Senior living can be a rewarding and positive experience. Whether you want to take advantage of retirement with independent living or obtain some extra support with assisted living, senior living communities can provide a supportive and engaging environment where you can make new friends and memories.
Anyone who has heard the soft purr of a cat or pet the fluffy coat of a dog knows how therapeutic animals can be. A pet provides countless benefits to the people around them, whether it’s for companionship, comfort, or confidence.
Your retirement years should be a time for you to relax and enjoy yourself. However, homeownership woes can bog down and bring unnecessary stress to your life. With home maintenance, upkeep, and unexpected bills, owning a home as an older adult can hinder your retirement experience. This is one of the reasons why senior living apartments are becoming increasingly popular.
If you imagine senior living communities as a dank, dark, and uninviting, you have been woefully misinformed. Senior Solutions Management Group has been working hard to dispel the old and tired stereotypical nursing home image. The fact of the matter is that senior living communities are growing and pushing hard to evolve and stray away from those misinformed assumptions. Modern senior living communities are the complete opposite of these dreary and outdated stereotypes.
Each year in September, one week is set aside to officially celebrate the assisted living community. While we try to celebrate the senior living community every day of the year, our Senior Solutions communities especially look forward to planning for National Assisted Living Week.
The move to assisted living can sometimes be challenging. Depression can set in even when mom or dad are ready to move and entering a positive environment. Recognizing the signs and seeking proper treatment are essential to your parent's emotional well-being (and your peace of mind) while they reside in assisted living.
Holiday season can be a lonely and melancholy time for loved ones who have moved to a senior living community and miss their spouse, family home and family traditions.