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!

6 Things to Know When Caring for Aging Parents

Caring for aging parents becomes a role that many adult children ultimately step into. It’s an act that oscillates between an art and a science, requiring patience, understanding, and research. Let’s navigate the intricate tapestry of senior care, ensuring our loved ones age gracefully and do so with the dignity…

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How To Aid Mobility in Retirement Communities

Mobility is a critical aspect of a senior’s independence, and it’s essential to ensure that retirement communities are well-equipped to assist residents in staying active. In this post, we’ll discuss five innovative ways to aid mobility in retirement communities, making life easier and more enjoyable for seniors. Adapted Golf Carts…

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3 Tips to Care for Your Aging Mother Suffering From Vision Problems

You’ve probably noticed that your mother is continuously suffering from low vision issues. She’s unable to distinguish colors or see dust on the table. Perhaps this has become a persistent problem, even after she got prescription glasses. In that case, she might be developing early visual impairments.  In an international…

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Organizing Memorabilia in Storage for the Elderly

For many seniors, memorabilia and keepsakes are not just objects; they are tangible connections to cherished memories and significant moments in their lives. As we begin this exploration into organizing and storing these valuable items, it’s important to recognize that this process is about more than just creating space. It’s…

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Tips to Celebrate Your Elderly Parents’ Birthday in a Senior Living Community

Birthdays are special events with different traditions and meanings across individuals and cultures. Within Western culture, we often associate birthdays with candles and cakes, but one celebrates in various ways. However, as caregivers, it is vital to understand the cultural background and personal preference of how you can celebrate your…

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Protecting Seniors from Winter Slip and Fall Accidents

During the winter season, slip and fall accidents pose a significant risk to seniors. The slippery conditions of ice and snow make it challenging for seniors to maintain their balance and walk safely. Senior women are the most likely to suffer slip and fall injuries during the winter. While sprains…

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5 Tips for Flawless Makeup on Mature Skin

Aging brings new challenges. You might need to adjust to big moments, such as moving into a retirement community or caring for a grandchild. Life continues to roll on, and you must adapt to it. One of the minor drawbacks you notice as you age is the struggle to apply…

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6 Foods That Might Help Prevent Dementia

Dementia is a term for a significant decline in mental ability, causing symptoms such as memory loss, behavior changes and loss of language skills. There are many different forms of dementia, including Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease and vascular dementia.  Preventing dementia can be difficult, but studies show that staying active,…

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4 Tips to Ensure the Best Lifestyle for Aging Parents When You Live Abroad

Caring for an aging parent is a responsibility, but it becomes challenging when you live in a different location. The challenge of long-distance senior care gets bigger for people living overseas. Being thousands of miles away from your aging parents creates a sense of helplessness. For seniors, this living arrangement…

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Addressing the Needs of San Antonio’s Senior Population

As San Antonio evolves, so too must our commitment to addressing the diverse and evolving needs of its senior population. The well-being of older adults is a multifaceted endeavor, encompassing healthcare access, social engagement, financial stability, and community support.  This comprehensive approach is essential to ensure that seniors can age…

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