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305 West End Assisted Living Blog

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Category: Caregiver Corner

Tips for Caring for a Loved One with Alzheimer's

Posted by 305 West End Assisted Living on Sep 15, 2020 1:45:00 PM

Assuming the role of caregiver for a loved one diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease, or other memory-related cognitive disorder, can be overwhelming. Fear of the unknown, combined with the reality of taking care of your loved one’s daily needs, can leave you feeling drained – physically, mentally and emotionally. While undoubtedly stressful, serving as a caregiver can be a rich and rewarding experience. Following are some practical tips and resources that can help make your journey easier.

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Categories: Caregiver Corner

Assisted Living — Is It Right For You, or a Loved One?

Posted by 305 West End Assisted Living on Sep 8, 2020 12:42:00 PM

Many older adults picture themselves living at home for the rest of their lives. This makes sense, after all - home is a comfortable and familiar place. 

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A Look at Today's Sophisticated Assisted Living Offerings

Posted by 305 West End Assisted Living on Aug 18, 2020 10:49:00 AM

These days, it’s becoming easier than ever to find products and services that fit your lifestyle — from pop-up beauty shops to premium gym memberships to ethically-raised eggs in your local store. 

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How to Begin Your Loved One’s Move to Assisted Living

Posted by 305 West End Assisted Living on Jul 28, 2020 8:30:00 AM

There are numerous reasons why families delay their decision to seek out assisted living. Researching suitable communities can be time-consuming and somewhat confusing. 

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How to Help Your Loved One Stay Socially Active

Posted by 305 West End Assisted Living on Dec 12, 2019 10:00:00 AM

No one likes to feel lonely. And research has shown that having a healthy social life is critical to both physical and mental health - even slowing the rate of cognitive and physical decline in seniors.

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