We often think about respite care as being for the benefit of caregivers, but it can also be a blessing for seniors who require ongoing care. In this post, we explore reasons your loved one may enjoy respite care to give you a clear picture of what to expect if you're considering it.
Winter is a chilly time of year, but it can be a good time to consider assisted living options for yourself or a senior loved one. Once you select a place where you'd like to move, late winter is also an excellent time to move into your new home.
When planning a move into an assisted living community, you may be worried about mobility. Right now, your mobility may be good, but if it's started to get harder to do the things you love, now's the time to start looking into ways to maintain the mobility you have.
Studies have indicated that growing things is good for human health. That's true for older adults, too; one study published in a medical journal found that seniors who gardened reported overall higher self-esteem and social engagement than those who didn't.
Spring is a time of renewal. Whether you're a person of faith who loves the Lenten season leading up to Easter and all that means spiritually or you simply enjoy the warming of the world and the blooming of flowers and trees, it can be hard not to want some kind of fresh start during this season.
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