The start of the year is an exciting time because we’re open and motivated to accept new opportunities, trends and ideas. However, there are also new challenges to be tackled. Like never before, senior living communities need to prepare for change because of uncertainty in the industry. Too many changes are happening too fast. New… Continue Reading 2020 Senior Living Trends: Get Ready for Changes
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Many seniors are biased against assisted living communities because they confuse them with hospitals and nursing homes. However, surveys show that a vast majority of assisted living residents state that they wish they had moved sooner because their quality of life has increased a lot. Recently, I had a conversation with Jennifer H., a lady… Continue Reading What Is Assisted Living Like from a Resident’s Perspective?
Most Americans know that sooner or later, they will need to downsize and move to a smaller place or a senior living community. Moving out of the home where your loved one lived for many happy years isn’t easy, and downsizing makes the process even more stressful both emotionally and physically. Often, the senior and… Continue Reading Downsizing Tips for Seniors: How to Make the Move to Assisted Living Easier
With life expectancy on the rise, most Americans will need some type of long-term care when they grow old. While there are several options to choose from, most of the time, assisted living is the most practical and cost-effective choice for your older adult. Moving to an assisted living community usually means that the senior… Continue Reading Selling a Senior’s Home: What You Need to Know
Seniors Are The Most Frequent Victims The hip is a large, ball-and-socket joint. It is made up of two parts. The acetabulum (socket), is carved into the hip bone. And the ball, which is actually the top of the femur (thighbone). Daily, the hip is subject to much stress. This is due to movement, impact… Continue Reading Reduce The Risk Of A Broken Hip
If you’re an adult child of someone who recently began needing assistance with daily activities, you and your parent are faced with a difficult choice between home care and assisted living. In this article, I’ll try to help you understand the difference between the two options, your older adult’s needs, and help you make the… Continue Reading Assisted Living vs Home Care: Which One to Choose
As people age, sooner or later they need to put their affairs in order just in case something happens and their adult children or other loved ones have to help take care of things. While every older individual realizes this, it can be hard to talk to your mom or dad about things like money,… Continue Reading Essential Information to Ask Your Aging Parents to Prepare: a Checklist
Premier Senior Living’s respite/short-term stay program is a convenient option designed to give you, the caregiver, and your family, the opportunity to take a break from the demands of caring for a loved one at home. This option is perfect for planned or unforeseen circumstances that require you to seek temporary housing and care for… Continue Reading Why Choose Respite Short-Term Stay Program for Your Loved One
Does your elderly mom or dad have a pet? While there are numerous benefits of being a pet owner, taking care of a dog or a cat can become difficult as your loved one ages. And when it’s time to move to senior living, the question of what to do with the pet arises. Luckily,… Continue Reading How to Choose a Pet-Friendly Assisted Living Community
Our residents spent the week of September 8-14th exploring our creative sides. We decorated vases, made bouquets, quilted, had a cake decorating contest and painted. Here are some pictures for your enjoyment!