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Assisted living 7 Questions You're Afraid to Ask About Assisted Living

Almost 90 percent of seniors say they want to age in place, remaining in their homes for as long as possible. So the transition to assisted living can feel like a thwarted dream. Many seniors cite moving out of their homes as a primary fear of getting older. Early experiences with aging loved ones, myths about “homes,” and a fear of the unfamiliar all color senior perceptions of assisted living.

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Assisted living How Assisted Living Is Different at Arbor Terrace

Envision your ideal retirement. Whether this portrait includes vineyards and wine, curling up in a chair with a cat and a good book, or traveling the world and skydiving, it probably didn’t include health problems. When you struggle with tasks of daily living, worry about the safety of living at home, or face a serious diagnosis, it can feel like the end of your dreams. Assisted living offers a viable option for meeting your health needs while still living out your retirement plans.

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Dementia Care, Dementia Resources, Dementia Care FAQs Tips for Transitioning a Loved One to Dementia Care Near Marietta, GA

When your loved one receives a diagnosis of dementia, it is shocking and heartbreaking for everyone. However, early diagnosis techniques have been instrumental in giving family members the opportunity to plan for their future alongside their loved one. Because dementia is a progressive disease, planning for the future includes financial, safety, and quality of life considerations.

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Dementia Care The Cost of Dementia Care in East Cobb, GA

Dementia care in East Cobb, Georgia, can be life-changing. You or your loved one will live in a safe, supportive community with access to amenities that can support your memory and help you feel connected to loved ones. Yet many families avoid seeking help because of concerns about the cost of dementia care. It’s true that dementia care is an intensive type of senior living, but the cost of dementia care is lower than you might think — especially when compared with the costs of in-home care, or of doing nothing.

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Senior Living Options How to Find the Best Options for Assisted Living in Marietta, GA

Located just 15 miles from Atlanta, Marietta’s suburban appeal and affordable cost of living have made the community a popular retirement destination in recent years. Narrowing down assisted living options in Marietta is a good starting point for seniors who want to make their homes here.

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Assisted living When Is the Right Time to Move to Assisted Living in Marietta, GA?

If you’ve ever wondered if senior living could be the best option for you or your aging loved one, you aren’t alone. Senior living communities are in nearly every town, and there are many benefits to choosing to retire among peers. However, it can still be a difficult decision to make when it means moving out of a long-beloved home and neighborhood.

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East Cobb, Community News Pianist Performs at Arbor Terrace of East Cobb

There’s something special about watching a talented young person perform live music right in front of your eyes. Just ask the residents of Arbor Terrace of East Cobb. They were treated to a performance Sept. 15 by Michael Solomon, a pianist, composer and high school senior from Marietta, Ga.

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East Cobb, Community News Rose Berman's 98th Birthday

Join us in celebrating the 98th birthday of Rose Berman, a resident of Arbor Terrace of East Cobb!

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East Cobb, Community News A Model Citizen Turns 96

Finding ways to connect with residents in meaningful ways is critical during these times, which mean birthdays are even more special at Arbor Terrace East Cobb. The July 30th celebration for Ruth Wilson, was one for the record books.

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Senior Aging & Health What You Should Know About the Georgia Division of Aging Services

The senior population of Georgia is growing more quickly than that of other age groups, and by 2030 will comprise 20 percent of the state’s population. Between 2000 and 2010, the number of people age 65 or older living in metropolitan Atlanta ballooned by 44 percent. The state has greatly expanded its infrastructure of senior services to ensure that seniors get the care and support they need.

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