15 ENJOYABLE MOTHER’S DAY ACTIVITIES FOR SENIORS

Celebrate Mother’s Day with quality time together Spending quality time with the important woman (or women) in your life is a wonderful and thoughtful way to celebrate Mother’s Day. To help you plan something special, we rounded up 15 fun Mother’s Day activities for seniors. Important: Covid-19 is still actively circulating within our communities and older… Continue reading 15 ENJOYABLE MOTHER’S DAY ACTIVITIES FOR SENIORS

How to Notice Signs of Functional Decline in Seniors

A female doctor pushing a senior patient on a wheelchair in a hospital, looking at each other and smiling.

To determine whether or not your loved one may need elderly care or another senior service, you need to know the signs of functional decline. Keep in mind that functional decline relates to physical and cognitive function, so you need to be aware of the signs of decline for both. Signs of Physical Decline Limited mobility Change… Continue reading How to Notice Signs of Functional Decline in Seniors

4 WAYS TO GET FAMILY TO HELP WITH AGING PARENTS

Why family doesn’t help with caregiving Unfortunately, many caregivers are disappointed to find that family members don’t take on their fair share of responsibility. There are many reasons why family members don’t help with caregiving – and it’s not always because they’re lazy and uncaring. Sometimes people don’t know where to start or what they… Continue reading 4 WAYS TO GET FAMILY TO HELP WITH AGING PARENTS

Tip Sheet: Home Safety Tips For Older Adults

With a growing number of older adults living independently, it’s increasingly important to make sure that they’re safe at home. Falls, burns, and poisonings are among the most common accidents involving older people. Older adults who live alone may also become the victims of criminals who target older people. If you’re an older adult living… Continue reading Tip Sheet: Home Safety Tips For Older Adults

Three Back Pain Relief Exercises For Seniors

Isometric Heel Bridge Lay down flat on your back.  Raise your knees by moving your feet closer to your buttocks, until your legs are bent at about a 45 degree angle.  Keep your feet flat on the floor, so that you can press through your heels.  Then raise your hips and hold it for one… Continue reading Three Back Pain Relief Exercises For Seniors

16 WAYS TO ADAPT 4TH OF JULY ACTIVITIES FOR SENIORS

Make 4th of July activities fun for seniors When older adults are included in group celebrations like 4th of July festivities, they feel more connected with family and friends and more engaged in life. But some traditional activities might not be well-suited for seniors. Fortunately, there are many creative ways to adapt Independence Day activities to meet… Continue reading 16 WAYS TO ADAPT 4TH OF JULY ACTIVITIES FOR SENIORS

9 ENJOYABLE ACTIVITIES FOR SENIORS WITH LIMITED MOBILITY

Seniors with limited mobility can still enjoy a variety of activities Many older adults lose mobility due to conditions like stroke, severe arthritis, or injuries from falls. When that happens, activities and hobbies they used to enjoy might now be too difficult. But loss of mobility doesn’t mean the end of good times. There are many ways… Continue reading 9 ENJOYABLE ACTIVITIES FOR SENIORS WITH LIMITED MOBILITY

CHAIR YOGA FOR SENIORS: REDUCE PAIN AND IMPROVE HEALTH

Chair yoga safely improves senior health Chair yoga is a great way for older adults to get the wonderful health benefits of yoga. Staying seated means that even frail seniors or those who aren’t flexible can safely do the exercises. Yoga is an excellent way for older adults to loosen and stretch painful muscles, reduce… Continue reading CHAIR YOGA FOR SENIORS: REDUCE PAIN AND IMPROVE HEALTH

COVID precaution protocols.

Dear Residents, Families, and Friends: This communication follows a letter sent to you previously from the facility related to COVID-19. Since identifying one employee who tested positive at our recent monthly testing in April, the employee has not returned to the facility since April 14. We implemented twice weekly testing in which we identified one… Continue reading COVID precaution protocols.

News Regarding Covid-19

Aloha Residents, Families, and Friends: This letter is to update you since identifying one employee who tested positive at our recent monthly testing.  The employee has not returned to the facility since April 14.  We implemented twice weekly testing and last evening, we identified one positive resident.  Please know that we are treating this seriously… Continue reading News Regarding Covid-19

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