Financial Planning for Seniors

Plan Now for the Future You Want October is National Financial Planning Month, making it a great time to review your long-term planning and financial goals. If you’re not sure where to start, try thinking about what you want for your future. The questions below will help lay the foundation for the type of financial […]

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Myths about Senior Living Communities

Residents give you the facts. Over time, myths and misconceptions can take the place of facts, especially when you’re talking about something that’s unknown or involves change. That often happens with senior living because people tend to think of what communities were like 50 years ago. Today’s communities are working hard to meet the high […]

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Pet-Friendly Senior Living & The Power of Pets

Loving our furry friends makes us healthier. For National Dog Day on August 26, we honor our four-legged friends and their amazing contributions. They calm and comfort, save lives, help those with disabilities and serve in the line of duty alongside law enforcement and military personnel. It’s fitting that cat lovers have their day, too, […]

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Myths about Senior Living in the Age of COVID-19

Are you making decisions based on fact or fiction? Find out as we dispel a few myths about senior living. When you’re trying to decide on the best plan for your future, it’s natural if lingering concerns make you hesitate. What if those concerns are rooted in long-time myths about senior living and misunderstandings? How […]

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Talking to Adult Children About Your Future Care

Broaching the topic of your future care with adult children can be awkward and difficult for both parties. Each may feel a bit of denial about the realities of aging. For the elder loved one, it’s that they are no longer as independent as they’ve always been or considered themselves to be, and for the […]

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A Letter To Our Community

Dear Beatitudes Community of Residents, Staff, Families and Friends, Today, instead of writing to you about mitigating the spread of the coronavirus in Beatitudes Campus, I want to talk to you about the deplorable practice of racism that is gripping our country and dividing us. We have witnessed painful and heartbreaking racist incidents – Ahmaud […]

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Celebrate National Senior Health & Fitness Day By Moving More

Staying Active Offers Big Benefits for Older Adults In honor of National Senior Health and Fitness Day on May 27, we invite you to mix more motion into your routine. Whether you’re learning to exercise for the first time or are a fitness enthusiast, now is a great time to take the next step toward […]

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It’s Your Home: Ensure it Fits How You Really Live
Tips & Tricks for Downsizing

Whatever you call it — downsizing, rightsizing or KonMari — simplifying and organizing your belongings offers tremendous benefits, from financial advantages and less maintenance to energy efficiency and greater happiness. Making your surroundings fit what matters most to you is one of the greatest gifts you can give yourself and your family. But, as we […]

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Memory Care & Support: Our Unique Approach

At Beatitudes Campus, we’re leading the way in memory care and support. But, it hasn’t always been that way. Like so many other places, we took a traditional medical approach focused on organizational goals rather than each individual’s routines and preferences. That all changed in 1997 when a team of caregivers at Beatitudes Campus began […]

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COVID-19: Preparedness At Beatitudes Campus

Dear Beatitudes Family, As the coronavirus (COVID-19) begins to have an impact on our communities, we feel it’s important to share with you more about the steps we’re taking across our campus to do our best to prevent or slow down any potential outbreak in an effort to keep residents, employees and community safe and […]

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