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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

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

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

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,

Is Independent Living Right for Me?

Whether you’re retired or it’s now closing in on the horizon, the life you’ve dreamed of is finally within reach. You’ve worked hard and enjoyed a

10 Ways to Help Someone with Alzheimer’s or Dementia Remember

Memory loss is one of the primary characteristics – and challenges – for those living with Alzheimer’s or dementia. Caused by the progressive damage to brain

What is Independent Living?

Are you beginning to explore all the different senior living options there may be? If so, you might not realize how many possibilities there are to

Conversing with a Loved One Living with Dementia

Conversations can be a struggle when you’re not sure what to say or how to engage someone living with a cognitive illness. People can become so
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