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During the pandemic, we have all spent more time in our houses, often alone and feeling isolated. Among the many lessons from this experience is a new perspective on our living arrangements. We need to spend less time taking care of our surroundings and more time tending to our spiritual well-being.
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.
Besides the fun factor, there are reasons as to why Laureate Group Senior Communities encourages dance classes. The new, insightful research examines the beneficial effects of dancing to determine whether dancing can improve brain health in older adults. Here are the results.
Most people consider it a privilege to care for a loved one in their time of need. But if a family member decides to critique how the caregiver is performing the role, these new comments and increased concern for their loved one opens the door to conflict. What are some communication tips for caregivers when confronting family members?
Residential Care Apartment Complexes (RCAC) and Community Based Residential Facilities (CBRF) are assisted living services. What are the differences and similarities?