Visit regularly if you have a loved one as a resident and offer new interaction. Enjoy time together and maintain a positive approach. If you’re uncertain about how to adapt to their new lifestyle, here are tips to consider and activities to do with your loved one in Long-Term care. Remember, it is not unusual… Read More


Keeping relationship skills and being open to new interactions is important no matter your age. Let’s Talk Open communication is a relationship must. What is said and how it is communicated creates a significant difference. Positive communication helps to keep a relationship on the right track. Focus on what is working well and use encouragement… Read More


The benefits are endless. Retired Seniors take immense satisfaction in the time they now have to immerse themselves in a good book. Many who are visually impaired listen to audio books and visit with other bookworms. Joy is multiplied when able to share an interest in reading with others. Reading Benefits the Mind Books are… Read More


Active Seniors have a higher quality of life than those who are sedentary and unengaged. Activities for bodies and minds are not only good for your health but keep you interesting and interested. Volunteer Opportunities for volunteering are endless. Volunteer activities may engage physical strength such as walking dogs at a shelter or be calming… Read More


Imagine learning it was no longer safe or comfortable to remain in a home of several decades. Many do not find this a challenge but instead an adventure. Here is an opportunity to meet new friends and a chance to discover a new lifestyle which could also be fun. Many Seniors, after living in their… Read More