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  • Top Five Senior Housing Myths

    Top Five Senior Housing Myths

    There are a lot of myths when it comes to senior housing. Read on to find out the facts.

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  • Seniors by the Numbers

    Seniors by the Numbers

    Today’s senior population is vastly different from previous generations. As seniors live longer and longer, their effect on the country and the senior services industry is having a greater impact. While we all know the baby boomer generation is large, what differences are they having on senior services? Let’s dive into some of the numbers.

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  • Is Senior Housing Ready for the Silver Surge?

    Is Senior Housing Ready for the Silver Surge?

    As baby boomers age, they’ll have a profound effect on industries far and wide. The housing market in particular will see the impact of their massive numbers. With 10,000 boomers retiring per day, according to AARP, the generation has arrived at the doorstep of senior housing facilities. Read on for more details.

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  • Sharing is Caring – Adult Subscription Boxes for Seniors

    Sharing is Caring – Adult Subscription Boxes for Seniors

    Give the greatest gift of all – the gift of memories – with a subscription box designed for adults of all ages. We took some time to test out the top options for subscription boxes for the elderly to help make your decision an easy one.

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  • VA Benefits and Senior Housing – Know your funding options

    VA Benefits and Senior Housing – Know your funding options

    Oasis Senior Advisors understand the importance of reviewing costs and planning a budget for senior housing. Depending on your level of care, location and amenities, costs can increase quickly. Senior Advisors spend time learning about the various funding programs available to seniors to help offset the cost of moving into a senior living community. One of the very helpful but often unnoticed funding options is the U

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  • Five Tips to Help you Downsize into a Senior Living Community

    Five Tips to Help you Downsize into a Senior Living Community

    Moving — a six-letter word that everyone dreads to hear. Thinking back to your first move out of your parents’ house or thinking ahead to what may be your last move into a senior living facility can be nostalgic and emotional. But planning ahead to pack, transport and downsize (when necessary) will help make you’re your move smooth and give you more time to reminisce on old memories.

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  • Seniors benefit from the companionship of pets

    Seniors benefit from the companionship of pets

    Studies have shown the strong connection between an owner and their pet can increase fitness, lower stress and bring general happiness to their owners. Even the CDC proudly proclaims the health benefits of having a pet. When it comes to owning a pet, there are many options.

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  • Technology for the Ages

    Technology for the Ages

    In 1901, the first radio transmission was conducted. Fast forward 27 years and you arrive at the first broadcast on television. A lot has changed since the first forms of technology-assisted communication took shape. What hasn’t changed is the way technology has affected our lives. Far too often, seniors are considered too old for the technology of today. At Oasis, we know that not only can technology be used by anyo

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  • LifeStation Device Review

    LifeStation Device Review

    LifeStation is a medical alert service serving the entire United States. Based out of New Jersey, LifeStation provides its customers with the freedom to live and travel independently knowing that if they require emergency assistance, help is just a push of a button away. In this review, we will be providing some pros and cons of their systems and service.

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  • Stay Fit, Stay Active, and Get Moving at Any Age

    Stay Fit, Stay Active, and Get Moving at Any Age

    Proper exercise can play an essential role in your energy, quality of life and overall health. But as we age, our bodies don’t respond to exercise the way they used to. The muscle fatigue, joint aches and increased likelihood of injury that come with age doesn’t make staying in shape very easy, but it can be done. Staying active later in life has been shown to decrease the likelihood of depression and help to avoid c

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