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Strategies for Coping with Alzheimer’s Disease: Patience, Compassion and Flexibility

Monday, July 1, 2019
A diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease flings every member of the family into a difficult and often chaotic situation. Caring for an Alzheimer’s patient is a full-time undertaking. As Alzheimer’s progresses, everyone; spouse, children ...

Young Mind from a Healthy Body

Monday, June 24, 2019
By: Andrea Fanz Most people believe that the only way to maintain a sharp mind is by completing intellectual activities such as reading, solving problems or studying new information. However, studies show that physical exercise is actually highly ...

Honoring Memorial Day

Monday, May 20, 2019
Here are six ways to Honor Memorial Day Learn their stories Listen to recordings from veterans and their families through StoryCorps oral history (storycorps.org/discover/military-voices) or pick up a military related memoir or other nonfiction ...

9 assisted living activities any golden gal (or guy) will love!

Monday, February 4, 2019
For a long time, the activities that were offered at most assisted living facilities were limited, to say the least. Outside of occasional bingo nights and Bible studies, assisted living facilities didn't usually offer much in terms of entertainment ...

A Nickle from Grandma: What Assisted Living Costs Really Look like in 2019

Thursday, January 3, 2019
Assisted Living Costs
What Assisted Living Costs Really Look like in 2019 There are currently around 1 million senior citizens living in assisted living facilities. But with the aging Baby Boomer population, this number is expected to start increasing. If you're ...