Emotional

Helping Your Loved One Downsize to Senior Living

Today, many senior adults are leaving their homes of many years to move to personal care or assisted living communities. In fact, this type of senior living is now the most popular and fastest growing housing option among seniors in the US according to the article, Safety and Quality Contribute to Popularity of Assisted Living.”

Care After Catastrophe: What to Expect During Recovery from a Stroke

Every year, approximately 795,000 people in the United States suffer from a stroke, according to the National Stroke Association. This unfortunately common event can cause a variety of physical, cognitive and emotional damages for its sufferers, though each person’s experience differs based on the damage done to the brain. 

Tips on Easing the Transition to Long-Term Care for Your Loved One

Easing the Transition to Long-Term Care for Your Loved One

Change can be uncomfortable for any of us – regardless of age. However, as we get older change can become even more difficult.

Over the course of our lives, we can become a bit less flexible and more attached to familiar people, places and routines in our environment. In a fast changing world, the “sameness” of a consistent, daily routine and familiar surroundings is often a source of comfort, calm and confidence.   


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