to working out your brain but the question often

7 Ways To Improve Your Emotional Health As You Grow Older

As you grow older, the relevance of maintaining good physical and mental health become even more important. The impact of both can greatly influence your quality

What Are The Benefits of Moving to an Assisted Living Community?

If you’re concerned about a parent or loved one living at home alone, you may be researching the different options available. You no doubt are aware

How Assisted Living Can Improve Quality of Life: 4 of the Top Advantages

As we grow older, quality of life can make all the difference. It can influence our physical and emotional health and may even play a positive

5 Ways Assisted Living Helps Keep Your Independence

If you ask seniors about their biggest concerns, there’s usually one at or near the top of the list. The loss of independence. Based mostly on

How an Independent Living Community Can Add Real Value to Your Life?

As we grow older, we become more aware of our quality of life. It’s a common time to look back at what we’ve done and look
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