From occasions to socialize with others, life-long learning opportunities, exercise programs, healthy meals, and much more, CCRCs offer seniors numerous wellness advantages.
To help make the CCRC decision process a little easier and more manageable, we have simplified the sometimes-overwhelming list of deciding factors into six key areas that consumers should evaluate when considering a CCRC.
How can seniors overcome the obstacles they associate with actually packing up all of their worldly possessions and moving to a CCRC?
Encouraging Mom and Dad to keep hearts healthy will benefit them in many ways, from preventing bone loss to reducing the risk of diseases associated with aging. Luckily, senior living communities typically offer exercise and wellness programs that support healthy heart function.
Save yourself a little time—and wasted energy—by avoiding these 4 mistakes that people commonly make when searching for assisted living communities.
It’s a fact: People celebrate more birthdays now than ever before. According to data from the National Institute on Aging (NIA), by 2050 there could be as many as one million individuals living in the U.S. who are 100 years old or older. Want to be one of them?
In January 2019, Mather LifeWays Institute on Aging and Northwestern University released the first-year results of their Age Well Study. This five-year study, considered the most extensive longitudinal research to date, evaluates the health and well-being of residents at Life Plan Communities compared with older adults who live in the community at large.