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How to Fight Loneliness: Connecting Seniors and Communities

Making the Transition to Assisted Living

Older married couple hugging

Life is filled with exciting milestones. From buying your first home and raising kids to watching your children get married and start their own families. Each major life event often marks a new beginning and is cause for celebration. Yet, one important life event that doesn’t inspire the same sentiment is that moment when seniors,… Read more

Understanding How Age Impacts Eye Health

Senior man wearing glasses to improve eye health.

Just as with any part of the body, our eyes require a bit more TLC as we age. Over time, you may notice that your vision becomes weaker or that it takes longer for your eyes to adjust to changes in light levels.  These are just a few common age-related eye issues that seniors may… Read more

How to Outsmart the Summer Heat

Adult son wiping the sweat off his elderly mother's forehead from heat.

As states throughout the country continue to experience mid-to-high 90° degree days, finding ways to beat the heat is on everyone’s mind. But no one wants to spend the remainder of summer cooped up in a home with the windows closed and the AC cranked up high.  Instead, many of us would rather explore the… Read more

Summer Reading List for 55 & Older

Senior woman sitting in chair while reading a book.

Is there anything better than sitting outside on a warm summer day, basking under the sun with a good book in hand? We certainly don’t think so. And if the weather does get too hot outside, you can always come back in to cool down on the couch and once again immerse yourself in a… Read more

What You Need to Know About Hip Replacements

Senior woman outside at a picnic

It may surprise you to learn that surgical hip replacement is a very common operation performed in the United States. In fact, it’s reported that 370, 000 hip replacement procedures happen each year. As with other joints in the body, your hip (which is also a joint) is prone to natural wear and tear (as… Read more

American Diabetes Month 2021

Man with diabetes drinking out of water bottle outside.

In honor of November being American Diabetes Month, we wanted to help spread awareness about this condition, in addition to providing tips and resources for seniors living in our retirement community.  Diabetes has a disproportionate effect on adults. And this condition can be both debilitating and challenging to manage the older we get. Therefore, it’s essential… Read more

Estate Planning for Seniors

Older woman with two younger children cooking together

Estate planning isn’t always the most popular subject around the dinner table, but it’s certainly one of the most important. As the holidays approach, and we find ourselves spending more time with loved ones, thoughts of the type of legacy we’ll leave behind to them may start to creep into the back of our minds…. Read more

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