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Seniors and Loneliness: Tips for Staying Connected

Category: May 22, 2017

Research shows that social connection improves quality of life. But as you age, life changes and you might experience longer periods alone, which can lead to social isolation and loneliness. ... Read more

Think You Know Senior Living? Think Again

Category: April 28, 2017

When you think of vacations, what comes to mind? You’re probably thinking about private suites with all the comforts of home, chef-prepared meals with fun dining options, convenient amenities, classes ... Read more

Five Surprising Facts About Senior Living

Category: April 23, 2017

1. Assisted Living is not a nursing home. Today’s Assisted Living communities are not the “old folks’ homes” you may remember. Assisted Living communities are for seniors who need a ... Read more

Say What? Deciphering Common Senior Care Jargon

Category: April 02, 2017

The doctor says your 70-year-old mother is “exhibiting symptoms of middle-stage Alzheimer’s disease with moderately severe decline, with co-morbidities including diabetes and hypertension.” The caseworker recommends “initial respite care and ... Read more

5 Ways Seniors Can Get More Connected

Category: March 16, 2017

Here are some excellent ways that seniors can build valuable and life-enriching connections that can serve them well during retirement. Read more

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Five Reasons for Choosing Senior Living Sooner than Later

The decision to move to senior living can be difficult and emotional. Most people prefer to stay at home as long as possible, but what they may not realize is ... Read more

What Doctor Diagnoses Dementia?

Juliet Holt Klinger April 02, 2018

When you’re having issues with your stomach, you make an appointment to see a gastroenterologist. When you can’t stop sniffling and sneezing in the spring, you call an allergist. But ... Read more