Home > Blog > End User

New LifeStyles Senior Living & Care Blog

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!

How to Achieve a Pain-Free Lifestyle

As we get older, it only becomes increasingly common for us to feel pain in areas we’ve never felt before. While there are many ways that we can actively stay healthy and fit, as we age, so do our bodies. Whether it’s our back, our neck, or our hips, maintaining...

Read More...

Money Management, Grandparent-Led Families, Wellness and Relationships

Senior Money Management: Programs, Services, and Assistance Labor of Love: The Challenges Faced by Grandparent-Led Families Wellness Resolutions for 2019 Love, Care and Relationships

Read More...

Caring for a Spouse with Dementia: Coping and Support

Caring for a Spouse with Dementia: Coping and Support Dementia is a scary word. That word gets even scarier when you hear the news that your spouse is diagnosed with dementia. However, there are ways to cope with the diagnosis and help yourself and your spouse through this difficult time....

Read More...

Outings, Having “The Talk”, Aging in Place and Moving in with Family

Outings For Seniors: Ideas To Help You Get Out In Any Season Is it time you had ‘the talk’ with your aging parents? Will Aging in Place Soon Become a Thing of the Past? Moving in With Family: Issues to Consider

Read More...

Does Your Community Have a New Resident Orientation Program?

Congrats! You’ve gained another resident. After implementing marketing and sales strategies and great customer service, that potential resident is now your resident. But what’s next? After everything is completed and the resident has moved in, there can still be some uncertainty about moving into a new senior living community as...

Read More...

When is the Right Time to Move to an Assisted Living Community

by: Acts Retirement-Life Community Deciding when — and if — it’s a good time to consider moving into assisted living is a highly personal choice. If you’re a caregiver or if you’re making this decision for yourself, here are some common topics to think about.  Seniors who are feeling the strain of maintaining a...

Read More...

Volunteering, Independence, CCRCs, and Nursing Home Visits

Help others, help yourself Senior Independence: Aging and Loss of Independence Why Adult Children of CCRC Residents Opt for a CCRC Too Making Nursing Home Visits Meaningful

Read More...

Seniors & Technology: Why Smart Glasses Are the Future

Science fiction authors have written extensively about bionic body parts. Smart glasses are not bionic but are a very real and current example of advanced technology, and now their creators have seniors in mind. Gone are the days of having several different pairs of glasses depending on what one needs...

Read More...

What’s in a Name, The Decision Process, What Concerns Seniors, The Brady Bunch, Hearing Issue Confusion and Caring for Caregivers

Old Timer, Senior Citizen, Elderly Person: What’s in a Name? 6 Key Considerations for Your CCRC Decision Process Senior Lifestyles: What concerns seniors today? Yours, Mine, Ours: A Brady Bunch Holiday What seems like a memory issue may be a hearing issue instead 7 Essential Do’s and Don’ts for People...

Read More...

Medication Management Tips for Seniors and Their Caregivers

by: James Fleming If your aging parent is one of the 80 percent of older adults in the U.S. with a chronic illness, chances are you’re no stranger to a daily medication regimen. Ordering, refilling, organizing, and administering medicine is oftentimes one of the most important jobs a caregiver will do. The...

Read More...