How to Cope with Caregiver GuiltWhen your loved one moves to an assisted living community, the transition can be difficult. The decision to seek additional support for daily living is not an easy one to make. However, when caring for your loved one at home becomes dangerous because of safety concerns, or when it’s just too much for you to manage, assisted living is a solution that many families choose.
February is National Senior Independence MonthFor most of us, maintaining our independence is a lifetime goal - no matter our age. The freedom to make our own decisions and choose a lifestyle that matters is a value that most seniors share. National Senior Independence Month is celebrated every February and is the perfect time to reflect on your individual goals for your health and wellbeing.
February 11, 2020
How Lifelong Learning Can Help You Stay Sharp in RetirementWhether it's singing, writing or learning how to sculpture clay, it's never too late to learn something new! Seniors can reap countless rewards by pursuing lifelong learning activities. Not only can older adults find a sense of fulfillment by engaging their minds regularly, but learning also supports healthy aging in many ways.
January 27, 2020
5 Essential Vitamins and Minerals for Better Brain HealthAs we get older, it is normal to experience some decline in memory, focus and concentration. Although it may feel a bit frustrating, it’s a normal part of the aging process. Fortunately, there are certain lifestyle changes we can make to keep our brains healthy and our memories sharp. Maintaining a healthy diet is important at any age, but eating nutritious meals full of healthy vitamins and min