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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!

5 Tips for Moving Seniors to a New Residence

Seniors may reach a point in their lives where they are unable to live independently. It can be very trying and stressful for both the senior and family members at this point. There are many emotional and financial hardships that may go along with making decisions regarding senior living and…

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CDPAP: Enhancing the Lifestyles of the Elderly and Disabled

As you age and enter your senior years, it’s perfectly normal to notice a gradual decrease in your daily energy. Things like washing the dishes, running to the grocery store, and paying bills require more and more strength to accomplish. Getting through your list of daily tasks gets increasingly challenging,…

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The Benefits of Being Part of a Senior Living Community

While the thought of entering a senior living community, or sending a loved one to live anywhere but their family home, can be a daunting one, it’s important to realize that there are so many choices to make – and a multitude of benefits, and positive experiences, to be found…

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The Benefits of Being Part of a Senior Living Community

While the thought of entering a senior living community, or sending a loved one to live anywhere but their family home, can be a daunting one, it’s important to realize that there are so many choices to make – and a multitude of benefits, and positive experiences, to be found…

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My Visit at the Highland Springs Community as an Intern

During my short time interning with New LifeStyles, I have learned so much about the senior living & care industry, such as the different types of communities and the services they offer. From independent and assisted living, respite care, memory care, home care and hospice care, they differ greatly. So…

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Thursday Article Links: Tips on Caregiving and Hospice

When to Get On the Wait List at a Retirement Community Stepping In, Stepping Up: Legal Issues for Family Caregivers Fun Summer Activities for Seniors Senior Hygiene and Personal Care: Five Tips for Caregivers Caring at Work Tips for Having a Hospice Conversation  

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The Sandwich Generation: Can Families Afford both Senior Living & College?

Can you pay for college and a nursing home? This is a question that is on the minds of many in what is known as the sandwich generation. This means that they are acting as a caregiver for aging parents while also caring for and/or supporting their own children. When…

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3 Books for the Caregivers’ Journey

Being a caregiver for your loved one has numerous ups and downs. When my family and I became caregivers we often relished in times of fulfillment, and high levels of stress or confusion. During our downtime we often took solace in reading books on caregiving. Here are three books that…

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Caregiver Article Links: Tips on Home Care & Long Term Care

Adjusting to 24-Hour Home Care: What Families & Seniors Need To Know Living a Long Life 5 Ways Home Care Aides Improve Safety Features You Should Look for When Searching for Assisted Living Facility What are the Odds of Needing Assisted Living? Seven Stress-Busting Tips for Alzheimer’s Caregivers

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3 Signs That It May be Time for Your Loved One to Consider Senior Living

In many cases the last thing that your parent or loved one wants to think about, is moving out of his or her home. But as your loved ones’ age, moving into a senior living community may become a better alternative. Countless seniors live in 55+ or 62+ communities and…

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