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COVID-19 Plan of Action – Updated July 6, 2020

Michael Mays COVID-19 Letter July 6, 2020 Dear Friends, Residents, Associates & Family Members, As we continue to navigate the uncharted and ever-changing waters of COVID-19, we appreciate the patience and cooperation shown from our residents, associates and family members. As our country is trying to return to some degree of normalcy, we also know …

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The No-Gym-Required Routine: Bodyweight Exercises for Seniors

Even if you can’t go to the gym, you can still improve your strength and mobility by doing bodyweight exercises. A bodyweight workout doesn’t use free weights, machines or any other type of equipment. You use your own bodyweight as resistance – which means you can do strength training exercises just about anywhere. Benefits of …

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8 Commonly Asked Questions About Assisted Living

You may be familiar with assisted living – or this could be uncharted territory for you and your family. Either way, you probably have a lot of questions. Here are answers to some common questions we get about assisted living. What is assisted living? Assisted living is for people who need help on a daily …

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Busting Common Myths About Alzheimer’s Disease

More than 5 million Americans live with Alzheimer’s disease, a progressive brain disorder in which the brain’s nerve cells get entangled and wither away. It’s a term that most are familiar with, but even so, there are plenty of misconceptions about the disease. Here, we bust six common myths about Alzheimer’s and give you facts …

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How to Prepare Your Pets for Moving into Senior Living

Deciding to make a lifestyle change can have a positive impact on not only your life. If you currently have a dog or cat for a roommate (or both), selecting a pet-friendly senior living community can open up an exciting new world for your furry companion too. New friends, playmates, and places to explore. But …

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How Long Does It Take to Find an Assisted Living Community?

If given the choice, most seniors would rather live in their own homes for as long as possible. But what if you or your loved one starts to have trouble with the activities of daily living like cleaning, cooking, eating, getting dressed or remembering to take medication? To find the best assisted living community for …

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In-Home Care vs Assisted Living: The Pros and Cons

When given the choice, most older Americans would prefer staying in their homes rather than moving to an assisted living community. Even if they start to need help with activities of daily living — cooking, cleaning, getting dressed, eating, medication reminders and more — they may still prefer hiring a home health care aide or …

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I’m Still Healthy – Why Should I Move into Independent Living Now?

Is there a “best” age to move into independent living? There’s no set formula to determine that, but before you decide you’re too young or too healthy, it’s important to understand what independent living is and how it could benefit you.  What Independent Living Is – and Isn’t. A common misconception is that all senior …

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What Are the 7 Stages of Dementia?

While Alzheimer’s disease and other common dementias affect millions of Americans, they are not a normal part of aging. Many older people experience some memory loss, but this doesn’t warrant a diagnosis of dementia. Dementia goes beyond simple forgetfulness.  One of the most difficult things to hear about dementia is that, in most cases, it’s …

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