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Five Things Senior Citizens Need

Senior Citizens need a lot of things, just like all of us.  It starts with love, just as in the old ‘60s song “What the world needs now is love, sweet love.”  Yes, that and a lot more.   If you are looking for an Assisted Living facility or need some respite by using...

Low Priced Assisted Living–Call now!

Can you spell “Sticker Shock?”  Yes, that is clearly one of the first reactions when considering Assisted Living for yourself or a loved one. We know this is a challenging topic.  It is difficult when a person loses the capacity to take care of his/her home, property...

What is Value in Assisted Living?

As adults reach their senior years, health and strength begin to fail and at some point, they may not be able to take care of themselves.    So, they need to rely on family or close friends to provide the physical, mental and emotional support that they require as...

What is it like to live in an Assisted Living Facility?

When it becomes time for an adult to receive constant care outside of their own home, it is a sometimes difficult decision, full of emotion.    An individual may have enjoyed the peace, comfort, personal space and familiarity of her/his own home for a long time. So,...

What Do You Want in Assisted Living?

Do you have to leave the comfort and security of your own home because your age or physical condition requires more constant care and attention?   Do you need Assisted Living?  If so, it is time to carefully assess your needs and desires.   Here are some good things...

Healthy Aging–How Can Assisted Living Help?

Aging, of course, is a fact of life.  But HEALTHY aging can be contributed-to as a matter of choice and planning.   As people age, their minds sometimes diminish in strength as do their bodies.   So, keeping both aspects–mind and body–as strong as possible...

6 Things to Consider in Your Search For Assisted Living

Looking for Assisted Living?  As people age and need more help with daily activities, such as bathing, safely taking medication or preparing good meals, moving to a facility that provides some assistance, without sacrificing dignity or independence can be a great...