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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

Handwashing 101: Can You Pass the Test?
Handwashing 101: Can You Pass the Test? Thu, Feb 09, 2017 Do you think you know everything you need to about handwashing? Think again! Can you pass Handwashing 101? Read More

Pet RX: Health Benefits of Pet-Therapy for Seniors
Pet RX: Health Benefits of Pet-Therapy for Seniors Wed, Feb 08, 2017 Pets are excellent companions, but did you know they can also provide significant health benefits to the elderly? Research has shown that seniors who are in regular contact with animals may live healthier and happier lives. Here are some important be... Read More

Study Finds Senior Women Spend Two-Thirds of Day Sedentary But There’s More to the Story...
Study Finds Senior Women Spend Two-Thirds of Day Sedentary But There’s More to the Story... Tue, Feb 07, 2017 Grandma sitting in her rocking chair all day stereotype is challenged: Study brings to light new finding. Read More

February 3 is National Women Physicians Day.
February 3 is National Women Physicians Day. Mon, Feb 06, 2017 February 3rd commemorates the 195th birthday of Dr. Elizabeth Blackwell, the first woman to receive to a medical degree in the United States. Here are some fun facts to help celebrate the day! Read More

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