RESIDENTIAL CARE CENTER FOR THE ELDERLY (RCFE)

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4 Ways to Sharpen the Memory in Residential Care

Did you know there are several fun and innovative ways to sharpen your memory? As we grow older, it becomes more common to forget the simple things. It’s just a normal part of aging. Perhaps you made a call to a family member, then forgot why you called. Maybe you’re beginning to forget times or […]

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Signs It May Be Time for Assisted Living

Adult children are often faced with difficult decisions. Among those decisions is one that greatly impacts the livelihood and happiness of their parents. At some point, aging adults may need to be placed in a senior living community that offers more advanced care. There can be many fears or questions associated with a decision of […]

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Government Benefits Seniors May Be Missing Out On

Almost every adult in the world spends hours each day looking for ways to maximize their dollars. Without a doubt, nothing destroys a budget like unforeseen health issues. Especially if the illness prevents you from completing day-to-day activities or obligations. Many seniors are unaware of the assistance that is available to them. Below are five […]

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How to Prevent Aging Adults From Falls

Falls can occur at any time and in any place. They happen more often with aging adults than any other age group. There are a few simple preventive steps that can help reduce falls. These measures include proper medication maintenance and ridding the home of hazardous conditions that may cause trips or falls. In residential […]

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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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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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