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Kim and Kristen Discuss Assisted Living Costs on Local Finance Podcast

Generations employees Kim Bergmann and Kristen Kessler were pleased to join Chris and Matt on the Road to Retirement podcast. In this episode, they discuss the differences between assisted living, nursing homes, and hospice care. Kim and Kristen break down the average cost-per-day of senior living. They cover everything from the price of long-term residence,
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Celebrating the Holidays with Loved Ones in Assisted Living During COVID-19

The holidays will look a little different this year, particularly for those in assisted living. Finding ways to spread cheer while keeping loved ones safe is top of mind this season. Our team at Generations Senior Living has come up with a few clever ways for you to safely celebrate the holidays during COVID-19. Christmas
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More Than 50 Years of Families Caring for Families

Whether our residents prefer to live independently or require more supportive care, our assisted living communities are designed to meet each individual’s physical, emotional and social needs. Our founder Robert M. Coury had a passion for meeting the needs of seniors, as well as children with developmental disabilities and their families. He established the first
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Chef Fred’s Recipe Corner – Orecchiette Pasta

Our Dining Services Director Fred Abraham is well-known by Generations Senior Living residents and visitors for preparing flavorful, easy meals for all to enjoy. Today, we’re sharing a delicious pasta dish that always responds with a warm welcome from our residents. This is an easy pasta recipe with savory Italian sausage. Of course, we use mild
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How to Qualify for Assisted Living: What You Need to Know

Many seniors and their caregivers often wonder how to qualify for assisted living. Some assisted and independent living communities have requirements for admission that you need to be aware of, including a physical assessment, a functional assessment and a care plan. Here’s what you should know to qualify. Physical Assessment Medical history and a physical
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