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What is Assisted Living?
Our loved ones should enjoy their later years, but sometimes it can be difficult for them to stay fully independent. Families who examine their loved one’s housing options often arrive at the decision to transition into an assisted living community. When a loved one...Read More
There truly is no place like home, and the dignity of living in your own home is something innately treasured by people of all ages. As the senior members of a family age, many prefer to live in their own home for as long as possible. If, however, the need arises to...Read More
Does your aging loved one need some assistance with their activities of daily living, such as bathing, dressing, toileting, or meal preparation? You may be wondering how to best assist them on a daily basis while ensuring they maintain their honor, dignity, and...Read More
Time with our elderly loved ones is a treasured commodity and should be relished to the fullest. While we enjoy life together, it’s also important to take an objective look at our loved ones and evaluate their potential need for assisted living care. At some point, we...Read More
As our loved ones age, in order to provide the best and safest environment to foster their independence, socialization, and quality of life while monitoring medical needs, we may find ourselves looking into the possibility of an assisted living community. The quality...Read More
The National Endowment for the Arts and George Washington University conducted a multisite study to measure how participation in weekly art programs affects aging. The study followed over 300 people ages 63-103 and identified several positive impacts of weekly...Read More
When locating the best fit for your loved one in an assisted living community, ask a variety of questions at each community you consider. Questions and concerns, dietary provisions, staffing, cleanliness, and the activities calendar are appropriate to examine before...Read More
Do you desire to spend quality time with your loved one, but are not sure what to do to create memories now that they are in a Tulsa assisted living community? You’re not alone. Many families long to reach out to their senior loved one and just aren’t sure where to...Read More
Your parents may have lived independently as a couple for as much as 60 years or more. They still enjoy life and family—but you notice some things are gradually slipping. They may show signs of dementia, and their driving may concern you. They may love socialization,...Read More
As loved ones age and their needs change, families are faced with difficult decisions about living arrangements required to facilitate the best possible quality of life. If we find our loved one is no longer able to care for their basic activities of daily living, it...Read More