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Why Grandparents Are Important

It’s no secret that grandparents are God’s gift to grandchildren. They are important in every phase of their grandchild’s life. A valuable part of life, grandparents play an extremely important role in the lives of their grandchildren today. Many grandparents provide a missing link in single-parent homes or in dual-career households. The role of the […]

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How to Make Friends in Assisted Living

The transition into a senior living community can be challenging for seniors and their family. A resident must adjust to an entirely different environment, atmosphere and group of people. These changes can lead to depression and anxiety or cause a senior to become withdrawn. The move to a senior living community can make it difficult […]

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Are You a New Caregiver for Your Aging Parent? Here’s What to Expect

Adult children often think of the day they may have to care for their aging parents. Although often thought of, it sometimes happens without warning. There are a couple instances that thrust adult children into the title of caregiver. The first we’ll reference as the “instant” caretaker scenario. The second is termed as the “emergency” […]

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Holiday Shopping Tips for Seniors

The holidays are upon us and you know what that means. It’s time to shop! Many people, especially seniors find it more convenient to avoid the crowds nowadays. Holiday sales begin around Thanksgiving and last until after the Christmas holiday. Now, cyber deals are a big part of online shopping, especially when living in a […]

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Planning for the Future: Residential Care with Your Spouse

Adult children have the best interest of their senior parents at heart. Their primary intent is to ensure they are living and thriving in a safe environment. It is also essential their parents are living in conditions which allow them to maintain as much as their independence as possible. The goal for senior couples is […]

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Applying for Veterans Benefits for Long-Term Care

Veterans have given a large part of their lives and livelihood to serve for their country. Regardless of the length of time spent in the service, they will always be honored as service men or women. One of the leading concerns for veterans and their care providers is to qualify for VA benefits. This is […]

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Honoring Caregivers: National Family Caregivers Month

November is National Family Caregivers Month. This special time of year honors those who care for aging adults. Taking care of aging loved ones is an ongoing task. The theme this year is appropriately titled, “Caregiving Around the Clock.” Why is acknowledging caregivers important? First, many seniors would not enjoy the quality of life they […]

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Thanksgiving in Assisted Living: How to Make It Special

The holiday season is approaching and Thanksgiving is right around the corner. It’s a special time of year; one where many are reminded to give thanks and cherish family time. For many seniors however, Thanksgiving can be a challenging time of year. Many aging adults feel alone and often experience memories of loved ones who […]

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Fall Activities You Can Do With Your Loved Ones

  The days are cooler, leaves are falling and changing colors indicate fall’s arrival. It’s the time of year that starts to feel cooler and cozier. Even in sunny Glendale, California one can find elements of Autumn. For many people, questions arise about how to take advantage of the new season. Thankfully, there are several […]

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Paying for Assisted Living Costs

Assisted living costs can be fairly expensive for some. It is understandable that some families will be concerned with paying for assisted living for their aging loved ones. Our Glendale assisted living facility receives daily inquiries about ways to pay for assisted living. Advisors can help families with this process. They provide resources to help […]

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