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When to Think About Moving

As people age, their needs, preferences, interests and lifestyles change. Approaching retirement means having more time for the things you want to do as you stop working or choose to…

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Senior Diet and Fitness Tips for Maintaining a Healthy Heart

The likelihood of developing coronary heart disease and suffering from heart failure increases with age. Normal aging processes can cause changes in the heart and blood vessels that lead to…

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Exercise Can Improve Brain Health as We Age

Aging causes changes to the brain size, vasculature and cognition, but not every area of the brain is impacted in the same way. The most widely seen cognitive impact associated…

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10 Tips for Improving Senior Mental Health

It makes sense to pay as much attention to your mental health as you do your physical health because the two are intertwined. According to the World Health Organization, over…

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Tips for Financing Assisted Living

By 2050, over a fifth of the United States population will be 65 years or older. As the elderly population continues to grow, so does the need for high-quality assisted…

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Moving Forward - Safely, Together

On March 30th, The Admiral at the Lake hosted “Moving Forward – Safely, Together.” Our CEO, Medical Director, and an Admiral Resident shared how community life has changed now that…

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Health Benefits of Assisted Living Communities

While embracing life at an assisted living facility, residents naturally embed healthier habits into their daily routine. Living alone, especially those who need a helping hand, are at risk for…

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Downsizing with a Senior Move Manager

Downsizing made easy. If you’re in the process of downsizing and moving into a new home or apartment, you’re probably well aware of how much of a hassle the moving…

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What is Memory Care?

Is your loved one starting to experience cognitive impairment symptoms such as memory loss, confusion and disorientation? Whether your family member is living on their own or living at an…

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