COVID-19 has caused many life changes, there is no doubt. Large gatherings, community-based activities, and unlimited visitation to our Seniors and loved ones are closely monitored or discouraged. Safe practices, face masks, and social distancing are now essential. These recommendations, made with health protection in mind, could additionally cause mental and emotional challenges, especially for… Read More


Days do appear longer for Senior Living Communities residents when visitors are not allowed. The CoVid-19 crisis in our country is currently facing emphasizes the need to discourage the mental effects of social distancing. Bridge to Better Living hopes the following suggestions for activities will help close the gap between Seniors and visitors who are… Read More


Assisted Living Communities today aren’t what they used to be, and many are making the change because it’s proving to be a better option than living alone at home. Senior Communities are no longer boring and stuffy facilities, but rather communities with a variety of amenities and activities for Seniors to take advantage of. Are… 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


An ongoing connection with others to establish meaningful relationships with a community and others is important. Engaging in social activities seems to be a natural occurrence in younger years but older adults living alone face unique social challenges, some leading to health issues. it is important to identify the sources and address them to avoid… Read More