The onset of Winter brings thoughts of cozy sweaters, holiday gatherings, hot drinks, and … the risk of contracting the flu. This year a pandemic has introduced additional challenges. Senior Communities have been proactive and developed procedures intended to minimize any chance of residents becoming ill.. Because Seniors are at high risk it is crucial… Read More


As Seniors advance in age, additional medications may be prescribed to alleviate the new ailments and illnesses associated with the aging process. Medication management is a challenging task for older adults and caregivers. The management of multiple prescriptions is complex as drugs, generics, dosages, and methods of receiving them vary.   Medication management is crucial… Read More


Fewer meals and smaller portions are common with advancing age. A shift in eating Patterns and preferences does more than change diets, it decreases social activity. Meal preparation is an exceptional way for Seniors with dementia to stimulate their brain activity. Cooking, baking, and serving involves more than one skill, all of which are important… Read More


Many Seniors choose to stay indoors and avoid chilly weather in the Fall. However, boredom may result in a short period of time. Bridge to Better Living has put together a list of Fall activities for Seniors at every level of mobility or skill. Why? Because Fall is one of our favorite seasons too! Put… Read More


It is both daunting and nerve-racking to determine the best type of community for you or an elderly loved one when remaining at home is no longer safe.  Assisted Living and Long-Term Care (referred to as nursing homes in the past) have several differences to be considered when making a decision to transition. What is… Read More