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Assisted Living

Assisted Living

Assisted living is a residence settlement (housing arrangement) for...
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In Home Care

In Home Care

In-home care, also known as homecare, is nonmedical care provided in the client's home. It includes custodial care for elderly...
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What is Memory Care?

What is Memory Care?

Memory care is a long-term residential care for people who have diagnosed with memory loss, Alzheimer’s disease, dementia, and other cognitive...
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Nursing Homes

Nursing Homes

Nursing home, inhabitants have 24/7 connection to professional personnel, so they can be regularly be monitored for medical needs and...
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What is Independent Living?

What is Independent Living?

Independent living communities feature a variety of homes, from studios to roomy 2-bedroom apartments. Management staff in the independent living communities generally...
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CCRC - Continuing Care Retirement Communities

CCRC - Continuing Care Retirement Communities

CCRC - Continuing Care Retirement Communities - A continuing care community is the "one-stop shopping" of the retirement world -...
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When Your Heart Is Available, But Your Time Isn't

We founded Assisted Living Facilities inspired by the challenging experience of caring for a beloved aging family member. This free, comprehensive resource provides support, local directories and information about senior care options ot others facing similar duty.

For sixteen years our grandfather lived in his own home, cared for by his children and grandchildren. Although the family lovingly shraed the responsibility, there were many sleepless nights.

And though we never resented the time spent helping him, we were flustrated by how little we knew and how difficult it was to gather information about the care options available to us.

Taking what we learned from those years, we created a place where families could easily find useful information to alleviate their own overwhelming feelings. We wanted to help make a difficult decision easier. To educate and empower. And ultimately, to lift burdens and lighten hearts.

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How are we affected by hearing loss?

Hearing loss is incredibly common, affecting up to one-third of Americans between the ages of 65 and 75 and up to 50 percent of Americans over 75.

Can people with asthma benefit from Himalayan salt lamps?

Himalayan salt lamps may create a calm and comfortable atmosphere, and can also relieve diseases like asthma, depression and insomnia.

How to preserve senses that fade as we age

Three senses that fade with age are our ability to taste, hear and see. It is important that we consciously strive to monitor these senses and take appropriate measures to maintain and improve them.

The benefits of drug reduction for seniors

Reducing medication can improve your overall routine. Reducing the amount of medication you take can also make you feel less anxious about skipping a dosage.

From Our Blog: Help Yourself To Helpful Reads

A Beginner's Guide on Dementia: Care Tips & Advice

Dementia is one of the conditions, which is the result of aging. If dementia is diagnosed on time, then it could be treated easily. There are some symptoms that you should keep in mind.

Financial Arrangements For The Elderly

This article discusses informal methods of assisting elders with their financial arrangements - including figuring out what kind of help is needed, broaching the subject with your relative, and how you can assist yourself.

Understanding Hypersensitivity in Adults With ADHD

Adults who are diagnosed with ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder) are one particular group often stricken by hypersensitivity. This mental disorder, in some instances, goes from childhood to adulthood.

How to Stay Warm This Winter

According to U.S. officials, during winter, seniors have a greater risk of losing body heat and are thus, more easily susceptible to hypothermia. There are, however, a few things you can do to stay warm this winter

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