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Aging in Place: Pros and Cons

Aging in Place: Pros and Cons

The aging process can be full of happiness, joy, and enjoyable new experiences. However, it’s also a process that can involve many complex changes and new challenges—such as memory issues, like dementia. 

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How to Navigate Online Dating for Seniors

How to Navigate Online Dating for Seniors

Everyone deserves love and companionship in their lives— and seniors are no exception. But meeting potential partners as an older person can be particularly tricky. Thankfully, online dating for seniors is a great way to make connections, start relationships, and add more possibilities to your life!

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Stories About Mom to Brighten Your Mother’s Day

Stories About Mom to Brighten Your Mother’s Day

Moms are the rocks of many households. The support and love that mothers give to their families and loved ones should be celebrated every day but particularly on Mother’s Day. 

In the senior living space, Mother’s Day is always a unique and meaningful holiday. Especially as you get older, and perhaps start a family of your own—more and more, you understand the strength and sacrifice that comes with being a mom. To recognize all the amazing mothers out there as well as spread a little joy, we asked our tribe to share a favorite memory about their mom or being a mom.

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8 Brain-Healthy Recipes that Include Superfoods for Seniors

8 Brain-Healthy Recipes that Include Superfoods for Seniors

Based on data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), symptoms of cognitive decline, such as memory loss and confusion, impact one in nine U.S. adults. An estimated 10.8 percent of people between 45 and 64 experience this issue. However, it’s more common in senior adults, affecting 11.7 percent of the 65+ population. Cognitive decline can be a precursor to conditions like dementia and Alzheimer’s, so it’s important to care for your brain health as you or your loved one age. 

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How Senior Living Communities Aid Their Residents in Times of Uncertainty

How Senior Living Communities Aid Their Residents in Times of Uncertainty

Since the earliest cases of COVID-19, doctors cautioned that those 65 and older must self-quarantine since they are among the most susceptible to this virus. While the physical benefits of social distancing for seniors are undeniable—their health depends on it—the logistics can be just as stressful as the Coronavirus threat itself. 

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Easy Creative Projects for Seniors with Dementia

Easy Creative Projects for Seniors with Dementia

Pursuing a creative hobby or learning a new skill activates both the senses and imagination, which can sharpen the mind and slow the decline of brain function, notes Harvard Health. Creativity enhances focus, builds awareness, stimulates curiosity, and promotes belief and confidence in oneself, Harvard Health continues. As such, arts and crafts and creative pastimes are ideal activities for dementia. 

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Hosting: One of the Many Benefits of Assisted Living

Hosting: One of the Many Benefits of Assisted Living

The goal of assisted living is to create a safe community to meet the needs and lifestyles of aging adults. Some socially active seniors or matriarchs and patriarchs of their family may worry that transitioning to assisted living will hinder their ability to be a host others. However, the benefits of assisted living translate to guests and special occasions as well. 

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Downsizing and Decorating Senior Living Apartments

Downsizing and Decorating Senior Living Apartments

Moving out of your house—the place you lived for decades, raised a family, and created many memories—to downsize to assisted living can be a bittersweet process. But while it does require some adjustment on the frontend, there is no reason your new senior living apartment can’t have all the comforts of home and reflect your personal taste. What’s more, the new space can also hold opportunities for a fresh start. 

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Why You’ll Love the Simplicity of Assisted Living

Why You’ll Love the Simplicity of Assisted Living

People are living longer, more fruitful lives. However, many older adults worry about being a burden on their loved ones in their later years. Fortunately, senior assisted living communities are here to help. New communities, like Vineyard Bluffton, focus on simplifying life for older adults. Their living amenities provide as-needed assistance with a keen focus on sustaining residents’ independence.

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