Kids are heading back to school and fall fashions are starting to hit the stores, but we’re not out of the hot days of summer just yet. Summer is a great time to get outside to cook out or watch the grandkids play baseball. While we enjoy these events, it’s important to keep our bodies healthy by staying properly hydrated.Read More…
We recently had the opportunity to sit down with our client, Evalyn. Her kind words were too nice not to share. She is a prime example of our vision to make home the best place to live.
Father’s Day is when we honor and spoil our dads to thank them for all that they’ve done for us. As our fathers age, it can become tougher to think of ways to honor a guy who has everything thing he needs. Here are a few suggestions. Hopefully there’s something that you and the special guy in your life will enjoy.
Valentine’s Day is a day for celebrating love. We often focus on our significant others on this holiday, but don’t forget other loved ones too. It’s a great occasion to show your love for all family and friends. This includes the senior loved ones in your life.
The holiday season is upon us. In song, it may be considered the “most wonderful time of the year,” but for many the holiday season can also be quite stressful. This is especially true for family caregivers. Planning for the holidays (and getting in the holiday spirit) can be a challenge.
The cool weather and changing leaves make it a great time to get out and enjoy the fall before the busyness of the holiday season kicks in. We found some fun activities that St. Louis seniors might enjoy checking out with friends and family.
Flu season is approaching, which makes now the best time to get your flu shot. The flu shot is the best way to prevent getting sick but takes two weeks to begin protecting, so it’s good to act early.
As is often the case, the summer seems to be flying by. August is a great chance to fit in some fun before fall arrives and grandkids head back to school. We’ve found some August outings for seniors and their loved ones to check out.
July 11 is National Cheer Up the Lonely Day. Loneliness is a common issue for seniors that can luckily be overcome with a little effort. Studies have shown that loneliness and isolation can lead to greater risk of mental and physical decline, so it’s important to stay socially active and connected as we age.