Posts Tagged ‘Assisted Living’

Taking Care of our Veterans: VA Benefits

There are many benefits veterans can receive to assist in paying for the care they need. We care about linking our veterans to the proper aid and the company that can suit their needs the best. More than one third of seniors are US war Veterans and only a small portion of these veterans are

Ways to Prevent: Senior Isolation

There are many benefits we experience everyday with our active, social lives that we don’t even realize we have. From the physical benefits of just being able to get up and go, to the emotional benefits of visiting someone and seeing a happy face, we may not notice that these are the things to contribute

Feel Refreshed & Be Healthy This Spring

We are so excited spring is here and with that, we have some great tips on how to stay healthy an feel invigorated in this wonderful season. Typically it is assumed that people tend to get sick most frequently in the long, cold winter months. But, the only reason people tend to get sick more

Caring is More Than Time: Families and Caregiving Finances

Providing care for a family member in need is a task that includes not only giving your time, care, and patience, but it also means supplying financial care.  Financial assistance for someone in need of extra care means providing everyday items including groceries, medical items, home aides to help in home mobility, and much more.

My parents refuse to move to a senior living community!

Are you prepared for the possibility that your parents may not want to live in a senior living community? There are a number of ways to handle this type of situation. Give them time to contemplate. What if your parents refuse to live in a senior living community? Once you’ve had the conversation and toured

Assisted Living Vs. Skilled Nursing

Do you know the difference between Assisted Living and Skilled Nursing Care? Many families, sooner or later, will find themselves standing beside the hospital bed of a parent. At that time, a social worker or case manager might approach you and your mom or dad about needing skilled nursing or assisted living care. Most of us know