As you get older, maintaining a home and your lifestyle becomes more challenging. Senior living offers a positive way to manage these challenges and live more independently. This infographic shows some key points to consider.
Tips for One-on-One Visits with Seniors
It is not uncommon for seniors living in assisted-living facilities to lack mental stimulation and social contact. Recreation Therapists often use one-on-one visits to respond to the needs of those who avoid social settings. There are many enjoyable games and activities that can keep minds and bodies strong and active.
How to start a Garden Club for Seniors
For seniors living in nursing homes, the benefits of garden related activities are abounding. Here are some wonderful garden activities for the elderly.
How to Make Your House Safe for Older People (Infographic)
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Trends in Senior Living
Biggest Fears About Senior Living
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Direct cost comparisons of housing options for the elderly or disabled. Clearly, staying at home in a universally designed home with medical and/or technical support as needed is dramatically less expensive. #AgeInPlace
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Assisted Living Versus Living at Home: A Guide to Making an Informed Decision
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