Need a Break? Consider Respite Care in Jackson

Being a caregiver to an ill or incapacitated loved one may sound like a mission of mercy at first, something you want to do simply because you care so...

Senior Living: Medical Technology Trends

Today’s seniors grew up in a world of black-and-white television (if any), transistor radios, and wall-mounted telephones. Needless to say: Boy, have...

Inpatient Rehab: What to Expect

If inpatient rehab is on the calendar for you, you’re probably wondering what’s in store. A good place to begin is with the definition of...

Do’s and Don’ts When Dealing with Dementia Behavior

As dementia progresses, behavioral changes will become more noticeable and frustrating. Although everyone is different there are some common behavioral...

FOX 47: Fun & Friends at Countryside

Crystal Caldwell, Director of Retirement Services, Ashley Finerty, Life Enrichment Coordinator, talk about some of the social opportunities...

9 Ways to Manage Alzheimer’s, Dementia and Wandering

 

Alzheimer’s Disease and dementia are common occurrences among aging adults – but that doesn’t make dealing with them any easier.

Having a loved one...

How to Know When it’s Time for a Parent to Stop Driving

 

If you’re worried about your aging parent operating their vehicle – or worse, finally taking those keys away – you’re not alone. Most adult children...

Tech Safety Tips for Seniors 

 

Technology is a great way to keep in touch with loved ones and old friends, stay up to date on the latest news and community happenings and even...

Tips for Hiring an In-home Care Provider

 

There are many care options as your loved ones age.

For those with serious health issues, a nursing facility or memory care center may be best, while...

Winter Hobbies for Seniors: How to Keep Your Mind Sharp this Season

 

It’s easy to get bored in the winter. With snow on the ground and a chill in the air, you can’t get out much – and it might start to feel like your...

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