The Journey of Moving to a Community

Searching for a retirement community may be filled with mixed emotions. We hope to ease this journey with providing you enough information to help guide your decision. Please see our Frequently Asked Questions as a preliminary guide or contact us through phone, email or form. We are here to help navigate this transition.


Community Living

Aging in Place: Which “Place” you pick can impact your health and mind

Aging in place can take a physical and emotional toll that can be anything but idyllic. Increasingly, adult children are caught choosing between taking on increasing care-giving duties, or convincing a parent to move. When searching for that “right place” to age in place, look for a community that promotes the physical and psychological well-being of its community residents on a daily basis.

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Surviving the Holiday Blues: Living in the Moment.

Chronic health issues, feelings of loneliness, and loss of loved ones can make the holidays a very difficult time for seniors. Along with experts in aging, The Springs Living has compiled a list of 5 things you can do to help with feelings of anxiety or sadness as they relate to the holiday season.

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Mental Health and Wellness as We Age

Mental health and wellness is something everyone, no matter their age, need to nurture and address. Each chapter of our lives brings on different types of stress, and also different opportunities to adapt and face those challenges. At The Springs Living, we’re committed to addressing these issues by creating communities that embrace and encourage social activities, becoming physically and mentally fit, and eating healthy.

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Family Caregiver Burnout: Symptoms and Prevention

If you have become the primary family caregiver for your loved one, it may be time to consider seeking additional support from professionals who understand how you may be feeling. We see this quite often and have a lot of experience guiding family members through their emotions when they contact us. Wherever you are on your journey, The Springs Living can provide the support and comfort you might be seeking, plus answer any additional questions you have about caring for your loved one.

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Downsizing & Moving

Tips for Seniors and Caregivers in Making the Big Move

With any move, you are leaving the comforts of your home that are familiar and comforting, and sometimes your known support network of people and places. These departures come with great uncertainty. Here are some tips we’ve learned while helping other residents of The Springs Living navigate their big move.

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Let's Have That Talk About Assisted Living

When it comes time to have “the talk” with your parents about assisted living, it can feel daunting. How will mom or dad respond? It’s human nature to avoid talking about things that make us uncomfortable, so how do you have this conversation? We've provided eight guidelines that may help facilitate and ease the conversation.

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5 Tips To Downsizing

Having loads of “stuff” is nothing new to the American way of life, especially for adults who’ve raised families in a home for years. Eventually, you’ll need to go through all the things you've accumulated and downsize. We've included five tips to begin the downsizing process.

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Downsizing for Seniors

Leaving a home is always bittersweet, especially for seniors who may be downsizing or leaving a family home that holds many memories. At the same time, it can be liberating - with less stuff and chores, people can begin living a simpler life full of the activities they enjoy.

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Life Stories

Long lasting benefits of non-resolutions

When we asked our residents and employees what they have resolved to do in 2020, the overwhelming majority of them said they would be spending more time volunteering. As it turns out, when you volunteer to help others, you help yourself as well. So during this season of New Year resolutions we ask you to look outside yourself and explore how you may help others more.

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Dementia Pathways: Thoughts for the Journey

People living with dementia experience the same range of emotions as at any other time in their lives. Their experience includes periods of difficulty and unrest, but they also experience moments of great joy, moments of pleasure, and feelings of contentment. It’s important for both residents and their families to have the tools and support to walk this journey together.

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Keeping Family Connections Strong During COVID-19

Family-separation during this COVID-19 pandemic has become one of the most difficult challenges of sheltering in place for many Americans, especially those with fragile immune systems or those without family living under the same roof. For this reason, it’s incredibly important that we all do our best to stay in touch virtually until we can be together again in person. Here are some suggestions to make the most of your online get-togethers.

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Spring and Hope during Coronavirus

While the visitor restrictions for senior living communities are still in place, we are finding ways to keep families connected even during difficult times. We can come together with something that we feel springs eternal -- hope.

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