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.
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.
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.
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.
The COVID-19 pandemic is unprecedented. While combatting loneliness has always been a concern for the elderly, the issue has reached a new level of urgency.