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


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


A younger person may have easily found new friendships in school, work or through mutual family and friends. Retirement brings a different approach. However, a positive attitude toward friendship generally results in a long, happy and healthy retirement, one surrounded by friends. Local Clubs One way to find new friends is by joining a local… Read More


Continual risks exist for all but especially for elders. It is difficult to imagine a world where one becomes dependent on others for transportation to social events, shopping, church, errands and vacation destinations. The reality of aging, however, does predict there will be a time when the keys may need to be given to someone… Read More


From sibling rivalry in childhood, to rowdy roommates in college, and your own family as an adult, living with others can be challenging. It can be especially difficult when you are in assisted living and have a roommate that is hard to handle.… Read More