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National Safety Month is Here. Are You and Your Senior Prepared?

June is National Safety Month. From your home to your lifestyle, there are a number of ways seniors and their loved ones can be safer. Here are some tips and things to think about.

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Holiday Crafts and Décor That Will Help Seniors Spread Joy This Season

Bring cheer to an already jubilant season. From constructing thankful trees to making use out of burned out bulbs, these holiday crafts for seniors will make the perfect seasonal décor. Here are some ideas that are sure to make your apartment and senior living community a little merrier and brighter.

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Holiday Hope: Tips For Seniors Shopping on Black Friday

The season of giving is upon us, and so are the Black Friday sales. Whether shopping for the grandkids or getting a gift for yourself, the day after Thanksgiving is a great time to get all of your holiday shopping done. Or is it? Here are some tips for finding the best deals – and best times to get out and bargain hunt.

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Seniors Can Reduce the Risk of Catching the Flu With a Shot and These Preventative Measures

Flu shots are just one of the many ways to avoid catching the virus this season. Our communities are committed to educating our residents on the signs of influenza and preventative actions that can be taken to prevent outbreaks. Here’s everything you need to know.

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Sounds Just Like the Classics: Modern Music Comparisons for Seniors

The music of yesteryear will always be around, but what tunes from this decade will you appreciate and be able to share with your grandkids? Enjoy some of today’s modern artists that could evoke some old memories or even create new ones.

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