The weather is certainly cold this month. Did you realize a Seniors temperature regulation is affected by illness, medication, blood thinners and aging? In these colder months be conscious of the efforts taken to keep loved ones warm. Here are some ways to help your senior stay warm for the rest of this winter. Dangers… Read More


This behavior is termed “Sundowning.” Sundowning (or Sundowner’s) is not a disease, but a symptom categorization under the overall symptoms of Alzheimer’s. What is Sundowning and Why Does It Occur? Sundowning is traditionally triggered during the evening or when there is little sunlight. The exact reason for Sundowning has not yet been found, which is… Read More


It does, however, weaken the immune system. A day spent outdoors requires appropriate precautions to be taken in order to stay healthy, especially during this flu season. Flu shots are recommended every year but safe health habits and hygiene are equally important. Cover your mouth when coughing, wash hands frequently and avoid crowds. The flu… Read More


Medicine and technology have improved in leaps and bounds since Senior Living Communities first began. As a result, Seniors and their loved ones have become more accustomed to the thought of moving where they will be able to continue a healthy and safe quality of life. However, their expectations are high. The number of people… Read More


We all want to still be on our feet, socializing with friends and family, getting to the places we want and enjoying a wonderful quality of life. The secret? Movement… keep muscles in motion. Embrace your age and do everything possible to stay upright. Here are some tips for staying mobile as a senior. Use… Read More