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Boost Immune Systems with These 5 Tips

The body’s immune system is the key to leading a healthy life. The spare key is to consume a diet that is plentiful in polyphenols and antioxidants. It is also crucial to get plenty of rest. Leading a healthy lifestyle contributes to the way the body feels overall. There are several therapeutic measures that help […]

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5 Tips to Ensure Seniors Stay Hydrated in Hot Summer Months

Summer has arrived and the scorching temperatures is a constant reminder of its presence. The beautiful rays of sunshine are accompanied by record breaking temperatures. Most days can only be enjoyed once the evening arrives and the sun has gone in.   It is important to ensure that seniors stay hydrated during the hot summer […]

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Activities To Do with Your Senior Loved One This Summer

Summer has finally arrived. Along with the bright sunshine comes the uncomfortable summer heat. It is still a great time for seniors to get out and enjoy themselves. Seniors of Glendale retirement homes are exposed to numerous activities during the summer. It is important for seniors to remain active year-round. Families will find it easy […]

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Why Seniors Should Maintain a Healthy Diet

Maintaining a healthy diet is an important factor for aging adults. It is essential to practice healthy eating habits as you age. Doing so helps seniors to sustain a healthy weight, get the necessary nutrients, feel energized, and feel better overall. Most importantly, it decreases their risk of developing illnesses, such as diabetes and heart […]

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Tips and Tricks for Managing Medication

Effective medication management requires a few contributing factors. Aging adults will likely need more guidance or assistance with taking their medications properly. It is essential that family, friends, or assisted living facilities in Glendale help them with their medications. This ensures that they will not experience missed doses, which could cause complications with their condition. […]

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Identifying and Coping with the Signs of Depression in the Elderly

It is quite common for elderly loved ones to experience depression. The signs and symptoms can be easy to misinterpret. The stages of depression are difficult for the elderly. They are also difficult for children and other family members to identify. It is easy to associate symptoms with normal expectancies of aging. However, depression is […]

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Congratulations to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex!

The Royal Wedding brought us beautiful and tender moments. We are so proud of Meghan who we know well, as she chose Broadview as the home of her late grandmother, Mrs. Doris Markle. Mrs. Markle lived at Broadview for almost four years, during which time we had the opportunity to get to know Meghan, her […]

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May is Older Americans Month: Activities to Help Engage Seniors

May is recognized as Older American’s Month. This year’s theme is “Engage at Every Age.” It expresses the importance for aging adults of all ages to participate in various activities. Activities that offer mental, physical and emotional stimulation are encouraged this month and every month hereafter. Continuous stimulation for aging adults helps them to feel […]

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