Speaking To Your Parents About Senior Living

Tracy Martin Corporate Director of Sales and Marketing at Pomeroy Living We find that many adult children avoid having a conversation with their parents when the see a change in behavior and mood in their loved one. This article points out how to approach a conversation with your parents which is great. But I want…

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Retirement Communities: Your Complete Guide

Entertainment. Warmth. Kindness. Laughter. Friendship. Are these the first things that come to mind when you picture a retirement community? That’s how it should be. Communities designed for senior living are comfortable places where seniors can sit back and relax. Here, you can take a quick look at how options such as these can offer…

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Fun Activities for the Elderly in Senior Living Communities

elderly activities

Independent living activities are beneficial to its residents by lifting spirits and promoting mental and physical sharpness. Though these activities may vary from community to community, the main goal is to keep seniors active, engaged and entertained. There are plenty of activities for residents in senior living communities to benefit from. These are not only…

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Let’s Compare: Assisted vs. Independent Living

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“We get this question all the time from families and prospective residents. If you are from the industry and have never had to do a search for senior living before of course you don’t know the difference. I encourage you to read the article below for a better understanding so you know what options are out there for your loved one. And please don’t forget you are not alone, we are happy to help and come alongside you as you enter this journey. We are better together my grandma Eileen always said and that’s the truth.”

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The Various Types of Senior Living Options, Explained

Senior Living Options, Explained

Due to the technological advances in the healthcare industry, life expectancy has gone up at a drastic pace—seniors over the age of 85 account for 2% of the nation’s population. In Michigan, the senior adult population was recorded at 2.6 million back in 2010. That’s roughly 26% of the population in the state. Given the…

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