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April 11, 2024

With Memory Care, You CAN!

Most of us spend decades chasing the fountain of youth, and no one dreams of the day they can finally move into assisted living. If it comes to memory care, that’s even further from our minds until the time comes when it’s truly necessary. When most people think of memory care or memory loss, the […]

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February 15, 2024

Living Your Best Takes a Team

Think back on the course of your life. You were likely surrounded by a team from the get-go when you were born. Perhaps delivery room teams were smaller years ago than they might be today, but even still, there was a team cheering you on as you entered the world. Fast forward to preschool. Your […]

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February 14, 2024

Senior Living Has Made Positive Shifts

Over 30 years ago, Edgewood Healthcare was founded after CEO and owner Phil Gisi recognized a need for more choices for aging seniors. Most cities could offer skilled nursing or independent senior housing at that time. Unfortunately, these two service models didn’t fit everyone’s needs. The demand for choices laid the groundwork for more than […]

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January 24, 2024

Is Change Keeping You Awake at Night?

The new year is still fresh, and for many folks, it’s time to make changes for improvement. Sometimes, the changes you want to make can keep you awake, wondering how to make them happen and where to begin. It’s so easy to say what we want to change, but putting the steps in place to […]

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January 4, 2024

3 Steps to a Joyful January

January is a fresh start. New beginnings can feel excellent but a little overwhelming, too. The holidays have gone, the year ahead looks busy, and perhaps you need some extra coffee to help you get up and go. If you’re looking for ways to make the first month of a hectic new year a little […]

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December 21, 2023

Keep the Blues Out this Winter!

Winter is here. While the beautiful snowflakes can be a welcome distraction, the lack of sunlight can take a real toll on some folks. As we slowly gain more daylight, it’s important to remember that the darkness may cause more than just a case of the blues for some. Some may experience seasonal depression this […]

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December 6, 2023

Enjoying the Ride from the Passenger Side

No one wants to imagine giving up the keys, and we all wait so anxiously for the privilege that the thought of losing it is scary. What’s even more frightening, though, is driving when it’s unsafe. The CDC tells us that 7,500 older adults were killed in automobile accidents in 2020. We often hear a […]

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October 30, 2023

The Senior Living Scaries

Ever heard of the “Sunday Scaries”? On Sunday nights, anticipating the busy week ahead at work and returning to the grind can bring about anxiety for some. It can even cause insomnia. What about the “Senior Living Scaries”? If you’ve never heard of that, it’s an even bigger case of the willies and involves, you […]

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September 29, 2023

5 Ways to Get Ready…For the Golden Years

Having an idea of how and where you want to spend your retirement or the years soon after is beneficial. Here are a few thoughts to put you ahead of the game so you’re ready for whatever life might hand you: 1. Review Your Benefits Get your insurance or Medicare in order and sign up […]

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September 18, 2023

Honoring World Alzheimer’s Month

This past spring/summer, we featured a 5-part blog series to honor the Longest Day. The Longest Day takes place on the summer solstice. It’s an initiative by the Alzheimer’s Association to raise awareness and funds in the fight against Alzheimer’s disease. Our blog series discussed the grief stages as they apply to Alzheimer’s disease. Grief […]

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