We ask an expert to explain the end-of-life procedure.
Why All-in-One Senior Living, Primary Care is a Winning Bet
Is traveling to a doctor’s appointment a thing of the past? One senior housing operator seems to think so Through an innovative partnership, the company has primary care providers – specifically trained to care for senior living residents – keeping regular office hours at its communities’ on-site clinics, cutting transportation arrangements and other hassles out of the picture entirely Bloomfield, New Jersey-based Juniper Communities operates 18 long-term care communities in New Jersey, Colorado, Pennsylvania and Florida. The provider recently partnered with Redwood Health Partners, an on-site primary care provider that solely operates within assisted and senior living residences, skilled nursing and rehabilitation centers, and special-purpose memory care communities. Juniper previously piloted its first on-site Redwood Health…
Know the 10 Signs of Alzheimer's Disease
Are you concerned about yourself or a loved one? Learn the 10 early signs and symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease.
Cruise Travel Tips
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6 People to Question During an Assisted Living Tour
When searching for senior living, how can you tell who is really looking out for your loved one? Here are 6 people to question during your tours.
How she got rid of her hunchback
When Anna Pesce was visiting her children in Wagener, SC, in November 2014, the then-85-year-old Orangeburg, NY, native almost collapsed trying to climb a set of stairs. “I had this horrible pain s…
Why Seniors Want Home Care
According to a recent study, 87% of seniors would prefer to age in place by remaining at home. But, why are the number of seniors in nursing homes and hospitals on the rise? Here are three reasons why seniors today want home care and aren’t always getting what they want.
News from the Alzheimer's & Dementia Alliance of Wisconsin
This fun wellness event offers educational information for families and seniors. Event attendees can explore the gardens, learn brain health lifestyle education, do a gardening craft (while supplies last), and enjoy a buffet of summer salads, fresh fruit, desserts and beverages. All are welcome! Sunday, June 23 I 1:00 - 3:00 p.m. Rotary Botanical Gardens, 1455 Palmer Dr., Janesville Tickets to the event are $15 per person (children under age 6 are free). A portion of the proceeds benefit the Alzheimer's & Dementia Alliance of Wisconsin (ADAW). Visit alzwisc.org to purchase tickets.
3 Tips for Seniors Looking to Make Extra Income
Got a flexible schedule? These tips will help you bring in a little extra cash.
What is the difference between Alzheimer's and Dementia?
What is the difference between Alzheimer's and dementia?