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!

A Comprehensive Guide to Helping Your Elderly Loved Ones with Car Maintenance

As our loved ones age, ensuring their vehicle remains safe and functional becomes increasingly important. Regular car maintenance can help avoid costly repairs and ensure that the vehicle remains reliable. This guide provides a comprehensive look at how you can assist your elderly loved ones with car maintenance, covering everything…

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Top 5 Travel Tips for Senior Travelers

Travel is an adventure that lasts forever and has no age boundaries. In fact, more and more people of different ages are indulging in travel experiences, and discovering the world. Statistics show that adults aged 60 and above made up almost 37% of all travelers last year. This highlights that…

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Know Your Legal Rights: How to Recognize and Protect Your Loved Ones from Nursing Home Dehydration and Malnutrition

Far more dangerous than most people realize, malnutrition and dehydration can be devastating, especially for elders. It can quickly escalate to life-threatening levels and may even put your loved one’s life at risk. So, if you’ve noticed a loved one in a nursing home showing signs of dehydration or malnutrition,…

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How To Prepare To Downsize After Retirement

The decision to downsize after retirement is fraught with emotion, but it doesn’t have to be overwhelming. Arranging goals, setting a budget, and decluttering your possessions can help you improve your finances and minimize stress. Learn how to prepare to downsize after retirement. Assess Your Needs Your goals change once…

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4 Essential Tips for Preparing a Living Trust

There are many ways that seniors can give themselves some peace of mind through estate planning, but crafting a living trust is one of the most effective. This step ensures your assets are properly managed and that your loved ones are appropriately provided for. However, navigating the living trust process…

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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 Protect Seniors from Radon Risks in Their Home

Radon is an invisible and odorless gas that occurs naturally and can pose a risk to many households. The gas seeps into homes through the foundation. Prolonged exposure can cause serious health risks, especially in the elderly. If you have a senior living alone, you may want to know some…

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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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