Meet Betty Steinberg, a spirited 98-year-old woman whose journey to Assisted Living is an inspiring testament to resilience, independence, and the beauty of finding the right support when life takes unexpected turns.
September is National Cholesterol Education Month and at Senior Care Authority we are especially interested in cholesterol because of its emerging connection to Alzheimer’s. In the health and wellness world, cholesterol has long been a topic of concern due to its association with cardiovascular diseases. However, recent research has unveiled a fascinating and complex connection between cholesterol and another formidable adversary: Alzheimer's disease.
After Hurricane Ian last year, we introduced you to Stan and Mary. Stan and Mary lived in a high-rise in Florida when the hurricane hit. Although they were in an evacuation zone, everyone thought they would be safe because the staff in their building was top-notch, plus it was built to withstand hurricane-force winds. However, what they and most people did not consider is what would happen if the power went out for long periods of time? What would happen if staff could not make it to the building due to storm damage? As an adult child, it is essential for you to proactively prepare for potential disasters like hurricanes, heat waves, flooding and blizzards. This is especially true if you have recently noticed a parent or loved one displaying dementia-like symptoms. Here are five real-life situations for you to consider when preparing for any natural disaster.
This month we are thrilled to introduce you to Sherry and highlight the significance of the right staff in a memory care community. Sherry's journey exemplifies the importance of finding a community that not only provides a comfortable living environment but also ensures compassionate care for individuals with cognitive decline.
As our population ages, an increasing number of older adults find themselves making decisions about their future independently, without the support of adult children or close relatives. This experience, known as solo aging, is becoming more prevalent in society.