Five Best Christmas Gifts for Seniors

December 20, 2017 Tatiana Comments

Along with the excitement of Christmas, we sometimes also feel quite a bit of stress, and much of it is related to finding just the right gift for our loved ones. We always want to get gifts that are meaningful and will bring joy, but gift-giving can get more challenging for senior parents or grandparents, Read more

Food To Beat The Winter Blues

January 27, 2017 JuliaN Comments

The changing seasons got you down? You might not be alone. In fact, seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is a type of depression that is caused because of this. The symptoms of this often peak around the winter months, often leading to people calling it the ‘winter blues’. If you are in senior living and you Read more

Sensory Therapy Activities for Seniors

January 12, 2017 JuliaN Comments

Sensory therapy is when sensory stimulation is employed where everyday objects are used to evoke one or more of a person’s five senses. This technique is usually used on patients with Alzheimer’s or dementia sometimes within an assisted living community and it is therapeutic. Now as Alzheimer’s progresses, it can take away a person’s ability Read more

Fall Prevention Tips for Winter

December 5, 2016 JuliaN Comments

With winter coming, snow and ice will be on sidewalks, paths and roads. This is a problem because keeping seniors safe from falling is a number one priority with many families. Whether the senior is living alone, with you or in an independent living facility; avoiding falls is important. If a senior does fall, there Read more