You have been working your entire life to create your ideal retirement. However, now that you have started this new chapter or as you approach it, it is possible to realize you may have underestimated the amount of money you need to maintain your retirement lifestyle.
During your assisted living research, you have likely come across the phrase activities of daily living, also referred to as ADLs. Or IADLS for instrumental activities of daily living. While you probably have a general idea of what these phrases mean, you may not fully understand how they relate to assisted living services and care.
Chronic pain is classified as pain that lasts or persists for more than three to six months past the average healing time. According to the International Association for the Study of Pain, “chronic pain is a frequent condition, affecting an estimated 20% of people worldwide and accounting for 15% to 20% of physician visits.”
Your retirement years are a time to relax and enjoy the lifestyle you have worked hard to create. You should spend your days doing what you want to do, but the big question is, how do you make it happen? Starting from a young age, you have likely been thinking about your ideal retirement, but […]
Imagine leading a lifestyle where you are free to do whatever you want at the drop of a hat. If you choose to move into a resort-style senior living community, this could be you.
Throughout our lives, we acquire a lot of stuff. Between buying, receiving, inheriting, and saving, our homes fill up with things that we tell ourselves we need. However, more often than not, many of these items get packed away in a closet and forgotten about, leading to questions like, “When did we get this?”
While the initial shock of the COVID-19 pandemic is over, we are still learning how to deal with the aftermath of the outbreak. Life may look different, but we are slowly finding our way back and discovering new things along the way.
There are many misconceptions surrounding senior housing and the senior living industry, and many of these myths focus on the food and dining options. There is still a preconceived notion that senior communities only offer cafeteria-style dining with unappetizing menu options. False!