The benefits of independent living in a senior community may out-weigh staying at home including feeling safe and secure, and never being alone.
There are many reasons why pricing is not easy to find when you’re researching senior living communities without first sitting down with a representative. Part One of this Two-Part series will discuss the financial impact of senior living and ways to pay for it.
We understand that navigating a move to a senior living community can be difficult. Here are 10 tips to help you choose the best facility for you. We also strongly encourage on-site visits to get that "sense" of the environment you cannot pick up from a brochure, website or phone call.
Knowing when the time might be right to make the move to assisted living can be filled with emotion and conflict. By following a few guidelines, we hope to provide a clear path towards that personal decision.
For many, the holidays are a time of joy, but for some, this time of year can be especially difficult. Finding ways to cope with the heightened demands of holiday gatherings while providing care for loved ones, is key to surviving the season.
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.
Staying active and keeping a young state of mind has a positive influence on how we live especially as we age.
Aging in a community proves to be better for overall health and wellness versus living alone. Family caregivers also benefit knowing their loved ones are well-cared for and they are free to visit rather than handling daily chores.