Kristin Ganton

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When is Home Care Not Enough? 5 Signs to Look For

The number of family caregivers in the United States is growing, according to the AARP report, “Caregiving in the U.S. 2020.” As many as 53 million...

10 Ways Independent Living Communities Support Your Desired Lifestyle

The chance to lead an active, independent life in retirement is why many seniors feel they should stay in their family home. In reality, however, it...

Health Changes in the Elderly to Look for When Visiting Over the Holidays

It’s hard to believe but the holidays are almost upon us once again. For many with senior loved ones who don’t live nearby, it’s also time to plan...

Why Living with Purpose is Good for Every Senior

Early in life, it’s easy to find purpose, in fact, it actually finds us in school, careers, and raising families. In retirement, however, having so...

Better Sleep for Seniors with Sleep Therapy

by Kristin Ganton | Sep 28, 2021 | senior health, sleep

Sleep isn’t just something we do when we’re tired; sleep is absolutely essential to senior health and well-being. According to the Sleep Foundation’s...

How Assisted Living Helps to Meet New Friends Later in Life

One of the most difficult parts of getting older is the loss of friends. But there is always time to meet new people and make new friends, especially...

How to Know When It’s Time to Move to Assisted Living

by Kristin Ganton | Aug 24, 2021 | assisted living, moving

Navigating aging can be difficult for seniors and their families as time takes its toll. Even the most healthy and active seniors can reach a point in...

5 Great Reasons to Age in Place at an Independent Living Community

Independent living is an excellent alternative for seniors who want the freedom to do as they please without all the responsibilities of home...

Positive News About Senior Living Communities During Covid-19

by Kristin Ganton | Jul 28, 2021 | senior living

 

Dealing with Social Anxiety in a COVID World

by Kristin Ganton | Jul 23, 2021 | senior health

The pandemic has been a difficult, often stressful time for many seniors, but as restrictions begin to ease and cases go up, some may also now be...

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