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COVID-19 Plan of Action – Updated March 31, 2021

Michael Mays COVID-19 Letter March 31, 2021 Dear Friends, Residents, Associates & Family Members, We are very optimistic we have weathered a crisis the likes of which the senior living industry has never endured, and now there is new promise on the horizon. Extensive progress has been made to reduce the occurrence of COVID-19 through …

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Is Assisted Living an Option for Parkinson’s Disease?

The Parkinson’s Foundation estimates approximately 60,000 Americans are diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease each year, and nearly 1 million Americans are currently living with the disease. For these individuals, and seniors in particular, navigating care options at an older age can be complicated. There isn’t a single clear-cut option for their future. For seniors and caregivers …

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Nutrition Tips for Seniors

Healthy eating is important at any age. But you may not be aware that your nutrition needs change as you get older. March is National Nutrition Month, so it’s a good time to take a look at your eating habits and see how they stack up to your nutritional needs. Here are some nutrition tips …

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How to Know Whether It’s Time for Memory Care

Declining health is a natural part of growing older. But if your loved one is struggling with Alzheimer’s disease or other forms of memory loss, it can make their days more difficult. The first time your family member forgets your name or has trouble recalling an important memory can be alarming and leave you feeling …

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Support Your Heart During American Heart Month

While heart health is always important, to help set the focus and remind everyone of steps they can take in the coming year, February is American Heart Month. Which is why we wanted to take advantage of this time to raise awareness about heart disease in older adults and outline ways to help prevent it. …

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When to Move from Assisted Living to Memory Care

If you’re reading this article, most likely someone you love is struggling with dementia or cognitive decline, and you’re wondering if it’s time for more assistance. Maybe you’re taking care of them at home and think it might be time for Memory Care. Or maybe you’re wondering if they should transition from Assisted Living to …

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Long-Term Care Options and How to Pay for Them

While most of us don’t like to think about it, there’s a chance we’ll need some type of long-term care (LTC) as we age. In fact, in 2018, 14 million adults needed long-term care services. But do you know what long-term care options are available to you and how to pay for them? In this …

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Signs a Loved One Needs Memory Care

Everyone, as they get older, experiences a little forgetfulness. But when noticeable memory loss starts to happen to an aging loved one, how do you know if it’s actually the early signs of dementia? To help you figure out when it’s time to talk to your family member’s doctor, this article will discuss the signs …

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What Are the Advantages of Independent Living?

Home ownership has long been a symbol of the American dream. An achievement that can also represent a place to grow old. While aging at home may seem like a good idea at first, as the years pass, many seniors come to see homeownership as a huge responsibility. Not only are there the household chores …

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