Senior Living Blog - Health & Wellness

As the coronavirus pandemic keeps us all in quarantine for our health and safety, it is more important than ever to stay engaged for the sake of our mental health and wellbeing. Seniors and their loved ones are now trying many different crafts and other ways to stay in contact that help to ease stress, boredom, depression, and anxiety in these trying times. read more

As the COVID-19 lockdown is projected to continue to varying degrees into 2021, many senior community activities have emerged to keep residents connected and engaged. read more

As the COVID-19 pandemic causes senior living facilities' doors and much of everyday life to close, seniors and their loved ones are finding alternative ways to stay in touch. Older adults are especially vulnerable to the coronavirus, so many communities, nursing homes, and other facilities now bar visitation. read more

The novel (new) form of coronavirus known as COVID-19 has become an indefinite pandemic, with older adults and people with compromised immune systems being the most vulnerable. Some of the biggest and deadliest outbreaks in the United States have occurred in senior living facilities. read more

A transient ischemic attack (TIA) is also commonly known as a mini-stroke because it is a temporary experience of stroke-like symptoms. TIAs also share the same causes as strokes, namely a blockage of blood supply to the brain, and are often a sign that an actual stroke may occur. read more

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