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Things To Consider When Moving In The Heat To Assisted Living
Things to Consider When Moving in the Heat to Assisted Living
Assisted Living, Moving into Assisted Living

Things to Consider When Moving in the Heat to Assisted Living

Assisted Living Five Forks SC-It’s essential to make sure our elderly loved ones are safe during these summer months and even for somebody who is planning to move into assisted living, there can be easily overlooked risks.
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Summer Safety
Summer Safety
Company News & Announcements

Summer Safety

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Summer is here which means more options for time outdoors. Time spent outdoors can improve overall health and wellness offering many opportunities to be physically active. It helps reduce stress levels and can help promote mental health. While the outdoors has a great deal of benefits, it is still important to take precautions as temperatures rise and opportunities for sun exposure increase.

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Should You Consider Oral Antivirals To Treat COVID-19?
Should You Consider Oral Antivirals to Treat COVID-19?
Company News & Announcements, Coronavirus/COVID-19

Should You Consider Oral Antivirals to Treat COVID-19?

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Two oral antiviral treatments for COVID-19 are now available with a healthcare professional’s prescription. The treatments Paxlovid, by Pfizer, and Lagevrio, by Merck, both have an Emergency Use Authorization from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to help your body fight COVID-19. These oral antiviral treatments help to stop the SARS-CoV-2 virus (the virus that causes COVID-19) from multiplying in your body. This helps to lower the amount of the virus that is in your body which can result in less serious symptoms and may lower the chances of getting worse and/or needing hospitalization.

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Why Should A Senior Choose To Spend Nights At An Assisted Living Facility
Why Should a Senior Choose to Spend Nights at an Assisted Living Facility
Assisted Living, Benefits of Assisted Living

Why Should a Senior Choose to Spend Nights at an Assisted Living Facility

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Donald never imagined he would be at an assisted living facility. He simply didn’t see the reason, not at his age, because of the fact that he owned his house and he could come and go as he pleased. Donald, like so many other seniors, had a number of misconceptions about elderly care at assisted living, including what it was, what it offered, and the freedom and independence residents still have when they live there.

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Assisted Living May Offer A Short-Term Solution For Anxiety At Home
Assisted Living May Offer a Short-Term Solution for Anxiety at Home
Assisted Living, Choosing Assisted Living

Assisted Living May Offer a Short-Term Solution for Anxiety at Home

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May is National Mental Health Month and for many seniors — including adults of all ages in the United States — anxiety is a very real concern. It can be so debilitating that an elderly person may no longer go outside, they start to fear visitors or phone calls, and essentially shut down. This might not fully describe your elderly mother or father, spouse, or other loved one at this stage in their life, but they may be on their way. In the meantime, home care is a topic to discuss. Many people assume the best option for everyone is to remain home, but that may not always be the case, especially when anxiety and stress are building. For those individuals, assisted living facilities could very well be a great short-term solution.

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How To Help Your Senior Decide On The Best Elder Care Support
How to Help Your Senior Decide on the Best Elder Care Support
Assisted Living, Choosing Assisted Living

How to Help Your Senior Decide on the Best Elder Care Support

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Your father has been struggling ever since your mother passed away. His health has been in decline, his physical abilities are diminishing, and you have been doing the best you can to support him, but you can’t keep up this pace for long. You need some type of elder care support he can agree to.

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