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Assisted Living Centers Can Help Keep Your Loved One Safe

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When your elderly parent has dementia, it can be hard to make the decision that you are going to have to put them in an assisted living facility. Sadly, there will be a time when you just can’t care for your family member on your own, and they will need more than you can give them, especially when it comes to keeping them safe. The facility has tools that they can use to make sure that your loved one is safe.…

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Creative Arts Activities In Retirement Communities

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Learning and participating in creative arts activities in retirement communities, like Heritage Commons, keeps residents active and healthy. When older adults learn new creative skills, they look forward to more and more learning. All of this creativity is the basis of remaining healthy. Here are some ways that older adults are learning new creative skills in retirement communities: Art Classes - Learning to draw, paint, make a collage, scrapbook, or make jewelry can be very fun for older adults.…

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3 Mistakes To Avoid When Choosing An Assisted Living Facility For Your Parent

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Do you have a parent who needs to move into an assisted living facility? Moving into assisted living is often a bittersweet affair. On one hand, your parent is likely sad to be leaving their home. On the other hand, moving into a facility where they will get the care and treatment that they need could be a relief for both you and them. Depending on your parent’s condition, it may be up to you tour facilities and do much of the decision-making.…

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