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  • Some Acts of Kindness for Good Neighbor Day

    Some Acts of Kindness for Good Neighbor Day

    This is a much-needed but little-known one called National Good Neighbor Day, which is held this year on Saturday, September 28.

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  • 5 Signs It’s Time for Assisted Living

    5 Signs It’s Time for Assisted Living

    If you have aging parents or loved ones who live independently at home and have for some time, it can be hard to tell if it’s time to start the conversation about Assisted Living. Many of us want to stay in our own homes forever, but safety or health is an issue that shouldn’t be ignored. Assisted Living communities exist to provide a stable environment for seniors who may need additional support, while still allowin

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  • Senior Living 101

    Senior Living 101

    Navigating the waters of senior living can be a bit overwhelming and confusing.

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  • Nurturing the Heart: The Power of Hugs and Human Touch

    Nurturing the Heart: The Power of Hugs and Human Touch

    The new year is a good time to think about taking care of your heart. In February we not only celebrate Valentine’s Day, but we also observe American Heart Month.

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  • How Can Assisted Living Support Seniors on Dialysis?

    How Can Assisted Living Support Seniors on Dialysis?

    Chronic kidney disease (CKD) is a long-term disease marked by decreasing kidney function over time. This can be caused by many things, from diabetes to high blood pressure to injury of the kidney itself. When the kidneys’ function is diminished, the toxins, waste, and fluids that they’re supposed to remove build-up. Chronic kidney disease is hard to diagnose because symptoms don’t usually appear until it reaches its

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  • Coloring Books for Adults – History, Trend and Benefits

    Coloring Books for Adults – History, Trend and Benefits

    In the last decade, the craze for coloring books for adults has drawn many people back to a hobby they enjoyed as kids. Ironically, adult coloring books were how the activity began in the first place.

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  • Ideas for Skilled Nursing Activities

    Ideas for Skilled Nursing Activities

    Those working in skilled nursing facilities know that one of their goals is to engage their residents in activities, but it can be hard to match the right activity to each resident’s individual physical and cognitive capabilities.

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  • Toward Dementia-Friendly Airports

    Toward Dementia-Friendly Airports

    Who hasn’t gotten twisted around in an airport looking for your gate or baggage claim? Now imagine you have dementia.

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  • How to Know When It’s Time to Move Your Parents to Senior Living

    How to Know When It’s Time to Move Your Parents to Senior Living

    How to Know When It’s Time to Move Your Parents to Senior Living:Unfortunately, in our society people often don’t want to address the challenges of aging until they absolutely have to.

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