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Articles to Help Families and Older Adults Manage the Challenges of Aging
What Does Conscious Aging Mean Today

What Does Conscious Aging Mean Today?

With 10,000 baby boomers retiring each day, there is an increasing number actively pursuing “life after retirement.” Some are embarking on a second career, others community service, and others are resuming activism of their youth. However, all are seeking a way to remain relevant. This concept has been referred to as Conscious Eldering or Conscious Aging. What does Conscious Aging mean today?

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How Therapy Animals Can Help in Senior Living

How Therapy Animals Can Help in Senior Living

For seniors, the companionship that a dog or cat can provide is obvious. There is nothing like returning home to a joyful welcome that you get from a dog or cat that says you are the best person in the world! As you age, there are far less opportunities for this type of approval.

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Walking Tips to Maximize Your Efforts

Walking Tips to Maximize Your Fitness Efforts

Walking is a low impact and gentle way of ensuring you stay strong and independent longer. These 5 walking tips to maximize your efforts will help you get the most out of your experience, such as improved balance and posture, plus bragging rights about the amount of steps you get in each day!

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How COVID-19 is Changing Senior Living

How COVID-19 is Changing Senior Living

From Beth Anderson, Executive Vice President of Laureate Group Senior Communities: The COVID-19 virus has taken all of us on quite a journey. This is the first time I’ve been on a journey like this, and it’s been a learning experience watching how COVID-19 is changing senior living.

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Laureate Group Senior Communities in Milwaukee, WI

Achieving a Senior Living Milestone

A milestone in the senior living industry has happened, and we want you to be part of it. Discover how Laureate Group Senior Communities is celebrating such a remarkable accomplishment for a locally owned company.

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