6 Tips on How to Care for Aging Parents via Long Distance Caring for elderly parents is already challenging. But factor in living across town or out of state, and the situation can become exponentially more difficult. Thankfully, there are ways to ease your guilt of being away from them while
March 14, 2022
Throughout decades of life, we love many people. But how often do we love ourselves and appreciate our own heart? In honor of February being American Heart Month, we want to share some heart-healthy tips.
February 23, 2022
Around the holidays, everyone gets together to celebrate, enjoy tasty food, and visit relatives they haven’t seen in a while. Even amidst all the holiday cheer, post-holiday season is likely the time when you start wondering if the changes in your parents or grandparents warrant researching
February 10, 2022
Memory loss can be challenging for seniors and their loved ones alike. But certain daily activities and games can help seniors stay sharp and engaged to prevent dementia, Alzheimer’s disease or other memory impairments.
December 8, 2021
After retiring, what are you going to do with all that free time? The opportunities are endless. Beginning a new hobby—or revisiting one that you used to love—helps support healthy aging for the mind, body, and soul.
December 1, 2021
One certainty about the COVID-19 virus is that it is always changing. That means our response to the virus must change as well, to keep up with developments while ensuring our staff and residents remain safe.
August 25, 2021
After a long, long winter inside, the residents at Generations Senior Living are ready for a fun and exciting schedule of summer activities!
August 19, 2021
At Generations Senior Living, you can tell the difference as soon as you step inside the front door. It’s a warmth, a sense of home and belonging. We’re a senior living community that puts uncommon value on family, and that’s the Generations difference.
August 12, 2021
Resident Provides Gift Suggestions During Local Interview “The most important thing you can give someone in assisted living, and it’s free, is a phone call or a visit.” – Dr. Charleen Jaeb
February 19, 2021
When it’s time to start looking for long-term care and senior living options it may feel like there are a million large and small decisions to make. Location, level of care needed, and preferred activities of daily living might be a few items on the top of your list of considerations. But what’s
February 9, 2021
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