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Assisted Living Today Weekly Roundup

We’re two weeks into the New Year–have you been sticking with your resolutions? According to StatisticBrain, nearly half of all Americans (45%) make resolutions and only about 8% successfully live those resolutions. But just two weeks in, about 71% are still working at them! You can do it! Here at Assisted Living Today, we resolve …

Assisted Living Today’s Weekly Roundup

For many, the holidays bring back memories of waiting for Santa as a child; sitting by the window or fireplace, wondering what treasures he might bring. Do you cherish memories of family gatherings? Did you re-hash celebrations of years past? Eat turkey or cookies or both to excess with friends or family around the table? …

Assisted Living Today Weekly Roundup

It’s been a long and difficult week to be reading news headlines, which makes it impossible to go on without acknowledging our friends in Newtown, CT. All the love, strength and peace in our hearts goes to you. May you find it in the days to come. Wishing all of our readers a humble and …

Assisted Living Today’s Weekly Roundup

With black Friday and cyber Monday just past, you may have been spending a lot of time online shopping for the holidays. Do you brave the stores or stay in your pajamas with a steaming cup of coffee to shop online? Here at Assisted Living Today, we’ve stayed away from the shops, and kept to …

Assisted Living Today’s Weekly Roundup

Happy Thanksgiving! By now, maybe you’ve loosened your belt buckle or switched to the elastic waistbands. We hope you all had reasons to give thanks, friends or family around the table and a hearty Thanksgiving meal to enjoy. Here at Assisted Living Today, we’ve come out of our tryptophan coma to search the web for …

Assisted Living Today’s Weekly Roundup

This past week was one for the history books: the re-election of President Barak Obama and the Dow’s 313-point plunge. Look to hear more about the Affordable Care Act, Dodd-Frank and how we’ll wade through the post-election divide. One thing we’d likely all vote yes on: hurrah to no more political ads! Here at Assisted …

Assisted Living Today’s Weekly Roundup

It seems all eyes were pointed East, as the nation watched Superstorm Sandy bear down on the Eastern coast. In its wake, millions without power, tremendous loss of property, loss of life and rescues up and down the coast. Naturally, the web was abuzz with storm coverage. Many of the stories in our Weekly Roundup …

Assisted Living Today’s Weekly Roundup

It’s the time of year that everything is pumpkin flavored! From coffee and doughnuts to candles and potpourri, the taste and smell of spiced pumpkin is everywhere. Did you know there are more than 700 types of gourds grown in the world? Chances are you’re seeing a variety in harvest decorations at assisted living facilities, …

Assisted Living Today’s Weekly Roundup

Television airwaves, Facebook statuses, Twitter feeds and online news agencies are heating up with political coverage and opinions as we come closer to election day. No doubt the news will become almost entirely political before too long. In the meantime, there are new developments in health and medicine, technology, and living life as an older …

Assisted Living Today’s Weekly Roundup

Children are likely picking out costumes off the racks or, if they’re creative, cutting and gluing masks or assembling costumes from their parent’s closets! Soon the pumpkins sitting around will become jack-o-lanterns with faces carved to elicit smiles or shrieks. It’s a ghoulish time of year. Here at Assisted Living Today, we’ve scoured the headlines …

Assisted Living Today’s Weekly Roundup

Fall is here. The leaves are beginning to change and the air is crisp (unless of course you’re living in the south and enjoying a late season heat wave!) Pumpkins and mums are beginning to decorate landscapes and apples are ripe for the picking. Before long we’ll be counting down the days till Thanksgiving. But …

Assisted Living Today’s Weekly Roundup

As we look back and remember that fateful day in September, we remember those who have lost their lives in the 9/11 attacks and those who have fallen protecting our freedoms. We also honor those who have pledged to continue fighting to keep us safe. To all the veterans and current military men and women, …

Assisted Living Today’s Weekly Roundup

Labor Day has come and gone, signifying the unofficial end to summer. Many of us enjoyed the extended weekend with picnics surrounded by family and friends as we say goodbye to the sweltering heat and begin anticipating the cooler days of September. Football season is full force and the political arena is heating up. We …

Assisted Living Today’s Week in Review

The Holiday Season is in full swing.  This week marked the beginning of the Hanukkah celebration with the first three candles having been lit and the fourth to be lit on Friday night.  Christmas is just a few days away and last minute shoppers are still searching for that perfect gift.  Regardless of your faith …

Assisted Living Today’s Week in Review

Have you been enjoying the festivities of the season?  Many schools are performing their annual winter shows with resounding choruses of “Let it Snow” and instrumental versions of “Jingle Bells.” Proud parents and even prouder grandparents beam with pride as their little angels shine on stage. Or, perhaps you’re showing off your talents, joining the …

Assisted Living Today’s Week in Review

In many parts of the county the unseasonably warm temperatures, much to everyone’s dismay, have finally been replaced with more typical December weather.  Plow trucks are up and running in much of the north, while snow birds in the south continue to enjoy the mild temperatures.  It’s the time of year to be weary of …

Assisted Living Today’s Week in Review

December is officially upon us.  The countdown has begun and the shops and malls are bustling.  Most of us have finally recovered from the Turkey Coma and Black Friday madness.  At Assisted Living Today are dedicated to bringing you some of the most up-to-day info in senior news, so check back often to see the …