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We know that it can be tough, finding care for a loved one, or taking care of them yourself. So we offer our end users a blog with information on care giving, choosing a community, senior living and care news and just for fun!

Senior Living & Caregiving Articles on CCRCs & Holiday Traveling & Visiting

New Study Shows CCRC Residents ARE Happier and Healthier Sleuth-ebrating the Holidays Traveling & Alzheimer’s

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Enriching Seniors’ Lives with Fulfilling Hobbies

The challenges of aging do not need to include giving up the things you love. In fact, it is important to help seniors remain active as they age.  Arts and crafts, keeping a pet, gardening, and meditation are all fulfilling hobbies that can keep a senior’s mind active, even as...

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New Facebook Mentorship Product Excellent for Senior Engagement

In November 2017, Facebook announced the early stages of its Mentorship and Support product. Initially limited to education and crisis recovery groups, the platform has been expanding into other select sectors to build strong, supportive communities.  For digitally connected seniors, this development establishes another opportunity for connectivity, fulfillment, and legacy. Making Group...

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Get Active in Your Larger Community to Fill Your Senior Community

Many of the greatest marketing success stories we hear have a common theme. Facilities that attract seniors from their community are often deeply involved in that community. Making yourself a vital, everyday part of your town makes it easier for seniors and their families to become a resident when the...

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Benefits of Music in Improving Memory Care

Providers of communities servicing the elderly can attract more residents/clients and families by incorporating services such as music therapy that will enhance the lives of its customers. As humans, music resonates within the depths of our soul. It brings joy, laughter, and a sense of peace especially music derived from our cultural...

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A New Home for the Holidays

New LifeStyles recently completed its move to a new office space, which is always a trying time.  But, its even tough for seniors that have to make the move from a long time residence into an independent or care providing community.  A lot of times, this can happen in the...

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Best Posts of the Week for Industry Partners

Elder Care Technologies Poised to Drive the Home Care Market for the Next Several Years BrightStar Marketing Chief: Old School, McDonald’s-Style Ads No Longer the Gold Standard How to Lose 1 Billion Dollars Some senior living operators may find Medicaid payment expansion tempting Heres Why Digital Marketing Is Worth It...

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Links to This Week’s Best Articles

Firsthand Advice on Caring for Someone with Alzheimer’s Stress and the Holidays: Coping Strategies to Keep you Sane Movement is key to improved mobility in senior years

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Caregiver Preparations for the Holidays

by: Brent Scott As a caregiver, you may be asked by your clients or their loved ones to help out during the Holidays. From shopping for gifts to wrapping and shipping, offering this assistance is a great way to brighten up the season. To make things safe and easy, we...

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A Guide to Independent Living Communities

by: Carylanne Crowne Many people aged 55 and older try to maintain their independence by living at home. They may not realize that they are actually less independent by remaining in their old home. Independence can be limited by mortgage, property tax, and home maintenance expenses. Seniors’ health and happiness...

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