The Centers for Disease control estimate that about 5.8 million Americans are currently living with Alzheimer’s disease or related forms of dementia. These conditions cause a range of symptoms from memory loss to confusion to agitation, and while the phenomenon is not well understood, these symptoms seem to get worse beginning at dusk and lasting
Now that a larger number of people have been vaccinated and many states have relaxed their COVID-19 restrictions, we are all eager to get back to our normal lives. While younger people may not have any reservations about going out in public without masks, older people may not be so enthusiastic. As the group most
We know many of you are concerned about the spread of COVID-19 (the new coronavirus) and how it may impact us here. During this unprecedented time, there is nothing more important to us than the health and well-being of the people who live and work at our communities and that guides all of our decisions.
While you may not want to think about the possibility of a natural disaster or other emergency situation, it’s always a good idea to be prepared. For seniors who live on their own, disaster preparedness is even more important. In the event of a flood, earthquake, prolonged power outage, or other disaster, help may be