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Senior Communities Specifically Combat The Nature Of Loneliness In Isolation

Senior Communities Specifically Combat The Nature Of Loneliness In Isolation Winter, both literally and figuratively, can be a lonely time. This is especially true in someone living alone, growing old alone, without frequent visits and calls from friends and loved ones. Their heartache falls heavy on our shoulders. The pandemic has dramatically increased physical isolation…

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Summer-Friendly Vacations for Seniors With Disabilities

Summer-Friendly Vacations for Seniors With Disabilities For older adults who wish to travel alone or with their loved ones, details are key. Critical elements such as comfort during movement, assistance for persons with disabilities, and wheelchair access make all the difference. Indeed, traveling as a senior with disabilities raises multiple questions. For example, what should…

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Supportive Dining: A Fresh Approach

For people living with dementia, dining can serve up a host of challenges. Many memory care residents in skilled nursing facilities (SNFs) and other senior living communities are finicky eaters, and food preferences often turn on a dime. Some have difficulty discerning colors, temperatures, and plate boundaries. Chewing and swallowing may eventually be compromised, along…

Home Health vs. Skilled Nursing: Is One More Beneficial Than the Other

Home Health vs. Skilled Nursing: Is One More Beneficial Than the Other According to an AARP study, 95% of seniors wish to stay at home for as long as possible, even if doing so means hiring outside help for day-to-day activities. Unfortunately, life circumstances such as injury and illness often necessitate 24-hour skilled nursing care.…