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Forming Intergenerational Relationships: Why It’s Beneficial for Seniors & Tomorrow's Youth

They say “with age comes wisdom,” but the youth of today can provide many benefits to seniors. It’s time to start building an intergenerational relationship — whether it’s with your grandkids or community members. Volunteering your time to younger generations can be truly rewarding.

Capital Senior Living Offers Rewarding Careers and a Rich Workplace Culture

At Capital Senior Living, we’re committed to providing our employees with rewarding career paths and a desirable work environment. We know that without our employees, we wouldn’t be able to provide the quality care that makes us such a comprehensive senior living choice.

Embark on a Virtual Tour of Capital Senior Living Communities Across the Country

Choosing a senior living community is an important decision that requires a great deal of thought and planning. It’s essential to select a community that not only caters to your unique health needs but also enables you to participate in your favorite pastimes and hobbies. Whether you’re looking for a new home in Connecticut or Texas, Illinois or Arizona, rest assured that there’s a Capital Senior Living community near you that can help you live life to the fullest.

Honor National Nurses Week With A Heart-Felt Thank You

Residents and their loved ones have come to know and trust the licensed nurses that are in many of our communities. Whether providing medication administration or medication management around a particular condition or conducting personal care assessments and tailoring care plans to individual needs, these courteous professionals in our communities deliver the quality of care our seniors desire and deserve.

Transition Together! Moving With A Partner Is Often Easier Than Making The Switch Solo

If your partner requires more care than he or she used to and has decided to move into one of our senior living communities, consider making the transition with them. Even if you don’t require any of our thoughtful Assisted Living or Memory Care services like shower assistance and early or mild dementia care, you can still enjoy our communities’ accommodations and convenient services, which may include nutritional counseling and exercise programs.

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