Assisted Living

  • Fall Detection Alert Devices Give Seniors Personal Safety And More Freedom

    1 Of 3 Older Adults Will Experience A Fall In The Next 12 Months According to the National Center for Injury Prevention and Control, one out of three adults aged 65 or older will experience at least one fall during the next 12 months. Two thirds of those adults will ...

  • Stay in Your Home Throughout Your Golden Years

    Most of us want to remain in our own homes as we grow older. Thanks to aging in place concepts, that possibility is a realistic one. You can modify your home to make it more accessible or purchase a new home to meet your needs. Engaging Concept According to the ...

  • DME: Durable Medical Equipment

    DME is a common need for patients being discharged home from a care facility. Obtaining necessary items for safety and independence doesn’t need to be complicated. Here are some tips and information about getting the required equipment for a successful transition home. How to Get DME The treating therapists in ...

  • The Top 8 Tips For Managing Dementia as a Caregiver

    Family members caring for a loved one with dementia will eventually become overwhelmed; it’s unavoidable. As the disease progresses, there will be more challenges to keep the person safe, nourished, and comfortable. What can you, as the primary caregiver do to help yourself and the person in your care? Reality ...

  • Coronavirus and Depression - Behavioral Changes and Symptoms

    Coronavirus and depression are terms that we are hearing a lot about in these days of facing and living with a pandemic. COVID-19 is changing the way we live daily, and it is affecting our seniors on a grand scale. Seniors are facing a myriad of changes and learning to ...

  • Levels of Care: Community Living

    For people who need help to remain in a least-restrictive environment, there are several options available. In many instances, care for chronic conditions happens in the patient’s home; however, for acute ailments, admission to a care facility may be warranted. For example, a persistent issue such as COPD may be ...

  • Non-Medical Senior Care Options

    We all want the best care for our seniors and ourselves when we become older. But, what does non-medical senior care consist of? Is it available for everyone, and will insurance or Medicaid help to pay for it when the time comes? Non-Medical Senior Care by Family Members In many ...

  • Caregiver Support When it’s Needed

    When taking care of someone who needs around-the-clock supervision, it takes patience and uses energy reserves that many of us never knew we had. How can we provide care to our loved ones and still be able to have the time and handle other things in our everyday lives? Taking ...

  • Senior Housing Trends in 2020

    Today, more so than years before, seniors can choose the type of housing in which they want to reside. Whether they decide to move to an assisted living facility or stay in their own home, the choice is theirs and what suits their needs the best. Of course, as their ...

  • Cleaning Tips to Prevent the Spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19)

    The Novel Coronavirus is on everyone’s mind today. We can’t turn on the tv or radio, or open a newspaper or web page, or meet with other people without hearing the most recent numbers. Coronavirus is a microbe, often called a ‘germ.’ Viruses, bacteria, and fungi are all microbes. Some ...