Community News The Arbor at BridgeMill Awarded Caring Star
We're proud to share that we've been recognized as a Caring Star for 2023! Caring.com awards Caring Stars based on ratings and reviews to determine the best in senior living. Their database of resources and reviews are valuable to families and their loved ones who are looking for top-rated senior living communities in the Canton, Georgia area.
Senior living The Arbor at BridgeMill is a Best of Georgia® Regional Winner in Senior & Assisted Living Categories
The votes have been counted and The Arbor at BridgeMill is proud to be selected as the 2021 Best of Georgia regional winner in Georgia Business Journal’s annual readers’ poll.
Independent living How to Find the Best Independent Senior Living in Canton, GA
What does your dream retirement look like? Do you want to garden, fish, and bask in the splendor of nature? Or are shopping, fine dining, and an active cultural life more your style? No matter how you hope to spend your next chapter, Canton, Georgia, offers a vibrant, affordable community with lush green space and convenient access to the cultural hub that is Atlanta. Independent living in Canton can help you make the most of life in this evolving, growing city.
Activities for Seniors 3 Modified Exercises for Senior Citizens with Limited Mobility
Limited mobility and senior citizenship do not necessarily go hand in hand. But when they do, exercising to achieve and maintain fitness and health can be a major challenge. Modified exercises for senior citizens allow almost anyone to achieve a level of fitness that provides meaningful health benefits.
Dementia, Dementia Care, Dementia Resources Dementia Care Resources in Canton, GA
When people hear “dementia,” they often think “Alzheimer’s disease.” But Alzheimer’s is only one type of dementia. According to the Alzheimer’s Association, dementia is a term used to describe a number of conditions marked by memory loss, as well as a decline in language and problem-solving skills that support a person’s quality of life. Adult children of seniors need to be on the lookout for signs of dementia. Do your parents pause or seem lost in the middle of conversations? Are they paying bills late, or not at all? Have they stopped bathing regularly or keeping their home clean? If you live in or near Canton, Georgia, there’s a variety of dementia care resources available for you and your loved ones.
Active Senior Living [Infographic] The Ultimate Guide to an Active Senior Lifestyle in Canton, Georgia
Over the past decade, the lush greenery, ample hunting and fishing, and increasing access to modern conveniences in Canton have fueled a population explosion. Cherokee County is now the fastest growing county in the greater metro Atlanta region. With more than 15 percent of Canton’s population 50 or older, this region is an ideal retirement spot, with plenty of opportunities to make new friends and foster nascent romances. An active senior lifestyle in Canton, Georgia, awaits! Just 40 miles north of Atlanta, Canton offers residents the perfect mix of rural charm and urban hustle. What does this mean for seniors? There’s plenty to do and many people with whom to share the experiences.
Two generations ago, Canton, Georgia, was a rural agrarian city. Today, it retains its nature-loving roots, and you’ll find plenty of horses, goats, and farms. The city has grown by leaps and bounds, making it the ideal home for people who want a little bit of country life in the city — or for couples facing the classic Green Acres-style dilemma of one partner craving city life and fine dining while the other just wants some pastoral peace and quiet. From 2000-2010, Canton’s population more than tripled. All that activity has ushered in new options for senior living in Canton, including The Arbor at BridgeMill. Senior living in Canton falls into three general categories: independent living, assisted living, and dementia care. If you’re weighing your options, here’s how to choose which type of community is right for you.
Retiring seniors enter a new phase in their lives. They don’t have to go to work every day, their kids are grown, and they are looking for ways to fill their time. The home where they raised their family may be too big for them now and may require too much effort and cost to maintain. If this describes you, you may be ready for a move to an independent living community. Here’s what you need to know if you are looking for independent living in Cherokee County.