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It’s Important to Talk About Finances With Your Aging Parents

Money is a private topic for many Americans, especially those in the older generations. It's a topic that can't always safely be avoided, though. Aging parents sometimes need help with managing their finances, and because it's such a sensitive topic, they won't always ask for it until the situation has become dire. Why Talk Finances? [...]

By |December 5th, 2022|

Therapy is an Important thing to Look for in an Assisted Living Search

Senior living communities offer all kinds of psychological and social benefits to residents, from access to new friends, activities, and hobbies to the peace of mind that comes with knowing someone will always be there if things go wrong. What not everyone realizes is that assisted living homes often offer physical benefits, as well. One [...]

By |November 19th, 2022|

How to Bring Up the Topic of Assisted Living for a Loved One

It's something families dread thinking about, but it's an inevitable part of life. As a person ages, they may start to lose their functional abilities, and signs such as forgetfulness and falls may indicate that they can no longer live alone safely. No one wants to relinquish their independence, and the conversation can be a [...]

By |October 27th, 2022|

Mental Health Talking Point: Seniors With Clinical Depression

Mental Health Talking Point: Seniors With Clinical Depression It's normal for older adults to experience occasional bouts of sadness. After all, as people age, they tend to experience more health problems and struggle with grief more often than their younger peers. Bereavement, sadness, and even fear for the future can all be healthy emotions, but [...]

By |September 1st, 2022|

A Smooth Move

A Smooth Move An aging parent who must move into a senior community needs a smoother transition during these life events. Most seniors want to remain in their family home, but health challenges prevent them from staying alone, and they need extra services the family cannot provide. Senior communities fulfill the needs of elderly individuals [...]

By |July 30th, 2022|

Uplifting Our Elders

Uplifting Our Elders Loneliness and isolation serve as two concerns for seniors in America today. The global pandemic exacerbated these problems, and many people are struggling to return to a normal way of life. They got into a routine during the pandemic and continue to express concern about their health. As a result, seniors may [...]

By |July 4th, 2022|