Tag «Assisted Living»

How to Choose Assisted Living for Someone with Disabilities

Here’s a startling statistic: by 2020, the number of seniors is projected to outnumber children worldwide. By 2050, one-fifth of the total U.S. population will be 65+. Those 85 or older will be the fastest-growing segment over the next few decades. For many elders, life on a day-to-day basis is challenging. More than half of …

The Plaza at Clover Lake Assisted Living Facility in Carmel, NY

Imagine living in lush grandeur, with acres of beautiful gardens that someone else lovingly tends for you — even your own private lake! You’ve just described The Plaza at Clover Lake, a deluxe senior living community that offers both independent and assisted living with superb quality of life. Located on 135 acres in scenic Carmel, …

Assisted Living Options for Low Income Elders

Finding assisted living on a limited income can be challenging — but for many seniors, the definition of “low income” is itself perplexing. What determines whether someone qualifies? Defining income levels According to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), as of 2015 the low-income limit is “80 percent of the median income …

Top 10 Assisted Living Facilities in New Jersey

Bruce Springsteen gave this state one bad rap when he crooned “we gotta get out while we’re young”! He may not be entirely wrong though Springsteen can certainly choose to retire anywhere. Basically, the average American retiree will find New Jersey an expensive and tax burdened state. That means, the many assisted living facilities in …

White Pine Senior Living Facility in Fridley, Minnesota (MN) Reviews, Pricing & More

Senior living doesn’t have to cost an arm and a leg, and affordability in the form of a set cost is one factor that attracts families to Fridley’s White Pine Senior Living residence. Offering both assisted living and memory care, White Pine eschews the nonrefundable assessment or application fee many other assisted living and memory …

Dementia, Alzheimer’s, Memory Loss… What’s the Difference?

People tend to use “Alzheimer’s” as a catchall term for memory loss in older adults, but Alzheimer’s disease (AD), first identified by neuropathologist Aloysius Alzheimer in 1901, is only one form of dementia. Dementia is the umbrella category of brain diseases that cause a gradual decline in the ability to think, remember, and function day-to-day. …

Top 10 Assisted Living Facilities in New Hampshire

Thinking about retiring to New Hampshire? Well, the upside is that it has just been chosen the best state to retire to in 2017. It offers the best possible benefits in both financial and lifestyle categories that attract retirees. A low cost of living, good healthcare quality, low crime, plenty of cultural vitality make it an …

Top 10 Assisted Living Facilities in Nevada

Nevada is a low-tax paradise with no tax on income, social security or retirement exemptions so naturally, it becomes a haven for retirees with limited means. There are no taxes on estate or inheritance either. This state is also a boon for those looking for arid, dry and sunny climates and of course, a bit …

Assisted Living for Veterans: Benefits You Didn’t Know Existed

  Veterans give their all in the service, yet may find it challenging to resume their civilian lives, especially if they suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Reintegrating into the community can be a long, hard road. Vets face an additional hurdle if they need to move into an assisted living facility (ALF): the high …

Aster Retirement Community of Marshfield: Five-Star Senior Living

If you’re looking to retire in style, Aster Retirement Community of Marshfield is an excellent choice. Housed in the historic Purdy Building, a renovated schoolhouse, Aster combines elegance and tradition with contemporary senior living. Fifty-three assisted living suites are situated in a comfortable neighborhood setting, with manicured flowerbeds, a cozy parlor, bright sunroom, and a …

Assisted Living with Pets: A Doggone Purrrfect Match!

Seniors who have pets may think of Fluffy or Fido as another grandchild, and treat their cat or dog accordingly. So while a move to assisted living may be warranted in terms of health or mobility, they may balk if it means saying farewell to their beloved canine or feline friend. Unless they can make …

Top 10 Assisted Living Facilities in Iowa

Love the changing seasons? Iowa might just be the perfect place for you to spend your latter days of life in, for when it comes to weather, Iowa enjoys all four seasons and each come splendidly dressed in natural beauty. Iowa is also considered a safe state and its low crime rate that’s below the …