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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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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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2020 Holiday Gift Guide for Seniors

If you’re one of those people who worries about finding just the right holiday gifts for everyone on your list, you know how hard it can be. Even for people you know really well. To help, here’s a holiday gift guide for seniors, broken into areas of interest. So if you have someone who wants …

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What Veterans Need to Know About Assisted Living Costs

If you’ve researched assisted living options, you know the national average cost of care, according to the latest Genworth Cost of Care Survey, is $4,051/month. Of course, this rate varies depending on the region, the size of the apartment, and the needed level of care. If you’re one of the thousands of retired veterans or …

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How to Keep Halloween Safe and Fun for People With Dementia

If you’re a caregiver for someone with Alzheimer’s or other form of dementia, you’re probably aware that they experience anxiety and agitation more often and more easily than other people. Now combine that with Halloween, when strangers dressed up in costumes knock on your door asking for candy, and it’s possible to see how the …

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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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