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Five subtle questions to help gauge your aging parent’s health

Reaching out for help can difficult, especially for our loved ones. But asking a few subtle questions can help you gauge the physical and mental health of your parent and determine if it may be time for assisted living. Consider asking these five questions at your next visit:   Question #1 How was breakfast? An
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Chef Fred’s Recipe Corner – Marinated Flank Steak

Our very own Generations Senior Living Dining Services Director, Fred Abraham is well known by both residents and visitors for preparing some of the most fresh and delicious food in town.  Today we’re sharing one of Fred’s favorite recipes that you can easily make yourself to enjoy at home. Flank steak is a very lean
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Six ways to make the most of your visit

When a parent or loved one moves into an assisted living community, the transition can be difficult for the whole family. Routines get shaken up and some pastimes can’t be continued; yet new experiences are around every corner. Here are six ways to make the most of your visit by invoking your favorite memories –
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Five summer health and wellness tips for seniors

With summer on its way, it’s important to be aware of our health and bodies, especially as we get older. From enjoying the rays to staying active, help your loved ones enjoy the sunshine while staying healthy with these five tips. Tip #1: Eating fresh foods There is no better time of year than during
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100 Year Birthday Bash at Generations in Strongsville

This month at Generations, we celebrated two momentous 100 year birthdays with our residents, Edna and Stephanie with a fun party for all the residents.  We spent the day celebrating these ladies lives, sharing stories and finished our delicious meal with some sweet and colorful birthday cake. Happy 100th Birthday to Edna and Stephanie from
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