Here’s Why More Older Adults Now Prefer Living in Senior Living Communities

There’s a common misconception that senior living communities do not offer the right comfort and environment for seniors. While it’s true that there’s nothing better than home, senior living communities offer a homely environment where each individual can learn and grow at their own pace.Read more

3 Signs Your Loved One Needs Assisted Living Care

Having your loved one move to an unknown assisted living facility can seem daunting, but it’s often absolutely necessary for their health and quality of life.

Uncertain about going ahead with this? Here’s when you know assisted living is required.  Read more

The Long-Term Care Benefits of Senior Living Communities

Choosing a long-term senior living community for your loved one is no doubt a very difficult decision to make. But it’s also extremely important.

It’s understandable that you do not have the resources, means, or the time to provide your loved one with the care they deserve.

This is where a long-term senior living community takes center stage. Enrolling your senior loved one into one will not only be beneficial for them, they will learn new skills and adapt to their surroundings at their own pace.Read more

Assisted Living or In-Home Care: How to Decide?

It’s estimated that the population of older Americans will increase dramatically as the Baby Boomers age in the next 10 years. The year 2030 will see a turning point for the U.S. demographics with one in every five residents being of retirement age.Read more

Independent Living for Veterans and What You Should Know

According to statistics, there were over 9.3 million veterans of retirement age in America in 2015. While the bulk of these veterans are from the Vietnam War, the others include the Korean War and WWII veterans. 4.8 million Of these veterans have retired already with the rest of the 1.6 million set to reach retirement age over the next decade.Read more

Communicating With Someone with Memory Loss

Just like every other stage mentioned by Shakespeare in his famous ‘Seven Ages of a Man,’ old age is an inevitable yet beautiful phase of human life. After spending decades juggling a career and family, years spent striving to put food on the table, and going through a myriad of life experiences, our senior loved ones deserve all the love, empathy, and kindness in the world.Read more

The Power of Communication: The Benefits of a Senior Living Community for a Widower

According to a study by the Journal of Women's Health, marital status plays a major role as a factor influencing disability and mortality in people. Married people become used to having a partner to share their daily struggles. In case of death of a spouse, both genders struggle to cope. Studies have shown that becoming a widow or widower increases the risk of depression and mental issues.Read more

Alzheimer’s disease: Causes, Symptoms, & Treatment

First discovered in 1906, Alzheimer’s disease has been recognized as a common cause of dementia leading to death among the elderly. According to the Alzheimer’s Association, the disease is the 6th leading cause of death in America. There are approximately 5.8 million people living with Alzheimer’s and the United States with the number projected to reach 14 million by the year 2050.Read more

Living Large in Sherman Oaks: How to Live Your Best Life in a Senior Living Community

Watching people we love get older and face issues related to aging that deprive them of their independence can be difficult. Health concerns can result in sleepless nights and it’s only normal to want what’s best for them. A viable option that includes a happy and healthy lifestyle for older adults takes the form of a senior care community.Read more

Assisted Living Facilities & Why We Need Them

According to statistics, it’s estimated that 20 million Americans will be over the age of 85 by the year 2050. Medical issues such as dementia, depression, and illnesses are common among older adults. They require regular physical activity and proper care to help them maintain their quality of life.Read more