In addition to providing for daily physical needs, adult communities work to maintain memory care benefits such as dignity, self-esteem and quality of life.
With this open-air concept in mind, our community is strategically designed to mitigate exposure to diseases like the flu, or even COVID-19.
In this blog we take a look at Alzheimer's disease dangers that may exist in the home, and how to keep your loved ones safe.
A dementia patient may not be able to participate in the decision regarding memory care facilities, nor really understand what is happening to them.
As our seniors grow older and family roles evolve, we may find it difficult, at times, to show them how important they are. Here are some ways you can continue to show your aging loved ones how truly unique and precious they are to you.
Alzheimer's disease is a scourge upon our elder population. If you or a loved one have concerns, early detection of dementia is key.
Planning for Thanksgiving dinner with a senior loved one may require a little imaginative preparation this year - here are some ideas.
As you or your loved one ages, there are new challenges you will face concerning safety. Keep these simple tips in mind to keep everyone safe.
While you may think of caregiving as simply spending time with someone, there are actually quite a few caregiver responsibilities that a must be considered.
Gratitude breeds further gratitude. It is contagious in the best possible way. For seniors, it provides benefits that you might not be aware of.