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Making Your Transition To An Assisted Living Facility An Easy One

Moving into an assisted living facility is a big change in your lifestyle – you may feel that you're losing your privacy and independence. When you have difficulty with daily tasks, however, it's necessary to receive personal care in order to keep you safe – you'll have assistance performing daily tasks such as cooking and using the bathroom. In addition, moving to an assisted living facility brings with it new social opportunities. Read More 

Sundowning 101: What You Need To Know About Circadian Rhythm

If you are taking care of a parent who has Alzheimer's, you may be struggling with the afternoon and evening hours. In fact, late afternoon through early evening hours can be the most difficult time period when dealing with someone with Alzheimer's. There's actually a term used to describe it: sundowning. Here's what you need to know about the phenomenon called sundowning and where you can turn to for help.  Read More 

3 Helpful Actions to Take When Applying for Medicaid

If you're in need of long-term care and don't make a lot of money, you may need some assistance in the form of Medicaid. This jointly-funded program, designed for the needy and poor, can be difficult to apply for if you don't know what you're doing. Make it easy by taking these steps.  Gather the Right Financial Documents To ensure that the application process goes smoothly and without delays, you need to gather the necessary financial documents. Read More 

Finding A Senior Independent Living Community

When your loved one is looking to settle down for a bit, while retaining their independence, it's important that you look for a senior independent living community. There are a lot of communities available, and plenty of good reasons for you to find one that will be helpful. If this is something that you're interested in, read below and apply these tips, in order to get the help of a community that can assist you accordingly. Read More 

3 Health Conditions that Can Increase Your Risk of Falling at Home

When an elderly individual falls in his or her home, there can be a variety of factors that contribute. A cluttered home, for example, can increase the risk of tripping, while someone who is distracted can also trip and fall. However, there are a number of health conditions that can increase your risk of falling at home. If you have one of these conditions and are concerned about falling, you may wish to hire a home health aide to visit you to help you around, as well as make suggestions on what devices—handrails, for example—to have installed to decrease the risk of falling. Read More 

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Residing In An Assisted Living Community

Hi there, my name is Jolene Pickles. Welcome to my website about assisted living communities. My grandparents eventually reached a stage where they were not safe living in their family home. To help them retain their independence while living in a safer environment, we toured all of the assisted living communities to find the perfect dwelling. They were very happy in the community due to the support and entertainment services offered there. On my site, I will explore the benefits of living in an assisted living community once it is unsafe to live at home. Please feel free to visit my site daily to learn more.

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Making Your Transition To An Assisted Living Facility An Easy One
14 May 2018

Moving into an assisted living facility is a big c

Sundowning 101: What You Need To Know About Circadian Rhythm
23 April 2018

If you are taking care of a parent who has Alzheim

3 Helpful Actions to Take When Applying for Medicaid
24 November 2017

If you're in need of long-term care and don't make

Finding A Senior Independent Living Community
9 November 2017

When your loved one is looking to settle down for

3 Health Conditions that Can Increase Your Risk of Falling at Home
8 November 2017

When an elderly individual falls in his or her hom