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Assisted Living – Is It the Right Choice for You?

"How do I know when it’s time?” That’s one of the most asked questions from seniors considering assisted living. It’s also one of the most difficult to answer. Often, you have a gut feeling that it’s time. On the other hand, you may be waiting for a “this is it” moment that gives you clarity on what your next step should be.  

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How Assisted Living Improves Quality of Life

Assisted living is often seen as a place that’s only for seniors who can’t care for themselves. After all, “assisted” is in the actual name, right? But, as the saying goes, you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover because assistance is only a small part of the assisted living story. The reality is that assisted living isn’t where you go to give up your independence, it’s actually where you can find the support and the opportunities to gain it...

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What Can You Expect in Assisted Living?

If you’re considering assisted living for yourself or a loved one you’ve likely done some research and have a basic understanding of what this type of senior living can offer. But, perhaps what’s even more important to learn is how it can benefit you. The best way to do that is to show you what to expect in an assisted living community like ours.

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What Is Assisted Living and When Is It Time to Consider It?

Assisted living is a type of senior living community that families often consider when a loved one begins to need a bit of extra help. But don’t assume that means they’ll be moving to a hospital-like setting. Far from it! In fact, beyond the support your loved one needs, you may be surprised just how active, enriching and fun life in these communities can be. What is assisted living? Let’s find out.

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What a Day in the Life of a Memory Care Resident Is Like

If you’ve been researching memory care for a loved one living with Alzheimer’s disease or another type of dementia, you’ve likely learned all about the services, features, and the wonderful benefits of this type of senior living in helping them thrive. While these are all important in comparing communities to find just the right fit, you may still be wondering what your loved one will experience on a day-to-day basis. We can help.   Here’s what...

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Options to Help with Paying for Memory Care

If you have a loved one living with Alzheimer’s disease or another type of dementia, you’ve likely heard of memory care. This type of senior living community is designed specifically to support and nurture those with dementia, but as is the case with any specialized care, there is a price.  

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How Communities Enrich the Lives of Memory Care Residents

When a loved one is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease or dementia, instinct leads most families to believe caring for them at home is best. However, that may not always be the case. Families are often surprised to find that the specialized care and supportive environment in memory care enrich the lives of residents in ways that are not as easily achieved at home. Here’s how. 

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Memory Care Questions to Ask to Find the Best Community for Your Loved One

Although you think your loved one with Alzheimer’s disease or dementia would be best supported by memory care at this point, you may be wondering how to choose the community. While memory care is designed to nurture those with Alzheimer’s disease and other types of dementia by providing specially-trained staff and a supportive, safe environment, not all communities are alike. That’s why it’s important to visit more than one community to compare.

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When Is It Time for Memory Care?

If your loved one has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease or another type of dementia, you may wonder how long they’ll be able to remain at home. While each person’s journey is unique, Alzheimer’s disease, in particular, is a progressive disease. In the early stages, most can remain largely independent. However, over time your loved one will need likely need more support than can be provided at home. These signs can help you determine: when...

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What Is Memory Care?

Often, a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease or another type of dementia leaves families with more questions than answers. Most likely, one of those questions is what’s the best way to support mom or dad’s needs right now? Memory care may have been recommended as a solution, but many families aren’t familiar with the benefits. We can fix that, from what is memory care to how it can help mom or dad continue to enjoy a full and purposeful life. 

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