My elderly father is now 90 years old, and my mother is just three years behind him. They love their country home. It’s their life work. They love working in the yard and doing projects in the house. It shows. The place is beautiful. Their home is the place where our whole family gathers. It’s […]
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Access critical articles written by our expert staff to stay informed on the latest senior care topics. Educate yourself on the different types of senior housing, care options and elderly medical conditions affecting seniors today.
Empower Yourself Now to Make the Best Decisions for Your Loved One.
Learn the Ins & Outs on Choosing the Right Senior Living Facilitiy.
Latest Coronavirus News and Updates Affecting Older Adults and How to Keep and Protected
Doctors, Gerontologists and Aging Experts giving you their Top Tips & Advice
Senior Health & Wellness, including tips on how to have a Healthy Senior Lifestyle
Get Up to Date News and Updates on Medical Conditions Affecting Seniors
In-Home Care services for Seniors in the comfort of their own home
Vital Caregiving Tips to Ensure Your Loved One Gets the Best Care They Deserve.
The Latest Medicines Aimed to Prevent and Treat Health Problems of Seniors
Dealing with the Death of a Loved One and Ways to Cope With Grief and Loss Especially for Seniors
Crucial Guide on Making the Move, Transition and Downsizing Much Easier for Seniors
Essential Tips on How to Effectively Manage the Funds of Seniors inc. Legal Issues and Solutions
Crucial Senior Safety Tips and Articles Inc. Home Safety Guidelines for Seniors and Keeping Them Protected
Shopping Guidelines Designed for Seniors, Shopping Tips and How To Get Senior Discounts
Travel Guide for Seniors including Travel Deals and Vacation Packages. Designed for Seniors Who Love to Travel
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Preparing for your Loved Ones that need Senior Living can be overwhelming and stressful. Go over some useful reminders and tips so you can be best prepared to make the best decision possible.
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View this punch list of questions you need to be asking when touring Senior Living. Plan ahead and ensure your Loved Ones get the best care they deserve
Quick article on the factors that go into determining your monthly rent and care payment. If you’re working with a budget, make sure not to miss how you or a family member can make care for your loved one more affordable.
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Learn about the “Monthly Rent” Model vs. the “Buy-In Purchase” Model. From move in gifts, reduction in deposit, reduction in community fees. Learn what your options are.
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Senior Living Knowledge Center
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10 telling signs to determine if your loved one needs assisted living right now or in the future. Their safety is #1 and knowing when they need professional care is crucial.
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The National Average Cost of Assisted Living is $3,400 per month. Are you ready for the costs of Senior Living? Here are some tips to make it afforable.
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It is important to know the common assisted living mistakes to ensure that you find the right facility that meets your elderly loved one’s care needs. Choosing the right assisted living is crucial since it will have a significant impact on their quality of life, health and happiness as they live out their golden […]
Moving a senior loved one to an assisted living place is never an easy decision. It can be very stressful and emotional. Assisted living is a good option for seniors who needs help with Activities of Daily Living (ADLs), like eating, bathing, walking, dressing and going to the bathroom. It can help the elderly people […]
People of all ages can benefit from taking up a hobby. A “hobby” is generally defined as an activity one is passionate about – to whatever degree that may be – that is not part of their professional life, nor is it something they make money from. For seniors living in the retirement phase […]
When considering options for senior care, assisted living can be the best choice to keep the independence so vital to seniors’ everyday lives. When seniors reach the time in which they must begin considering their care options, their choices may seem limited. However, assisted living can not only help sustain the lifestyle they currently enjoy, […]
Getting older has its perks. When many people think of aging, they often make negative associations with their senior years—aching bones, memory loss or ill health—but aging, it turns out, is actually pretty great. You’re just happier. The older a person gets, the happier they are. A recent study published by the Journal of Clinical […]
The Cost of Assisted Living has been constantly increasing this past few years. It is important for seniors and families to check their finances before making the Asisted Living decision. You may want to consult your financial advisor, if you have one so you can budget for the cost of assisted living and other […]
When it is time for seniors to make a choice regarding their care, it is important to separate fact from fiction in considering assisted living. Many seniors ask the same questions when weighing whether to move forward with an assisted living facility, and they should consider the truth behind some of the most common myths […]
Father’s Day is just around the corner—and with the day comes the gift, something many people still struggle with. Finding the perfect present for a father who lives in assisted living should not be much more of a challenge than getting one for those not in assisted living. There are plenty of gifts and experiences […]
With many Americans choosing to put the burden of caring for their aging loved ones on their own shoulders, it is easy to forget how difficult things can be for the caregiver. Choosing to care for an aging loved one is a choice that dramatically alters a person’s life. In the United States, this life-changing […]
