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Learn about a variety of topics from health and wellness to medical care services for the aging and more! Find a wide array of online resources available below.

Alzheimer’s, Dementia,& Memory Care

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Let us serve as a resource to you and your family as you consider senior living options for yourself or a loved one. Below are some articles and educational tools that will be helpful for you at this or a future time of change. Please contact us with any questions and you’ll find a compassionate staff member interested in helping you better understand your options as you determine what will be best at this point in your/your loved one’s life.

    Topics to Discuss Now with Your Aging Parents

    As we age and live longer, financial, legal, health care and long term care issues affect families, not just individuals. The Eldercare Locator produced this guide to help families “face the facts” about these important topics. The overview below addresses some key areas of concern, suggested questions to ask, and ways in which families might initiate conversations about these often difficult to discuss topics with their aging parents. Read more...

    Definitions & Need for LTC

    Long-term care is a range of services and supports you may need to meet your health or personal needs over a long period of time. Most long-term care is not medical care, but rather assistance with the basic personal tasks of everyday life, sometimes called “Activities of Daily Living,” Read more...

    Maintaining Dignity for Someone with Dementia

    There are many stages of dementia – in fact even a few different scales that lay out the stages of dementia. Regardless of the stage, dementia is secondary to the person affected by it. It is important to stress that this is a person FIRST and someone affected by dementia second. Remembering the person they were before the dementia and using that knowledge to make decisions about their care and their routine is one way to maintain dignity. Read more...