It can be difficult to entrust your loved one to the care of others. If you’re looking for an assisted living community, with the right preparation you can find a community that fits the needs of your loved ones. As you attend a variety of senior living tours, to find the perfect fit, here are five
November 15, 2022
While a long and healthy retirement is ideal, it’s not always realistic. It may be uncomfortable to start thinking about assisted living at an early age, but when you start to discuss options before it’s necessary, no one will feel rushed into a decision. By starting the conversation early and
October 19, 2022
At Generations Senior Living, we are dedicated to the spirit of independence for our residents while providing the joy and comfort of home. For Steve Kravec, our team was able to be there for him and his family through his entire journey with us.
November 25, 2020
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.
November 20, 2020
In this time of uncertainty, it’s easy to occasionally feel unmotivated and separated from friends and family. But for active senior communities like Generations Senior Living, we’re finding ways to help our residents stay engaged and connected to their loved ones.
May 18, 2020
When moving to a senior living community, it’s not uncommon for seniors to fear losing their independence. At Generations Senior Living, we help your loved ones maintain their independence in a variety of ways, as they transition from their life at home to independent and assisted living.
February 18, 2020
Many seniors and their loved ones may have misconceptions about senior living communities. While you may think the term is interchangeable with “senior housing,” the truth is that a senior living community offers far more than housing. And when you start to evaluate them, you’ll discover that no
January 20, 2020
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:
Written by: Michael Coury
August 22, 2019
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:
Written by: Michael Coury
February 13, 2019
Phillip Coury, vice president of Generations Senior Living, says assisted living can actually produce more independence. Q: What is the importance of supporting a sense of independence in seniors and older adults?
Written by: Phil Coury
November 1, 2018
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