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Fall Prevention presented by CC Young Senior Living

Each year one in four people over the age of 65 years old experience a fall?  More than 800,000 patients are hospitalized due to falling.  This presentation by Martha Bonilla and provided by CC Young Senior Living, will provide valuable insights and tips for preventing and recovering from falls. Click...

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Senior Care Spotlight welcomes Morgan Traffican, Residence at Whitehall & Residence at Bethel Park

Senior Care Spotlight welcomes Morgan Traffican, Community Outreach Director for The Residence at Bethel Park and The Residence at Whitehall. With living options to suit your specific needs and activities that you’re sure to love, these are exactly what vibrant, active communities look like.

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Share Your Story in Six Words

“Student of life. Now a teacher.” Your story is one of a kind. Your wit and wisdom, cultivated and inscribed on every page of your life, is your gift to the world, and it calls out to be shared with family and friends.  Telling your story can be done in many ways: Discussions at dinner, oral-history...

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When Going Home Isn’t an Option - Local Professionals Can Simplify Your Search

Making a move to a senior living community can be difficult. Local Placement and Referral Agents recognize and manage the stress of relocating older adults. Agents have significant knowledge of Senior Living Communities in Boulder and the surrounding areas. With over 485 Senior Living options in our...

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Protecting Your Savings After a Nursing Home Admission

If you have a spouse or parent in a nursing home, you should read this article.  Everyone knows that nursing homes are expensive.   However, you likely don’t know the techniques that are available to protect your family’s savings.  It is sometimes possible to gain Medicaid eligibility, even if you’ve...

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Assisted Living Myth

“Assisted Living” – two words that strike fear into the hearts of many. Images of losing independence and the foreboding 1970s “Nursing Home” are invoked. Some envision neglected loved ones with poor care and minimal socialization for a hefty cost. Others prefer the stability and predictability of staying...

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The Dementia Diagnosis

Hearing a loved one receive a dementia diagnosis is among the hardest news a person could hear. My grandma’s diagnosis left a defining impact on my family. Fortunately, adequate preparation can lead to less stress on you and a better quality of life for your loved one. At Oasis Senior Advisors, we love...

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For Active Adults 62+: It's Location, Location & Location

For Active Adults 62+: It’s Location, Location, & Location! The brand-new Legends at Berry apartments is designed for active adults 62+, with the emphasis on ACTIVE. The Legends is located alongside the historic Prospect Park neighborhood and within a few blocks of bus and light rail stops, awesome...

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When Alzheimer’s Affects Your Loved One

Understanding the challenges, diagnosis and options available Alzheimer's disease can be one of the most emotional and devastating diagnoses that effects an individual and their family.  As a progressive brain disorder, the disease depletes memory and thinking skills, making even daily life tasks difficult....

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Caring for You, the Caregiver

It’s Not an Indulgence, It’s a Necessity. According to the National Institute on Aging, taking care of yourself is one of the most important things you can do as a caregiver.    If you’ve ever traveled by airplane, you know the flight attendant’s safety instructions always say to place your oxygen...

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SBB University Webinar | Helping Seniors Thrive in Memory Care During a Pandemic

SBB University Continuing Education Webinar | Helping Seniors Thrive in a Memory Care Setting During a Pandemic Kathleen Warshawsky, BSN, RN; President of the Dallas Area Gerontological Society and Publisher of Seniors Blue Book Greater Dallas hosts this continuing education webinar. Learning Goals:...

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3 Tips To Make The Transition To Senior Living Easier

Moving a loved one into residential care is a big life change. Here are three tips to help make the transition easier for everyone involved. Communication. Ask how they will keep you updated on your loved one’s care. One of the hardest things about this time is not knowing how your loved one is doing....

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Benefits of Aquatic Therapy | The Vista at CC Young

Aquatic Therapy uses water’s properties to assist the body in healing, promote overall fitness and well being. The Vista’s new Rehab & Aquatics Center features a heated therapeutic pool with walking resistance loop.  Join us for an engaging and informative presentation about the benefits of Aquatic Therapy....

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SBB University presents: Home? A Retirement Community? What is the Best Option for Me?

It is important that everyone think ahead and to consider where and how you might like to age.Join SBB University and our panel of experts as we arm you with knowledge on how to evaluate your living situation and make a plan while you are still healthy. Topics of discussion at this informative event...

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SBB University Caregiving Resources | Staying Connected to an Aging Relative

SBB University thanks Benjamin Surmi, MSG | Director of Education and Culture with Koelsch Communities for sharing his expertise on Staying Connected to an Aging Relative: Guiding families through difficult times of distance.  Tools for Staying Connected How will I stay connected to my aging relative?...

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I Look Around and Realize I am Not Dreaming!

In today’s climate, home is more important than ever.  Many active older adults have chosen The Winslow in West St Paul as their place to call home, their refuge during uncertain times to shelter in place and create a community of new friends, all while living in a ‘resort-style’ community.  We asked...

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