Senior Living Blog


Looking for Love in Senior Living

The Hebrew Home at Riverdale offers happy hour, prom, and even a dating service (G-Date) to encourage seniors to enjoy one another’s company.


The Lasting Benefits of Art Therapy for Seniors

More important than the finished products, the process of creating art helps us to express unresolved emotions and relieve accumulated stress. For some seniors, art can play an integral role in addressing mental and physical health. The benefits of art


Low-Cost Fall Activities and Events for Assisted Living Residents

Seniors on a limited budget can take advantage of these affordable fall season events and activities.


Buyer’s Remorse and Scam Victimization May Indicate Cognitive Decline

Questionable purchases and falling for scams may be signs of cognitive decline. Learn to recognize it and what steps to take.


How to Talk to a Loved One with Unhealthy Weight Gain or Loss

How to discuss weight gain or loss with a loved one and encourage healthier lifestyle choices.


Moving to a Senior Living Community before Selling Your Home

Discover how to move your parent or loved one into a senior living community before selling their home.


Fall Allergies and Seniors: Tips for Enduring Allergy Season

Discover tips for how you can protect yourself or loved one from fall allergies this season.


A Simple Guide to Helping Senior Veterans with the A&A Program

A brief overview of the A&A assistance program for veterans and how it can help fund your senior apartment.


#ElderCareChat 9/21/2016: All About Assisted Living

September is National Assisted Living Month (NALM), so this week’s #ElderCareChat discussion was all about this popular level of senior care. Our 24 participants covered topics like what it’s like to visit, volunteer, and advocate in assisted living, among other things. We

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Loss of Navigational Skills May Indicate Early Signs of Alzheimer’s

Learn about a recent study by Washington University in St. Louis that discovered a new early indication of Alzheimer’s.

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