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
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.
October 29, 2020
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.
July 31, 2019
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.
June 26, 2019
Warmer weather is finally here, which means it’s time to spend a few more hours soaking up the sun.
May 30, 2017
Cold temperatures are finally a thing of the past and it’s time to enjoy that spring weather. For many Seniors, warmer weather means being outside in the garden or tending to flower beds.
April 24, 2017
Kids are back to school, there’s a chill in the air each morning and leaves are beginning to change. Fall is just around the corner, which means football season has begun, giving people of every age opportunities to cheer for their favorite teams, enjoy tailgating fun and spend lazy Sundays with
September 19, 2016
Many seniors experience changes in health as they age. Some seniors may notice a decrease in appetite, others may have difficulty regulating body temperature and staying warm and still others simply find that moving around isn’t as easy as it used to be.
August 22, 2016
Anyone who has been touched by the disease of Alzheimer’s knows the pain of losing a loved one or family member this way. Nearly 44 million individuals were reported to have Alzheimer’s in 2015, meaning hundreds of thousands of individuals and families are watching a loved one slip away slowly, one
July 25, 2016
As the body ages, it may not deliver the same hunger signals that it used to. Seniors often take more medications, have higher rates of conditions like diabetes, or have been relegated to more restricted diets by their doctors.
Written by: Michael Coury
May 16, 2016
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