Some changes in life are exciting; some are pleasant; some are challenging, and some have all three elements. Transitions accompanying aging are often bittersweet, especially for an adult child watching their parent experience these changes. The Loss of Independence One of the most challenging aspects of aging for many is feeling a loss of independence.… Read More


Time seems to move at a rapid speed. Just thinking of moving to a new home is worrisome, especially if you are an introverted Senior. Transitioning into a Senior Community appears to be a very unwelcome proposition to these solitary souls. Consider, however, the advantages. How Introverts See the World As a rule, introverts listen… Read More


The following 5 tips are helpful to you and your loved one throughout the search for and a realization of a move.   Communicate The biggest key to moving a loved one into Senior Living is communication. Keep your Senior aware of the steps of the process if possible. Moving from a home of many… Read More


We may not be as agile as we’d like to be. Medical and physical issues may prevent us from activities we did with ease only a few short years ago. At the same time, research clearly reveals the importance of staying physically and mentally active in your senior years. There are plenty of activities that… Read More


Although the Alzheimer’s Association currently reports that over 5 million people nationwide are living with the condition, not everyone experiencing symptoms reports them. This means the numbers of people living with Alzheimer’s and dementia is most likely much higher than documented.   There are at least ten different types of dementia. Of these, Alzheimer’s disease… Read More