Your Guide to Choosing the Right Skilled Nursing or Long-Term Care Community

“As many family caregivers have realized, the challenges of aging, injury or a chronic illness can sometimes require skilled nursing care or long-term care for a loved one,” says Mary Kate Wacker, Director of Admissions at Bryn Mawr Terrace in Bryn Mawr, PA.“Because the needs of our growing senior population can vary widely, at Bryn Mawr Terrace, our list of services include both skilled nursing care and rehabilitation for those requiring specific short-term health services, as well as long-term care for those who need help with daily living.

Senior Health During The Holidays

While the holidays are packed with delicious food and desserts, seniors and their caregivers should do all they can to stay as healthy as possible. This includes physical, mental and overall well-being. Knowing how to approach the upcoming holiday season when it comes to health, will make the holidays less stressful and will allow your loved one to truly enjoy spending this time of the year together.

Holiday Crafts & Activities

While spending holidays with older loved ones, doing crafts and activities together can be a fun way to connect and make new memories. Themed crafts are perfect to use as festive decorations, and they kick off the celebration of the season. There are plenty of crafts that are easy to do and don’t require a lot of artistic skill.