6 Things to Consider When Choosing Short-Term Rehabilitation

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Short-term rehabilitation is an excellent service for individuals who need extra assistance following an accident, illness or surgery. This is particularly true for senior adults. Short-term rehabilitation is focused on providing the care and therapies necessary to help the individual regain strength and function so they can live safely at home.

Don't Wait for a Crisis: The Benefit of Creating a Care Plan for Your Senior Loved One Now

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While none of us likes to think about our parents or other senior loved ones getting older, senior care experts remind us that there's no time like the present to prepare for their future health needs. Like it or not, the aging process can bring unexpected life changes to seniors that can impact the entire family.

Halloween and COVID-19: How to Celebrate Safely This Year

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The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way we think about many aspects of our lives. That includes how we celebrate traditional occasions such as Halloween. The priority today is safety first!

Since many of the communities in our area are allowing parents to decide whether or not their children can participate in Halloween night, it is important to know how to participate safely.

9 Helpful Tips to Find Compassionate Long-Term Care for Seniors

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If you are a family with a senior loved one who could benefit from the 24/7 professional services of long-term care, you are not alone. With the large and ever-growing numbers of older adults in our population today, many families are evaluating long-term care options for senior loved ones.

While there are many factors to consider when searching for the best long-term care for seniors, one of the most important is a reputation for compassionate, attentive care.

A Storied History of Compassionate Long-Term Care

The Benefits of Art and Creativity for Seniors with Dementia

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Considered one of the highest forms of human expression, art and creative interpretation are now being used to assist individuals with Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia to express themselves and reconnect with the world around them – while also providing them with valuable physical and emotional benefits.

The Healing Relationship Between Art and Dementia