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Can’t Agree on a Retirement Lifestyle? Consider Independent Living for the Perfect Solution

Whether the day of retirement has arrived or is on the horizon, the lifestyle you’ve dreamed about is within reach. Maybe you’ve imagined yourself sleeping in

What Steps to Take When You Notice Memory Loss in Your Loved One

Have you noticed any behavioral changes in your spouse or a parent but haven’t known how best to bring up the subject? Chances are, your loved

7 Steps to Make Life Easier When Caring for a Loved One with Alzheimer’s

Caring for someone with Alzheimer’s or another form of dementia can be one of the biggest challenges you’ll ever face. Those with a cognitive disease are

The Value of Respite Care: Benefits to Caregivers and Their Loved Ones

There are two priorities when caring for a loved one with Alzheimer’s. One is providing the best care possible. The other is taking care of yourself

An Independent life: Why Moving to Be Near the Children Isn’t Always a Good Idea

When making plans for the future, many retirees consider selling the family home and relocating. Those with children may think about moving closer to them. There

The Importance of Purposeful Living and How an Assisted Living Community Can Help

Everyone needs a purpose. And while finding happiness is very important, a meaningful life is found more in reaching out to others than reflecting within. As

Choosing a Memory Care Community: Stand-alone vs Assisted Living

If you’re caring for someone with Alzheimer’s, you most likely have experienced the progressiveness of the disease. While everyone with a cognitive illness may respond differently,

The Advantages of Choosing a Life Plan Community

Have you considered how best to embrace your life well-lived, while finding ways to simplify necessary tasks? If you’re looking for a community that can take

Financial and Legal Planning for Alzheimer’s or Dementia

For most adults, making sure their life affairs are in order is a priority. But for those diagnosed with Alzheimer’s or dementia, the passage of time
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