Seniors and Social Isolation: Tips for Combating Loneliness

It’s long been known that social isolation among older adults is a serious concern that can increase a senior’s risk of experiencing not just anxiety and depression, but also adverse effects on physical and cognitive health. With the onset of COVID-19 permeating cities, states and countries across the globe, the factors that contribute to social…

April 24, 2020

’Tis the Season for Rehab: 5 Essential Considerations for Short-Term Rehabilitation

For many seniors, the cold winter season is a challenging time to maintain their physical health. With increasingly weakened immune systems, elderly adults are particularly susceptible to the dangers of influenza, pneumonia and other viral conditions.

February 26, 2020

Starting Your Search for a Memory Care Community: 5 Steps to Prepare for the Process

It’s natural to feel overwhelmed when the cognitive health of an aging loved one starts to decline. As they begin to require more assistance and care than you can realistically provide, you’re likely to feel the weight of questions concerning their safety and overall well-being. That’s when you look for outside help and consider the…

January 21, 2020