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5 Reasons Why People with Mild Cognitive Impairment Choose Assisted Living

In recent years, there has been a noticeable trend among individuals with mild cognitive impairment (MCI). These individuals are choosing assisted living as their preferred living arrangement. While mild cognitive impairment does not severely impact daily functioning, it is often considered a precursor to dementia or Alzheimer’s disease. This shift in preference towards assisted living

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The Difference Between Assisted Living & Home Care

As we age and need a bit more help, we have to make big decisions about where and how we will receive that help. Home care and assisted living are two of the main options to consider, and as you choose for yourself or a loved one, you should weigh the pros and cons of

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Happy Wellderly Day!

How We Keep Our Seniors Well March 20th is Wellderly Day, a national holiday celebrating seniors, their health, and their happiness. When so much of our society says that getting older is something to fear, Wellderly Day asserts that we should embrace our golden years, making the most of them with happiness and humor. At

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5 Springtime Arts & Crafts to Try with Your Loved One

The healing power of art has been recognized throughout the ages. According to the American Art Therapy Association, art therapy can help with everything from cognitive function to conflict resolution. Many people with memory loss can use art such as painting, photography, sculpting, and crafting to express themselves non-verbally. This makes arts and crafts a

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Tips for Talking About the Future with Your Senior Loved One

When it’s time to consider whether a senior should move into an assisted living community, it’s usually up to loved ones to start the conversation. After all, as people age, they want to hang on to their independence, and admitting that they need help can be difficult. If you have an aging loved one who

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The Best Amenities to Look For in a Memory Care Community

When searching for the right memory care community for your loved one, you only want the best. While there are plenty of communities out there, the best way to narrow down your options is to examine the care and amenities each community provides closely. By choosing a community with the right amenities, you can ensure

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Top Appointment Travel Tips For Your Senior Family Member

As we age and mobility decreases, activities that we used to take for granted are more difficult to do. Going up and down the stairs, doing laundry, preparing meals, and traveling to medical appointments can even become dangerous. However, while some of these activities can be handled by others, regularly seeing medical professionals is essential

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How to Fight Dementia Stigma

Using Positive, Person-First Language The stigma surrounding any disease can hurt those diagnosed with the disease, and this is certainly true of dementia stigma. Fear of this diagnosis can lead someone experiencing the symptoms of dementia to avoid getting help. And once a person is diagnosed with the disease, stigma can lead to judgment from

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New Year’s Resolutions for Seniors:

Setting Goals for Fun and Health! No matter your age, a new year can mark the beginning of a healthier, happier version of yourself. Creating doable, trackable, and fun resolutions can help you start the year off right and make it more likely that you’ll keep up with your goals throughout the year. If you’re

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Tips to Stay Fit and Healthy in the Winter for Seniors

Physical activity is important at any age, but it’s essential for seniors. The CDC recommends that people 65 and older devote at least 150 minutes a week to exercise to maintain muscle mass, flexibility, balance, and strength. Staying active also has a positive impact on emotional well-being. Here in New Hampshire, we experience all four

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