Older adults often desire to “age in place,” remaining in their homes until end of life. However, many overlook the physical, medical and emotional costs of aging in place, says Brandt Ross, a resident at an Arbor Company senior living community.
When you begin to explore senior living options in your area, it’s easy to become overwhelmed. Though the sheer volume of choices available to older adults today can be confusing, seniors are fortunate to have a multitude of solutions readily available to meet their needs and challenges. Decades ago, senior living communities were not as diverse or focused on maintaining wellness.
No one likes to move. When you consider all of the furniture, cherished keepsakes, and accumulations over a lifetime, you have to wonder what to do with all that stuff! Downsizing your possessions and beginning the transition to senior living is the topic of the next Senior Living Live webinar.
Dads in Arbor Company communities received extra special treatment on Father’s Day, Sunday, June 21. Team members in each community planned special events, meals, treats, and activities in honor of those residents who are fathers.
Visiting the doctor for guidance regarding a chronic condition or an annual checkup is a foundational component of good health. However, the global coronavirus pandemic has made a simple trip to a medical office seem more hazardous. Fortunately, adults across America have the option to still get the medical attention they need without having to take any of the risks that may result from leaving their homes, thanks to telehealth.