Latest Articles on Senior Care

Five Questions to Ask Your Doctor

July 5, 2017 | 0 Comments

When it comes to aging well, think of your doctor as your partner in maintaining your health. During your annual checkup, be prepared to have an open dialog with your doctor about your health history, present and future. Don’t be afraid to communicate with your doctor—after all, they can’t help you with issues they don’t know about. Write down a list of any questions you have before your appointment. There

Sharpen Your Mind

June 21, 2017 | 0 Comments

One of the realities of aging is that your body changes, including changes to your brain and cognitive abilities. You may find that suddenly you have a harder time remembering names or where you put your keys. Maybe you’re in the middle of a conversation, and you can’t quite think of the right word. While major memory loss can be a sign of dementia or other serious condition, these small

7 Ways Senior Communities Help Residents with Nutrition

June 7, 2017 | 0 Comments

As we grow older, it becomes vital to eat the right foods and seek out the best nutrition for our body. Seniors often have new dietary restrictions or requirements based on the type of medical conditions they have, such as diabetes, heart disease or high blood pressure. Medications can also affect the way they eat meals and potentially lessen their appetites, making it a challenge to get all the nutrients

9 Things to Consider in your Search for Assisted Living

May 24, 2017 | 0 Comments

When searching for an assisted living facility, there are some important things to consider, and facts to uncover, about the facility. Assisted living facilities vary greatly, so be sure to go over the following nine tips before you make a decision.   Decide What Things are Most Important to You and Your Loved One When choosing an assisted living facility, keep in mind what gives your loved one meaning and

Starting the Journey

May 18, 2017 | 0 Comments

Elder Care First Steps Beginning Your Journey Watching our parents age and then decline is one of life’s great complexities. On one hand, it can be a gift to have a parent live a full and rewarding life. On the other hand, it is a challenge to know how to prepare for, and eventually take, the journey of elder care in a way that honors everyone involved. Here are 3