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Caregiver Tip: How to Dementia Proof your Home
Caregiver Tip: How to Dementia Proof your Home Tue, Feb 21, 2017 Safety is a serious priority for caregivers taking care of seniors in assisted-living, nursing homes, or at home. But did you know that seniors with Alzheimer’s Disease and dementia related disorders can turn everyday household items into safety haza... Read More

5 Fun Activities when Grandchildren Visit Assisted-Living
5 Fun Activities when Grandchildren Visit Assisted-Living Sun, Feb 19, 2017 The transition can be difficult for grandchildren when a grandma or grandpa moves into an assisted-living facility or nursing home. It is challenging at first to find a new normal and create happy memories in a new unfamiliar space. That task can fee... Read More

Study finds that Grandparents that Babysit Live Longer
Study finds that Grandparents that Babysit Live Longer Sat, Feb 18, 2017 All parents rejoice! This is the best kept secret to longer life. A European study found that grandparents who babysit, no matter how infrequently, can live up to 5 years longer than grandparents who do not. Read More

Senior Caregivers- 5 Ways to De-Stress in 5 Minutes
Senior Caregivers- 5 Ways to De-Stress in 5 Minutes Thu, Feb 16, 2017 Senior caregivers give so much to others, but often forget to take time for themselves. Here are 5 ways to de-stress in less than 5 minutes. Take time for you! Read More

Senior Wandering Crisis- Warning Signs
Senior Wandering Crisis- Warning Signs Thu, Feb 16, 2017 The Alzheimer’s Association reports that out of every 10 seniors with dementia, 6 will exhibit wandering behaviors. This is a huge concern for caregivers and assisted-living facilities; in fact it is one of their biggest problems. Learn about the wa... Read More

The Firstborn Advantage
The Firstborn Advantage Wed, Feb 15, 2017 A recent study published in the Journal of Human Resources concludes that firstborn children “out-perform siblings” because they were given more mental stimulation during early stages of development. Read More

The “Perk” of Drinking Coffee: Long Life
The “Perk” of Drinking Coffee: Long Life Tue, Feb 14, 2017 Those who drink coffee live longer than those who do not. Sounds too good to be true! Read More

The Secret Ingredient is Love: Celebrating Valentine’s Day in Assisted-Living
The Secret Ingredient is Love: Celebrating Valentine’s Day in Assisted-Living Mon, Feb 13, 2017 It’s Valentine’s Day and love is in the air! It’s a time to celebrate the importance of relationships, and show how much our parents, children, spouses, family, and friends mean to us. Here are some fun ways to spread some happiness into the lives o... Read More

Preparing Young Children for an Assisted-Living Visit
Preparing Young Children for an Assisted-Living Visit Fri, Feb 10, 2017 As Spring Break approaches, many families will be traveling to Volusia County and making a special trip to visit a family member in assisted-living facilities or nursing homes. These visits are so beneficial to both young and old, it may be a bit dau... Read More

3 Practical Tips for One-on-One Visits with Seniors
3 Practical Tips for One-on-One Visits with Seniors Thu, Feb 09, 2017 It isn’t always easy to visit an assisted-living facility. Whether difficult emotions get brought up or just simply you aren’t sure what to say during the visit, you are not alone in how you feel. Because regular visits are vital to your loved ones h... Read More

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