No holiday inspires patriotism and good old-fashioned summer fun like the Fourth of July. The anticipation to celebrate America’s birthday does not end at childhood—seniors look forward to the Fourth of July as well, and not just to celebrate the country they love but also to get a bit nostalgic. Celebrating Independence Day with a […]
Many Americans—in fact, nearly 16 million—are currently caring for a loved one with dementia such as Alzheimer’s in their home. Of these care providers, all of whom are unpaid, all would like to see their loved ones live as calm and comfortable a life as possible, especially when confronted with the disorienting and often devastating […]
When considering assisted living, one of the first things seniors and their loved ones discuss is what kind of everyday changes they should expect. Many seniors fear that life in an assisted living community will somehow limit their freedom—but this could not be further from the case. Seniors thinking about assisted living can rest assured […]
As America’s senior population grows, the role of technology in caregiving will continue to grow alongside it. Family members are the main source of care for many seniors, but as care becomes more intensive and complicated, seniors and their family members often opt for the care of an assisted living community. While assisted living communities […]
Finding the right time to retire can be difficult to pin down. Sometimes emotional needs do not exactly match financial needs; other times, factors such as an employer moving to another state or even certain body, health and mental factors may tell us when it is time to start a new chapter. No matter how […]
Caring for a loved one diagnosed with Alzheimer’s is a challenge a growing number of Americans are forced to accept. The more than five million Alzheimer’s sufferers are at least partially cared for by 15 million brave family members and loved ones — many of whom provide this service unpaid. The emotional and health toll […]
For a lot of seniors, retirement is an opportunity to explore several lovely sights around the world. They worked for many, many years and have saved enough so during their retirement years, seniors enjoy the luxury of traveling around the world to discover different cities and landmarks. They enjoy traveling with friend and families, especially […]
Whether it is a new home or a home that has been in the family for generations, houses are not generally built with seniors in mind. Converting your home to be safe for seniors is essential if you plan for your loved one to live there for a long time. As we age, mobility and […]
Not all states are created equal when it comes to growing old, and some places in the U.S. may be better equipped — socially, economically, and even physically — to care for its aging population. A survey conducted by Caring reviewed senior care facilities in all 50 states as well as cost of care surveys and […]
Seniors rely more than any other group on prescribed medication. Unfortunately, while medication is prescribed to solve medical problems, it can often actually become the cause of others. Seniors account for over a third of hospital stays in the United States, according to the Department of Health, and over half of those stays are due […]
Any major life change takes a lot patience and planning. Getting the necessary support from family and friends will make it easier. Transitioning your elderly loved one into an assisted living community will be one of the major life changes you’ll experience as a family. Having a full understanding of the assisted living process […]
Caring for someone suffering from Alzheimer’s is a full-time job. Whether the person caring for the elderly is a loved one or a professional caregiver, the everyday duties of caregiving require someone with a lot of patience and a big heart. It is important to understand what a caregiver’s daily journey is like […]
Find the most recently updated and new Senior Living Facilities in the United States. These residential homes or large communities range in services that provide Assisted Living, Independent Living and Memory Care for our aging Loved Ones. Take a look at these Senior Living facilities and see what they have to offer. Coastal Senior […]
As a senior care advisor, I always get asked about the difference between Assisted Living and Memory Care. A lot of people are confused and do not completely know what type of long-term care option would be best suited for their aging loved ones. The most common long-term care options today would be Assisted […]
During these challenging times, families will still need assisted living during the Coronavirus for their loved ones. Here are some reminders and simple steps on what to do if your loved one needs assisted living. We’ve heard it so many times that the senior population is most susceptible to the coronavirus, right? During this […]
Due to Covid-19, Senior Living Virtual Tours have been in high demand primarily due to the safety of Senior Living facility residents and its visitors. Since the virus, the world was forced into lockdown. Economies were shut down and most people stayed home. In an effort to avoid the spread of the coronavirus, social […]
Is it safe to move to an assisted living during covid-19? Transitioning to an Assisted Living facility requires careful planning. It can be very stressful, especially if you need to move your aging loved ones during the Covid-19 pandemic. The number one priority is always to keep your loved ones safe and protected against the […]
Did you know that per CDC, over 800,000 patients each year are hospitalized because of a fall injury? At least 1 out of 4 older adults aged 65 and over fall each year. If the fall death rates in the US continue to rise, we can anticipate about 7 fall deaths every hour by 2030. […]
Did you know that the number of elderly couples moving into Senior Living Communities has been increasing over the past several years? One of the most common misconceptions today is that Senior Living Communities are ONLY for seniors who are sick and can’t take care of themselves. The truth is more and more elderly […]
We all have a need to be connected to others. It’s just a fact of life. We’re all social creatures – some more than others, but our social connections keep us healthier in our minds and in our bodies. Gerontologists have studied the effects of social connection and found that seniors who disengage, […]