Understanding Levels of Living in Senior Living Communities

In today’s senior living arena there are so many options, different pricing, different levels of living, traditional stand-alone facilities, full continuum care facilities, group homes, skilled nursing facilities and even cottages within a campus.  Whichever facility type you chose for yourself or your loved one it is important to understand what care levels are being offered and what is being provided. There are options from Independent Living, Assisted Living services, Memory Care services, Assisted Living

9 Benefits of Living in a Senior Living Community

Seniors have more housing options than ever, from the booming tiny house market to roommates and retirement communities. Senior living communities, however, remain a popular choice. What makes these communities so popular? Here are some common reasons. No need for Lawn Care or Home Maintenance. No two residences are exactly alike, but one common feature is that residents don’t have to worry about household chores, repairs or lawn care. Tailor Amenities to Seniors Needs. Most

Understanding Key Influncers

Accepted Thought Process: I’m not a social person, and I keep myself active. Reality: Social interaction is vital to overall health and promotes engaged living. So many people think that the only reason to move into a senior living community is for medical reasons or when they can no longer take care of themselves. They often confuse staying active with being socially engaged. Loneliness and isolation can play a significant role in the decline of