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Summer Safety for Seniors

What are helpful ways to stay safe this summer? Floods, hurricanes, tornadoes, severe heat or cold temps. What type of hazardous weather would you think leads to the most fatalities?If you said it’s heat, you’re right, according to statistics compiled by the National Weather Service. A 2020 Climate Central report showed an estimated 12,000 Americans die …

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Safe Medication Management: Tips for Seniors

What are Ways Seniors Can Safely Manage Medications? As the U.S. population overall gets older, seniors are living with more chronic health conditions such as diabetes, arthritis, high blood pressure and kidney disease. Older adults are also taking increasingly more medications to help manage these conditions.  Medications and aging adults Taking more medications isn’t necessarily …

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Importance of Aging Adults Staying Active

What are the benefits of staying active for older adults? FACT: The loss of strength and stamina attributed to aging is in part caused by reduced physical activity.It’s no secret that staying active contributes to a healthy lifestyle. But regular movement and exercise can be a challenge for aging adults. Good news: Spring and summer …

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Ways to Keep the Brain Healthy

Best Ways for Seniors to Keep the Brain Healthy June is Alzheimer’s & Brain Awareness Month. So here are some interesting facts about the brain and some healthy brain activities for seniors.  Did You Know? It’s a myth that humans only use 10% of their brains. Neurologists confirm that you use every part of your brain, …

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How is Senior Living Good for Mental Health

Ways Senior Living Can Help Mental Health While senior mental health disorders aren’t as common as you think, they do occur. Mental well-being is a key element to aging well, it’s worth taking a look at how senior living communities, such as Eagle Senior Living can have a beneficial effect on the mental health of …

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Is Assisted Living an Option After Having a Stroke?

Each year, approximately 795,000 people in the United States have a stroke, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). About 75% of those who have strokes are at least 65 years old. While some stroke survivors recover naturally, strokes are one of the most prevalent causes of long-term disabilities. For some, one …

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Why Should Seniors Move to Senior Living Communities, Now?

The past year has caused many seniors to pause their plans for the future. Now that the world is adjusting to a new normal, it’s time for seniors to once again weigh their options. Luckily for them, right now is the perfect time to sell their current home. With the housing market heavily favoring sellers …

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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. Eagle Senior Living communities, make …

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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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