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7 Benefits of Assisted Living

Deciding whether or not an assisted living community is a good fit for ourselves or our loved one, is one of the most challenging things we can ever face. We’ve listed some of the benefits of assisted living below, to help you through the process.

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Tips for Aging Well

Regardless of your current age, staying healthy and feeling your best is essential. These suggestions can help you deal with the changes that come with becoming older while also helping you experience life to the fullest. 

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A Close Look at the Assisted Living Facility Contract

Before moving in, most assisted living facilities will require you to sign an admission agreement, which is a contract. Don’t sign right away. You should carefully analyze the contract and get it reviewed by an elder-law attorney. “You want to be informed of all the terms because, after you sign, you may not have much recourse,” says Lori Smetanka, executive director of the advocacy group National Consumer Voice for Quality Long-Term Care.

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Choosing Assisted Living Options Wisely

Here’s how to deal with rising costs and caregiver shortages.

Assisted living has become a popular alternative for elderly people in recent years, compared to staying in their homes. They can remain in a comfortable home environment while receiving the services they require, such as assistance with bathing and dressing while avoiding the institutionalized atmosphere of a nursing home.

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Preventing Dementia With Healthy Behaviors

A new Alzheimer’s disease medicine, the first in nearly two decades, will be available soon. However, some experts believe the improvement seen in Dementia patients will be limited, and that it will likely come with a high cost.

Nonetheless, the news of its clearance by the US Food and Drug Administration generated national headlines. The focus reflects the devastating impact dementia has on individuals, family, and society, as well as the absence of effective treatment alternatives.

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Tips For Aging In Place

While many people want to relocate into senior communities to socialize with other elders and start a “new life” before it’s too late, others prefer to stay put for as long as possible. Your loved one may be thinking about Aging In Place in order to stay in their familiar environment, while adding safety and convenience features to their home. Some homeowners, however, are concerned that incorporating those safety elements may make their home look unappealing, so here are some ideas for getting what you need without losing beauty.

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Informing a Loved One That They Need Assisted Living Services

How do you inform a loved one that they need assisted living services?

One of the most challenging talks you can have is with your parents or other loved ones about transitioning to assisted living. However, if you find that they have trouble with daily activities such as bathing, feeding, and toileting, it might be time to consider moving them to an assisted living facility.

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Health Benefits of Volunteering For Seniors

The benefits of volunteering for people of all ages in terms of social, emotional, and physical well-being are numerous. These advantages are especially apparent for the elderly, who have more free time, are less physically active, and often live alone. According to several studies, volunteers have a longer life expectancy, and this is due to a combination of several things that we’ll go over here.

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Senior Driving Safety; What You Should Know

There is no greater feeling than being able to get out on your own and run errands, or go and do the things you enjoy. In fact many of us still remember the day when our parents first handed over the keys, stepped out of our way, and allowed us to go out on the road and drive ourselves.
As we got older however, our driver’s license became more than just a symbol of freedom, it became the identification that never left our possession. As we commuted to the places where we worked, learned, and developed, the roads we traveled became the backdrop to the stories that made up our lives.

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