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Three Fun Ways to Stay Active in Oxford

September 7th, 2017

Now you don’t have to be worried about not being able to stay fit. Our community has a wide variety of activities and resources that can keep you active while you stay with us. Here are three ways to stay active in Oxford (Waterstone).

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Why Independence Village of Petoskey is Right for You

August 17th, 2017

There are plenty of benefits to living at Independence Village, but mix it with the beauty of Petoskey, Michigan and it becomes something more. When five-star care meets an American landmark, everyday feels like a postcard. Find out why Independence Village of Petoskey is right for you.

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Is at Home Care Right for You and Your Loved One?

August 9th, 2017

Have you recently thought about getting extra daily assistance for a loved one? This subject alone may be hard to bring up. Avoid caregiver burnout and make it easier by knowing and understanding your options. The decision you have to make is between home care and a senior living community. Both have individual benefits depending on their preferred lifestyle.

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Staying Active After Age 55

July 25th, 2017

You don’t have to be lifting weights at the gym to be an active person. Simply getting your body moving every day is great for your health. If you want to get into physical activity, but don’t know where to start, try these helpful tips.

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Personalized Senior Living: Services Designed for Your Parent

July 17th, 2017

With so many diverse senior care options, it is sometimes difficult finding the right choice for your parent or loved one. Because senior living services range from minimal assistance all the way to full, comprehensive care, it’s essential that your parent is placed into the right community. Here’s a brief breakdown of some care types to help you make your decision.

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Placing a Parent in Memory Care: When is the Right Time?

July 8th, 2017

As the signs of memory loss begin to appear in your parent or loved one, you may be tempted to search for in-home care options. While care at home is possible for seniors experiencing dementia or alzheimers, it sometimes is not comprehensive enough to meet all his or her needs. Here are six signs that it may be time to move your parent into a memory care community.  

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