Learning something new or meeting new people and getting to know them are great ways to keep your mind sharp. Physical benefits such as warding off dementia and depression, lowering blood pressure, reducing the risks of osteoporosis and rheumatoid arthritis, are added benefits, all related to staying socially active. Read More
As we age, it is common for our ability to memorize and remember details to fade. Severe memory loss, in the forms of dementia and Alzheimer’s disease, are two more significant forms of memory degradation that can greatly affect cognitive and motor skills. Read More
We would like to thank all who attended our Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting Ceremony on April 20. Our team appreciates the outpouring of support from the Community and we are pleased to offer a fresh, new approach to senior living!
Dementia and Alzheimer’s disease are two common and significant memory conditions that can develop as we age. They share several characteristics, but are actually two different forms of cognitive decline. Read More
Retired life can be golden, especially in a residence that’s a perfect match for your lifestyle. When selecting a community it’s important to take many aspects into consideration. Choosing the right community can be difficult, and it starts with assessing personal needs. Here are four key components to help you choose a senior living community that fits your unique needs:
Consider These Tips to Make Downsizing Easier
When it comes time for you or a loved one to downsize to a smaller or simpler living space, the idea of packing up a lifetime of memories can be overwhelming. But in order to insure a smooth transition into this next phase of life, a thorough assessment of your belongings is necessary.
Aging parents’ need for help generally happens slowly, over time. However, an unanticipated need, such as a fall or stroke, could transpire suddenly. Often, those circumstances require physical or occupational therapy, or even full-time assistance. When a shift in care is needed, whether it’s long- or short-term, there are many resources to seek out for help. Below are some useful sites that will get you started as you begin to research finding proper care for an aging adult. Read More
Nutrition is a major component of overall health and also plays a major role in proper brain function. A healthy diet can lower a person’s risk of chronic illnesses like heart disease, hypertension and diabetes. There is ample evidence that the right foods and balanced nutrition will promote general brain health as well. The following foods are a great source of the nutrients that support proper mental function, particularly for seniors. Physical health plays a significant role in our mental health because our brains react to how we treat the rest of our body. At any age, if we eat unhealthy foods and avoid exercise our brains don’t release chemicals that are conducive to feelings of well-being, or contribute to our overall wellness. Read More
Balance and coordination issues are not uncommon among seniors, and can be caused by illness, stroke or a litany of other health problems that seniors commonly face. Issues with balance often create safety concerns, and can cause falls resulting in serious injuries. We’ve compiled a list of exercises and tips that could help you or an elderly loved one maintain or even improve balance. Read More