Top 5 Dementia Signs To Look Out For in Your Loved One

Every three seconds, someone from each part of the globe develops dementia (Alzheimer’s Disease International). Dementia is a broad term for symptoms related to memory and reasoning decline, as well as a decrease in other thinking skills that are severe […]

Read More

Spring Into Fun – May 2024

The residents learned it was okay to play with their food and eat it when they made their fruits and veggies into summer bugs. Vibrant colors, fun textures, and good conversation were all on the table. We also colored paper […]

Read More

Valentine’s Day 2024

Our Residents enjoyed a heartwarming Valentine’s Day celebration. The new 2024 King and Queen were crowned, as voted on by the staff, residents and families, by the prior year’s King and Queen. We served filet mignon, shrimp cocktail, potatoes, veggies […]

Read More

Senior Spotlight: Denny Cutlip

Denny Cutlip was born and raised in Akron, Ohio. He hails from a family of five with his parents, Clyde and Gloria, at the helm. Denny’s bond with his mother was especially strong, and happiness was his constant companion, buoyed […]

Read More

Spreading Holiday Cheer: A Guide to Brightening the Lives of Loved Ones

There is always a special buzz in the air during the holiday season. The lights seem brighter, people are more filled with cheer, and there are many reasons to enjoy special time with family and friends. But if you have […]

Read More

How To Help Your Aging Loved One Create a Lasting Legacy

We all have stories that are part of our personal history, and these stories are so important to pass on to future generations. Along with the stories come family traditions, special recipes, and pictures that keep the memories alive. As […]

Read More

Nutritional Needs of Aging Adults

When it comes to proper nutrition, one size does not fit all. Although it might sound surprising at first, senior citizens have special dietary needs that should be followed in order for them to live their best and healthiest lives. […]

Read More

How to Stay Connected with Loved Ones in Assisted Living

When a loved one moves into an assisted living facility, there are many emotions that go along with the move. Change is difficult, and even in solid relationships, it’s normal for there to be worries about staying in touch. But […]

Read More

How to Plan Financially for the Move to Assisted Living

Making the move to an assisted living facility can be a difficult transition — physically, emotionally, and financially. It can be truly gut-wrenching to talk to your loved one about the prospect of moving out of their home. Equally challenging […]

Read More

Here’s What Day-to-Day Help Looks Like at Assisted Living

If someone you love is having trouble accomplishing the simple tasks of daily living on their own, then it might be time to consider an assisted living facility. As people age, they often slow down and need help with things […]

Read More