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When the time comes for you or your loved one to transition into life at a senior living community, moving can seem to be overwhelming. However, your new apartment is a blank canvas for redecorating! By taking the time to … Continue reading
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Yoga classes have become a popular practice in health conscious people across the planet. This combination of meditation and breath control while sustaining specific bodily postures, according to Oxford Dictionaries, has expanded far beyond its origins as a Hindu practice … Continue reading
Lauren Carol Davidson (Fitter), was born on January 17, 1945, in New York City to Harold and Selma Davidson (Ross). She is one of two children. Her father was an Air Force pilot who flew 35 missions over Europe during … Continue reading
Jigsaw puzzles and brain teasers are a nice way to spend a rainy afternoon. But did you know that spending time solving puzzles really does show long-term benefit for seniors’ mental sharpness? Here are some of the top ways that … Continue reading
Hearing loss often comes hand-in-hand with aging, unpleasant as it may be. Often, seniors struggle with hearing loss for long periods of time without acknowledging it or accepting help. Don’t suffer in silence (literally!). Thanks to seniorlivingmag.com, here are our … Continue reading
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What is more important than family? Especially when it comes down to making big decisions about senior living, family carries a lot of influence. It can also lead to frustrations, with differences in opinions and personal expectations conflicting. Nonetheless, family … Continue reading
Christopher Pearson was born on April 17, 1936 in Jamaica, West Indies. His father Robert was a cultivator and his mother a housewife. Christopher went to school in Jamaica, until relocating to England in 1961, where he became a crane … Continue reading