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.

Giving Your Brain A Workout: 5 Exercises to Try Yourself

While we all know the importance of a regular exercise routine and keeping physically fit, what often gets overlooked are the advantages of keeping your brain

Considering Relocating for Retirement? 5 Questions to Ask Yourself First

Is retirement approaching or have you recently left the workforce? If so, you may be wondering if relocation could be in the picture. It’s a big

Downsizing Your Possessions? Consider These Ideas for Your Family Heirlooms

Is downsizing part of your retirement plan? If it is, you’re no doubt catching up on all the latest tips and suggestions for how best to

Selling Your Home Before Moving Into Independent Living? 10 Tips to Get It Ready

Have you decided to trade in the responsibilities of homeownership for the amenity rich and maintenance-free lifestyle of Independent Living? If so, there is likely one

Too Young or Too Old? What’s The Right Age to Move Into Independent Living?

Have you ever found yourself thinking that an Independent Living community could offer the perfect retirement, but then stopped because you believe you’re too young? If

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
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