How To Decipher The Language Of Senior Living

It’s hard enough—whether it’s by necessity or for convenience—to make a relocation decision for yourself or a loved one. Emotions run high. The need might be urgent. You searched for a nursing home, but aren’t sure what you found? The language of senior living can feel complicated. And then you encounter the big question: What […]

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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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Keep On Learning—It’s Good For You!

Throughout our lives, we’re teachers and learners. It doesn’t just stop when we reach a certain age. In fact, it often increases when we get older and have more free time. As we celebrate a new year, it’s exciting to think about the new opportunities that await us. Did you know that beyond increasing our […]

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How To Evaluate A Senior Community’s Life Enrichment Program

Have you heard the term life enrichment? It’s used quite a bit these days by parks and recreation departments, senior living communities, and colleges. While it may bring to mind a list of activities, life enrichment isn’t adding things to do to your calendar for the sake of being busy. A well-created life enrichment program […]

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A Wonderful Time Of Year At Beatitudes Campus:
Connecting, Learning, & Giving Back

More than any other time of the year, the holidays feel like they’re made for families, connecting with neighbors and friends, and bringing joy to children. At Beatitudes Campus, you’ll find a big, intergenerational family eager to share friendship and laughter. Throughout the holidays, we host special activities and events that encourage the feeling of […]

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What, Exactly, Is Long-Term Care?

Long-term care is the common phrase used to describe on-going assistance with activities of daily living, such as bathing, dressing, eating, or walking. The need for long-term care can be indefinite, often lasting years. Long-term care may include skilled nursing care, which is typically provided in a nursing facility and involves 24-hour healthcare provided, or […]

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