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5 Daily Habits That Reduce Your Risk of Dementia 

Dementia is a growing concern that significantly impacts individuals and families worldwide. As our population ages, the prevalence of dementia continues to rise, leading to a demand for caregiving and specialized care such as memory care. However, there is hope. Certain daily habits can reduce the risk of developing dementia and promote better cognitive health, […]

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Do People with Dementia Need Constant Care?

Dementia is a complicated condition, often characterized by memory problems and cognitive decline. It can impact almost every aspect of a person’s life and poses unique challenges that can be difficult to meet at home. But do people with dementia need constant care, or can they remain independent to a certain point? In the earlier […]

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Does Assisted Living Have Nurses?

Assisted living communities are designed for seniors who need some assistance with daily activities, but do not require round-the-clock medical care. In general, assisted living communities do not have registered nurses on staff. This is because they are not considered medical facilities and are therefore not required to have licensed medical professionals on-site at all […]

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The Negative Effects of Elderspeak

Assisted living has emerged as a compassionate and supportive solution for older adults who require assistance with daily activities while maintaining their independence. Assisted living facilities provide a bridge between complete autonomy and full-time care, offering residents a safe and comfortable environment to thrive in their golden years.  Communication is the cornerstone of human interaction, […]

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How to Recover from Caregiver Burnout

A lot in life demands our daily attention—work, our family, pets, accidents, bills, and sometimes a loved one who has reached a tender age or has a disability and needs our help.  When you’re taking care of everything else, it’s easy to feel like you’re drowning in responsibilities. Caregiver burnout is a state of physical, […]

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Posture Exercises for Seniors

Maintaining good posture is important at any age for your overall health and wellness. For seniors, poor posture can lead to aches, pains, and injuries. Your posture can also affect your balance and mobility, which are both essential for seniors leading healthy, independent lives both inside and outside assisted living communities.  Changes to your body […]

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