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Understanding and Coping with Social Isolation

With approximately 27% of older adults living on their own, social isolation is a widespread and common issue. The situation heightened when the coronavirus emerged in March 2020, and the CDC recommended that older adults—a group at a higher risk of contracting the illness—stay home. These guidelines led to nearly 15 million seniors remaining at home and interacting with very few, if any, people.

Is Spring Cleaning a Good Time To Downsize?: Tips for Making a Clean Sweep

It’s that time of year again: warmer weather, fresh blooms, rain showers, and...spring cleaning....

A Collaborative Discussion with Parents and Adult Children About a Move to Senior Living

A healthy, collaborative conversation between aging parents and adult children about senior...

WellAge Medical Director Oversees Rollout of Vaccination Education Efforts

As the Chief Medical Officer of Vivage Senior Living and WellAge Senior Living, Dr. Gregory Gahm...

4 Reasons to Make The Senior Living Decision Sooner Than Later

The idea of moving can be daunting. Some adults are insistent that they are too independent and...

Meet Willowood at Mustang Resident Couple: Kenneth and Nuiko Hartwig

Willowood at Mustang Senior Living residents Kenneth and Nuiko Hartwig have been together for 64...

Meet an Emerald Square Resident Couple: Harry and Betty Wales

Emerald Square Senior Living residents Harry and Betty Wales recently spoke with us about their...

Strategies for Communicating with Loved Ones with Memory Loss

Communicating with a loved one with Alzheimer's or another form of dementia presents challenges...

Committed to Health & Safety: Live Well & Age Well at WellAge Senior Living

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the global community has been turned upside down. Both individuals...

WellAge Senior Living Shares the Mental Benefits of Reading

Whether you are a lifelong lover of books or it is a newly discovered hobby, you are reaping the...