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Brain Interconnection

Exercising Your Brain: Top Ways to Improve Your Memory

While we all know that maintaining our physical health is incredibly important, preserving our mental health as we age is just as important. Whether you’re younger or older, you can do many fun and engaging exercises and activities to keep your memory sharp and your brain active.

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Green brier Village

Fun Activities to Do with Your Grandparents

Intergenerational relationships are incredibly unique and valuable for all parties involved. Older adults offer beautiful glances into the past, while children contribute laughter and simplicity to the relationship. No relationship is more treasured than the relationship between grandchildren and grandparents.

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Senior at greenbrier creating art

What to Look for In a Senior Living Community

Choosing a senior living community for your loved one can be overwhelming. There are many factors to consider, like the proximity of activities and amenities, level of care needed, cost of living, and more. And then there’s that nagging fear that you’re making the wrong decision.

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Senior woman looking up at nurse

Should My Parents Still Live at Home?

As you age, watching your parents become less competent with their everyday tasks can be difficult. Luckily, there are warning signs that may indicate the need for a little more care to help them live at home comfortably longer.

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Nursing staff with senior

What is Skilled Nursing?

Choosing the right method of care for an aging parent or loved one can be difficult. With all the types of care out there, from independent living facilities to assisted living, you may be overwhelmed by the idea of choosing the right option.

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COVID-19 guidelines

Following COVID-19 Guidelines at Senior Facilities

Just about the only thing that has been consistent about this year is the unexpected changes. There is no denying the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has changed the landscape of our world in 2020. Everything from the way we work, dine, socialize, spend time together, do business, and learn has drastically changed.

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