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 of Downsizing to Senior Living

The day has finally arrived. Or maybe it’s just around the corner. After a lifetime of work, raising children and all the other responsibilities, you will

What is Memory Care and How Can It Help Your Loved One?

Are you caring for a loved one who is living with dementia? You may be seeing increased symptoms and behaviors that subsequently require more care. Many

Searching for Ways to Improve Your Quality of Life? Choose Independent Living

As we grow older, our priorities may shift. Once the focus is no longer on careers or raising children, older adults often turn to creating the

Meet a Resident of an Assisted Living Community

Are your parents’ days and nights becoming more difficult? Could they use a little help – whether it’s with preparing healthy meals, bathing safely or keeping

Assisted Living or Independent Living: What’s Best for Your Parent?

Assisted living or independent living could be the right choice if your parents are struggling to shop and prepare healthy meals? Could they use help with

Compassionate Interactions with a Loved One with Alzheimer’s Disease

When individuals live with Alzheimer’s disease or another form of dementia, their relationships will change. As a progressive disease, the symptoms will worsen over time but

10 Ways Independent Living Communities Support Your Retirement Lifestyle

Are you looking forward to the retirement lifestyle you’ve long dreamed of? After a career, raising children and many other responsibilities, the time has finally arrived

5 Signs It May Be Time For Assisted Living

How do you know it’s time for assisted living? Have you noticed your parents beginning to struggle with the tasks of daily living? Maybe their home

When Is Home Care Not Enough? 5 Signs to Look For

Do your older parents live at home alone? Are they beginning to need more help? If you’re like most adult children of older loved ones, the
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