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Month: March 2021

Tips to Make Spring Cleaning Easier for Seniors

Published By mktagrp9 on March 25, 2021

It’s officially spring! You know what that means — time to do your annual spring cleaning. With the weather getting warmer, there’s this undeniable sense to refresh which is why so many people take this opportunity to deep clean their homes. While you’ll undoubtedly start small with reorganizing clothes for the warm weather, cleaning your… Continue reading Tips to Make Spring Cleaning Easier for Seniors

Indoor Gardening for Seniors: How to Get Started

Published By United Methodist Communities on March 22, 2021

Are you interested in indoor gardening, but don’t have any idea where to start or what to do? For seniors in assisted living, outdoor gardening isn’t always an option due to space limitations or weather constraints. Starting a small indoor garden is a great first step to enjoy this fun, new hobby in assisted living.… Continue reading Indoor Gardening for Seniors: How to Get Started

UMC: The COVID-19 Pandemic, 1 Year Later

Published By mweinbaum on March 22, 2021

Click here to listen to UMC President & CEO, Larry Carlson, talk about how COVID-19 has affected United Methodist Communities over the past year.

Spring into Action! Seasonal Health Advice for Older Adults

Published By mktagrp9 on March 21, 2021

With the weather getting warmer, it’s time for everybody to spring into action! Especially older adults who may have felt a little too cooped up inside this winter. Spring’s arrival is a new opportunity to boost your overall health by getting more active outdoors. Our assisted living team in Camden County has put together a… Continue reading Spring into Action! Seasonal Health Advice for Older Adults

What’s the Difference Between Memory Care and Assisted Living?

Published By United Methodist Communities on March 20, 2021

Are you looking for a senior care solution for a loved one with dementia? Although memory care may be offered in an assisted living community, there are many differences between these two care services. Individuals with dementia require caregivers who have specialized skill sets and supervision in contrast to what is provided in assisted living.… Continue reading What’s the Difference Between Memory Care and Assisted Living?

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