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Month: April 2022

7 Early Warning Signs of Dementia

Published By mktagrp9 on April 26, 2022
Shot of a senior man comforting his wife at during a conversation at home

It’s important to be on the lookout for early warning signs of dementia in your loved ones. Noticing the signs early can help prevent accidents and ensure they are getting the expert care they need as the condition progresses. With the help of AARP, our memory care team in New Jersey has identified seven early… Continue reading 7 Early Warning Signs of Dementia

4 Handmade Craft Ideas for Seniors

Published By mweinbaum on April 26, 2022
Creative girl is making form of cookies from dough. Her face is all in flour. Old woman is looking at her creation with satisfaction and smiling

It’s National Handmade Day – and what better way to celebrate than with your crafty senior loved one. Whether it’s baked goods, beauty products, or home decor, those who create handmade gifts do so with an artistic eye. And for anyone who has ever received a homemade gift, you know how special it is to… Continue reading 4 Handmade Craft Ideas for Seniors

5 Inspiring Books for Seniors

Published By mktagrp9 on April 26, 2022
Relaxed senior woman reading a book at the park

Reading is not only beneficial for a senior’s mind but it is also a way to travel the world, to live many different lives, chase dreams, and broaden horizons. You can read about any subject you like whether it’s about cars, sports, gardening, or fiction topics like romance, adventure, or suspense…the options are truly endless!… Continue reading 5 Inspiring Books for Seniors

Senior Communities and Family – Stay Connected

Published By mktagrp9 on April 26, 2022
Back view of young woman sit relax on couch at home talk on video call with smiling mature mother, millennial girl rest have pleasant conversation with happy senior mom, use webcam on computer

Staying connected to friends and family outside of assisted living is very important for the mental health of seniors. Today that means using the internet, but with one-third of Americans over the age of 65 not confident in using the internet, communication can be a struggle for many families. Here are some tips on keeping… Continue reading Senior Communities and Family – Stay Connected

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