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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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Enjoying Life Once Again

Think back… didn’t you see your parents shed a tear when you were hurt or disappointed;  happy when you made the grades or won an award, patted you on the back when you tried your best, and always let you know how proud they were of you?   Weren’t you afraid to walk into school on
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Celebrating Commencement

I recently watched with pride as my son crossed the stage receiving his hard-earned college degree.  I have also watched his excitement and anxiety as he began looking for his first “real” job.  The thrill of accepting a position immediately brought another stress in finding a place to live in a new city.  While as
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The “Aging in Place Equals Good Quality of Life” Paradigm

If we are truly being honest with ourselves, we would all like to age gracefully and comfortably in our own homes. The thought of having to relocate to an environment that offers supportive services that we may need when we age is not appealing to us. It’s human nature to desire our independence and we
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Family Owned vs National Chain Organization – A Personal Perspective

I have had the opportunity to work for assisted living communities that are nationally owned as well as locally family-owned and operated.  A family-owned and operated community has a much more personal and interactive feel compared to a national organization, simply because it is!  The owners are involved, on site daily and very accessible to
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