Memory Care

7 Steps to Maintain Brain Health for Seniors

Senior exercises with resistance bands

We’ve all heard the saying, “Use it or lose it,” regarding the need for physical exercise to keep our bodies fit and healthy. But as it turns out, the same can be also said for our minds.

Today, Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia affect more than five million seniors in the U.S. And as a result, the need for older adults to focus on brain health has never been greater.

The good news for seniors is that there is growing evidence that older Americans can preserve their brain function and safeguard their memory by adopting specific healthy lifestyle activities.

How to Overcome the Guilt of Utilizing Respite Care

Overcoming Guilt

Caregiver guilt is one of the unfortunate by-products of devoted adult children or spouses assuming the role of primary caregiver for a loved one who needs their continuing help.

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.”

How to Choose the Right Long-Term Care: 9 Key Features to Consider

“Today, the combination of Americans living longer and the rapid growth in the size of our older population has resulted in an increasing number of families seeking long-term care for aging loved ones who require around-the-clock care for their safety and well-being,” says Collin Tierney, Executive Director and Administrator of Bryn Mawr Terrace in Bryn Mawr, PA. 

Tips For Holiday Crafts & Activities

Tips on Pet Therapy Benefits for Seniors

Man’s Best Friends: Benefits of Pet Therapy for Seniors

For many older adults, mobility limitations, health issues and low energy can keep them from the social engagement they once enjoyed. Especially in seniors who live alone, social isolation can lead to loneliness, depression and poor physical health. If you have an aging loved one who suffers from isolation, an animal companion could work wonders for their emotional and physical well-being.

Tips for Deciding The Right Time to Move to a Personal Care Community

When Is the Right Time to Make the Move to Personal Care?

Today, more Americans are discovering that personal care communities – also referred to as assisted living – offer the perfect blend of an independent lifestyle and just the right amount and type of support they need. In fact, because of the numerous benefits and advantages personal care living offers, it is the most preferred and fastest growing long-term care living option for senior adults today.


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