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What You Should Know About VA Aid and Assisted Living

What You Should Know About VA Aid and Assisted Living

Senior care is always a priority for those working in any elderly community, especially when it comes to ensuring that they make their stay feel welcoming. The main goal of our assisted living facility is to provide a community that respects those who live here. For...

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Most Common COVID-19 Vaccine Side Effects Among Seniors

Most Common COVID-19 Vaccine Side Effects Among Seniors

Seniors were among the first group of Americans eligible for the COVID-19 vaccines when they became available this past winter. At this point, most people ages 65 and over have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19. The vaccines are an essential tool for defeating...

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How to Make a Senior Living Studio Apartment Feel Spacious

How to Make a Senior Living Studio Apartment Feel Spacious

While downsizing can be a challenge, it can also be liberating. By giving up the responsibility of home maintenance and repairs, you'll be free to live your life how you see fit. Here are some decorating tips we've gathered to help you feel at home in your new...

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What to Bring When Your Spouse Moves into Memory Care

What to Bring When Your Spouse Moves into Memory Care

At Dellwood Gardens Assisted Living, we provide safe, caring support for seniors in need of memory care. We know how important it is for our residents to lead fulfilling, enriched lives in a space specifically designed to meet the challenges of living with Alzheimer’s...

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Seniors’ Guide to Staying Connected Through Facebook

Seniors’ Guide to Staying Connected Through Facebook

In the current age of global connection, helping seniors stay in touch with family and friends is easier than ever. Facebook is a free and secure online platform that offers a convenient way to keep up with loved ones. Whether you are setting up an account for...

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6 Must-Follow Blogs for the Connected Senior

6 Must-Follow Blogs for the Connected Senior

Seniors used to be known for shunning technological developments. However, this stereotype is rapidly becoming outdated. 67% of seniors ages 65 and older are online. In 2019, that percentage rose to 73%. This upward trend will continue as the internet generations age,...

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What Are the Healthiest Foods for Seniors to Eat

What Are the Healthiest Foods for Seniors to Eat

Eating healthy is always important, but having a balanced diet is key as you begin to age. To add to this, there are many chemicals and additives lurking in foods nowadays that can make ailments such as arthritis, respiratory illness and muscle aches worse, rather...

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7 Activities to Keep Seniors in Assisted Living Engaged

People need to explore, learn, and have fun to live life to its fullest at any age. A monotonous routine often makes seniors in assisted living feel bored and unmotivated. Adding stimulating activities to their daily routine will improve their quality of life and help...

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