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recovering from surgery in an assisted living facility

When my mother decided to get surgery on both of her knees, we knew that it would be difficult for her to get around for a couple of weeks. We weighed the pros and cons of having her stay in my home while she recovered and did some research about her staying at an assisted living facility up the road from my place. After reading about what I would have to do for her during her recovery, we decided that the medical professionals at the assisted living facility would be best to handle it. Learn about staying at an assisted living facility for surgical recovery here on my blog.

Can’t Live Alone Anymore? Here’s Why An Assisted Living Community Might Be Right For You

Just because you can't live alone anymore doesn't mean that you have to give up the lifestyle and freedoms that you're used to. By moving into an assisted living community, you can enjoy your own personal space while getting the support that you need to maintain a healthy and happy life as you age. Here are just a few reasons why moving into an assisted living community might be the right choice for you. Read More 

Have A Loved One Who Is Suffering From Dementia? 2 Reasons Why Assisted Living Is A Smart Move

Watching a loved one transition through the various stages of dementia can be very taxing on your emotions. Some days are better than others, but you never know which version of the person you care about so much will be there to greet you. If the condition takes a turn for the worse, you know you're going to have to make some tough decisions. Here's a listing of a few key reasons why your loved one should think about moving to an assisted living facility. Read More 

What Are The Benefits Of Assisted Living?

As people get older, it can become more difficult for them to do certain tasks, such as cooking, cleaning, and grocery shopping. If this sounds like your elderly loved one, he or she may benefit from an assisted living facility. This type of facility is suitable for seniors who are not completely dependent, but can use assistance with certain tasks.  Here are some of the benefits of assisted living services: Read More 

Living A Comfortable & Independent Life As A Senior

Becoming a senior might come with the advantage of being able to retire, but it often comes with numerous problems as well. For instance, it isn't uncommon for someone to develop health problems when they reach the elderly years in life. Some health problems lead to you having to rely on other people to take care of the things that are generally needed each day, such as running errands to pay utility bills. Read More 

Four Reasons Meditation For The Elderly Is Recommended

When it comes to your parent's health, you want to be sure that they are not only being cared for on a regular basis, but that they are also participating in activities that enhance their daily life and possibly enrich their lifestyle and health. One of the activities that are highly recommended by health professionals is meditation. Here are four reasons you should look into it for your parent: No Physical Activity Required: If your parent is unable to be physically active, meditation is a great activity to participate in because it doesn't require any movement. Read More