What is Memory Care Living for Seniors?

What is Memory Care Living for Seniors?

According to the U.S Department of Health and Human Services, most Americans over the age of 65% will need long-term care of some sort. These type of care can range from basic assisted living care to more experienced nursing care to specialized support like memory...
Preventing Falling Injuries for Seniors

Preventing Falling Injuries for Seniors

Falls are one the leading causes for hospital and emergency room visits for seniors. More than one out of four senior aged individuals experience falls every year, but only half of them report this incident to a medical professional according to the CDC. Falling...
Easing The Transition To A Senior Living Community

Easing The Transition To A Senior Living Community

Broaching The Senior Living Discussion If you are an adult child of aging parents, you may be concerned that they are no longer the vibrant, active retirees they were?  You may notice your parents moving a little slower and needing more help to be safe?  Their medical...
Signs You Should Consider Senior Living

Signs You Should Consider Senior Living

No one is immune from the aging process, and most people need a little help as they get older. This help can come in the form of assisted living, independent living, or any other type of senior community. If you are having trouble deciding whether you need a little...
How To Help Aging Parents Manage Their Money

How To Help Aging Parents Manage Their Money

Many adult children often worry about the ability of their aging parents to manage money and financial affairs, and for good reason. Statistics from The National Council on Aging show that 29 percent of homeowners over the age of 62 have difficulty or need help...