Spring inspires us to start anew, to do something different, to make a change, to believe that we can grow and improve. What better time of year to introduce some new growth!
Social isolation is the objective lack of social network and meaningful, supportive relationships. We counsel many older adults and their families about finding the right living situation that invests in a relationship-rich lifestyle to enable an experience of well-being.
Providing seniors with Harvard Healthy Entrée choices is another way Laureate Group Senior Communities empowers seniors to be independent and make positive decisions for themselves.
A well-balanced diet is an important part of healthy aging. But during the winter season, energy levels often decrease. This causes unhealthy habits to increase. Fortunately, habits can be broken. Here are a few tips to understanding the importance of winter nutrition for seniors.
Farm-to-table means chefs or cooks establish relationships with farms and buy directly from them, without going through a store, market, or distributor along the way. However, is farm-to-table the best approach for all senior living communities?