Senior Housing Connection

Which Foods Improve or Protect Memory?

Wednesday, July 21, 2021

The importance of a healthy diet is well documented, and we’re sure you’ve heard time and time again that filling your plate with nutrient-dense foods protects your health. Healthy foods have been associated with better health for every system in the body, and you know that eating well protects y...[READ MORE]

Nutrition and Eye Health

Thursday, June 17, 2021

Your eyesight is perhaps your most important sense. Unfortunately, many people find that their eyesight worsens as they age. Is this inevitable? Maybe not. While genetics certainly have an impact on your vision, a healthy lifestyle can help prevent many eye diseases. Diet has an impact on your ey...[READ MORE]

Exercise and Alzheimer’s: Can Staying Fit Protect Cognitive Health?

Thursday, May 20, 2021

You’ve probably been told that getting at least 150 minutes of physical activity each week is good for your health. It helps you stay fit, keeps certain chronic conditions at bay, and can increase your energy level. Did you know, though, that exercise may be good for your mental fitness as w...[READ MORE]

Ways to Protect Your Respiratory System

Monday, April 19, 2021

When you consider your health, what comes to mind? You might think about eating a balanced diet to maintain a healthy weight. Perhaps you picture exercising to build muscles and promote heart health. Your respiratory system is another vital piece of the puzzle you can’t afford to neglect.Lung hea...[READ MORE]

How to Start the Search for a Senior Living Community

Monday, March 29, 2021

Whether you’re planning ahead or need to relocate to senior housing as soon as possible, it’s important to conduct your search carefully. Everyone has different needs as they age, so not every retirement community is right for you. Begin your search with these tips.Know What Services You NeedMany...[READ MORE]

Medication Safety Tips

Thursday, February 11, 2021

Are you taking your medication safely? This can be a concern for many older people, because often, they take several different types of medicines. Some may be prescription, some over the counter, and others supplements or herbal remedies, but if you are taking a mixture of medicines, there are th...[READ MORE]

How to Make 2021 a Great Year

Wednesday, January 13, 2021

If you’re like most people, you’re probably glad to see 2020 go! Do you have big plans for 2021? At this time of year, many people make resolutions that tend to fall by the wayside by about mid-February. The truth is, though, that while there’s nothing magical about one year turning into the next...[READ MORE]

How to Celebrate the Holidays Safely

Tuesday, December 08, 2020

The holiday season is upon us, and in this strange and unfamiliar year, it’s no surprise that the holidays look different, too. When some of our most cherished traditions are considered “high risk activities” and family members are discouraged from visiting each other, how can we even attempt to ...[READ MORE]

How to Stay Healthy During Flu Season

Wednesday, November 04, 2020

Fall is here, temperatures are getting cooler, the holiday season is on its way, and unfortunately, we’ve also entered flu season. Cases of the flu tend to accelerate at this time of year, sometimes starting off seeming like nothing more than a common cold. Unlike a cold, though, the flu can resu...[READ MORE]

The Importance of a Great Community

Monday, September 28, 2020

When children are growing up, their parents encourage socialization, because they know that it’s important for their kids to learn how to connect with other people. The truth is, socialization is an important part of life no matter how old a person is. Every person has innate needs, and one of th...[READ MORE]