While everyone has their little quirks, taking note of changing behaviors is the best way to identify that your aging parent may be struggling.
Adult living residences of all kinds, including assisted living facilities and memory care centers, have just weathered one of the most volatile years in our history.
The CDC's recommendation for a vaccine schedule include vaccine administration to healthcare workers and nursing home/assisted living residents in January.
As a senior care facility, we were especially cognizant of the need to not only react, but to adapt and innovate in order to keep our residents safe - a goal we are proud to have met with flying colors. Although the holidays may have seemed a bit dreary and our souls are a bit weary, it is now time to welcome in the new year - say hello to 2021.
I’m writing to cover a number of topics, including COVID-19 vaccine distribution, a round of COVID-19 testing, facility restrictions, December Holiday thoughts, and Family Dashboard instructions.
When a loved one is diagnosed with dementia or Alzheimer's disease, it can be overwhelming. The following dementia books are recommended by experts.
If you or a loved one is a senior citizen worried about finances and keeping documents safe, here are some tips to shore up your security.
As we age, many experience memory loss. Most assume this is inevitable, but there are ways that you can fight to keep your memory intact.
With COVID-19 in the forefront of the news, respiratory health is more important than ever. This blog is to explain respiratory illness and its causes.
I’m writing to cover a number of topics, including a round of COVID-19 testing, Hurricane Eta preparedness, Thanksgiving thoughts, and more.