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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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Which warning signs predict stroke

In the past there were some records that stroke attacks seniors, but nowadays almost one third of the hospitalized young people suffered a stroke. The sooner the symptoms are recognized, the faster and better treatment will the person get, preventing from long term disability and death.

Fasting helps produce a molecule that stops blood vessels aging

Fasting is a trigger for a molecule that can slow down artery aging. This revelation could help fight against age-related chronic diseases like cardiovascular diseases, cancer, and Alzheimer’s disease.

Is there a connection between dementia and anemia?

A lot of diseases are connected in some ways, or one disease leads to another. The latest researches also give proves that anemia, or the low level of hemoglobin in the blood, can lead to dementia.

Seniors Can Use Extra Help To Pay for Prescription Drugs

Failure to obtain their prescription drugs, seniors risk falling off the track from their doctor’s instructions. In order to combat this, Social Security created a program named Extra Help With Medicare Prescription Drug Costs. The goal of this program is to cover the costs for Medicare prescription drug plans.

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Your Retirement Future is Brighter When You Plan Ahead for Long-Term Care

If you are preparing for retirement, there are some good reasons you should think about long-term care. The costs of long-term care can be surprising, especially when those costs sneak up on you. You can give yourself peace of mind, by using these tips to plan ahead for long-term care.

How to Take Care of Your Seniors without Burnout or Stress

Here are some important tips for taking care of your seniors at home by minimizing the caregiving burden and stress as well.

Developing Your House A Dementia-Friendly Place

People who have dementia not only need special care and attention about their diet and exercise but also need an appropriate place where they can live either their home or a community. There are some basic things you can follow to develop your house a dementia-friendly place

What are the most important sleeping tips for seniors?

To improve your good night sleep is very important. Here are several important sleeping tips to help seniors overcome insomnia and get a good rest at night.

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