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Five Signs Your Aging Parent is Ready for Assisted Living

Is it time for your aging parent to move into assisted living? Sometimes the warning signs can be subtle, and unfortunately, they are not one size fits all. Look for these five indicators: 1. Ongoing health issues Chronic health issues can be one of the major signs it could be time to explore assisted living
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Creating a Strong Community with Arts & Crafts

At Generations Senior Living, we love keeping our residents engaged with fun monthly projects that encourage both socialization and creativity. Arts and crafts projects can be both a therapeutic creative outlet and a way to boost cognitive function and dexterity in seniors. Working on creative projects together is a great way to share joy and
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Celebrating the Holidays with Seniors in Assisted Living

The holidays are a time for celebrating with family and friends. But with a loved one in assisted living, it can also mean starting some new traditions. Here are a few ways you can keep the holidays fun and festive for your family.   Include your loved one in holiday planning Your memories of the
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6 Spring Cleaning Tips for Seniors and their Caregivers

It’s that special time of year when many people decide to dive into spring cleaning. For seniors and their caregivers, spring cleaning can not only be a benefit to keeping things spic and span, but also can be imperative to a senior’s continued safety and happiness. So here are a few tips to help with
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Staying Safe at Home: Safety Tips for Seniors

For seniors, a fall or an accident in the home can have serious and lasting consequences. About 75 percent of home accidents for seniors involve a fall, and usually occur in the bathroom or the kitchen. Prevent falls and avoid injury with these helpful safety tips. The best way to avoid accidents is to identify
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