Visitation is now fully opened. You no longer need to schedule visits with our residents. Masks are required and you will need to complete a screening before visiting with residents.
Please see attached "Visitor fact sheet."
Alzheimer’s is one of the most common forms of dementia and affects more than six million Americans. Even though it is very prevalent, there are many misconceptions about the meaning of an Alzheimer’s diagnosis. This stigma can make people living with Alzheimer’s feel lonely and misunderstood. Also, it can contribute to a faster progression of the condition, and lower quality of life. If a senior loved one has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease, or if you doubt that a loved one might be developing symptoms, it is important for both of you to understand that people with the condition can live satisfying lives for many years after the diagnosis. Living with Alzheimer’s is worthwhile, especially with the help and support from friends and family, caregivers, and healthcare professionals. Early Intervention As per many experts in memory care, it is important to consult a healthcare provider if your senior loved one starts to experience memory loss or disorientation. These must be warning signs of the onset of Alzheimer’s disease. Getting a diagnosis and starting treatment in the early stages can let people with Alzheimer’s enjoy life for years after the diagnosis. Early diagnosis can offer patients access to modern treatment that can slow down the progression of the disease and manage the symptoms of the conditions effectively. Apart from early diagnosis and intervention, it is significant to maintain an active lifestyle and seek chances to build interpersonal relationships as these can have a positive impact on the wellbeing of the patient. […]Read More
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder, in short COPD, is a progressive condition for which the scientific world has not come up with a cure yet. It is a condition in which the lungs of the sufferer will be inflamed in a way that can cause obstruction to the airway with mucus production and swelling. Chronic bronchitis and emphysema are two conditions that can lead to COPD. Bronchitis is characterized by frequent coughing and shortness of breath is the most common symptom of emphysema. COPD In Seniors As per many studies conducted in senior assisted living and other senior care facilities, many seniors in the country suffer from COPD. The condition has four stages of progression and the last stage is called advanced COPD or end-stage COPD. If you are caring for a senior loved one with COPD at home, the support you offer, together with medical treatment can help slow down the progression of the condition. COPD – Stages Of Progression The different stages of COPD are based on the ability of the sufferer to breathe with chronic bronchitis and emphysema. A Forced Expiratory Volume test is the main lung function test that is used to assess the disease progression of a patient. The test makes use of equipment to measure the amount of air that the person can release forcefully from his/her lungs in a second. For instance, an FEV1 reading of 36 shows that a patient expelled 36% of the expected volume. These classifications allow a physician to understand […]Read More
It is important to keep yourself healthy at any stage in life, including now, to aid in avoiding or reducing health concerns in the future. Here, Falls Home Assisted Living Facility will discuss some measures to take for good health and address possible health issues before those become problematic. Maintaining Or Adopting Healthy Exercise Habits And Diet These are obvious choices for any person seeking to remain healthy and are among the best possible ways of warding off prevalent health issues. Are you already exercising and eating the way you should? If so, you are a step ahead. Even if there are no good habits in your daily life, it is not too late for you to start. As per the CDC, healthy people aged 65 years and above should spend 150 minutes per week doing a moderately intense aerobic activity at the least, besides muscle-strengthening activity twice weekly. A diet good for health complements an exercise routine that is also healthy. Using the right servings of fruits, vegetables, protein food, dairy and grains will aid you in maximizing your efforts. You can make a meal plan that follows the dietary guidelines of the Department of Agriculture with a tool such as MyPlate. Get Frequent Wellness Checks Another way of staying up to date with any health concern or identifying health issues sooner is to visit your general doctor for frequent physicals or wellness examinations. As per a Journal of Family Medicine and Primary Care study, primary care practitioners are […]Read More