Learning Resources

Facing the Facts with a Challenging Parent

Facing the Facts with a Challenging Parent

March 26, 2020
Let’s face it: There aren’t many parents who ever feel ready to make the move to a senior living community. Here are some tips to make that conversation easier.
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How to Support a Spouse with <br/> Parkinson's Disease

How to Support a Spouse with
Parkinson's Disease

March 10, 2020
Living with Parkinson's disease is possible for you and your spouse. Learn how you can manage and care for one another.
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How to Help Your Aging Parent from Out of State

How to Help Your Aging Parent from Out of State

December 26, 2019
If you plan ahead, gathering your parents’ important health and legal information and thoroughly researching the resources in their community, you’ll be a big help to your parents as they age, even if you live out of state.
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Factors to Consider when Thinking about Relocating Closer to Your Children

Factors to Consider when Thinking about Relocating Closer to Your Children

November 28, 2019
Is relocating to be closer to adult children a smart choice? For some, yes, and for others, no. Consider the right factors and you’ll land on the answer that’s right for you.
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5 Ways to Improve Communication with a Parent Who Has Dementia

5 Ways to Improve Communication with a Parent Who Has Dementia

October 29, 2019
Communicating with a parent who has dementia is hard and frustrating, for both of you! Here are tips for lessening your communication struggles.
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What Are Independent Living Communities?

What Are Independent Living Communities?

October 3, 2019
Independent living communities are designed to help you keep your independence and "age in place" for as long as possible, and yet give you access to extra services when the time comes that you want them.
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A Conversation Both You and Your Aging Parent Will Enjoy

A Conversation Both You and Your Aging Parent Will Enjoy

August 27, 2019
Making the effort to plan fun and stimulating conversations with your aging parent is important. It will deepen your understanding, and it will enhance your parent’s physical and emotional health.
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The Hidden Benefits of Assisted Living

The Hidden Benefits of Assisted Living

July 25, 2019
Wif, a resident of Danbury Wooster and his son, Jamie, help us to see some of the hidden benefits of the assisted living experience.
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Options for Downsizing after Retirement

Options for Downsizing after Retirement

April 18, 2019
After retirement, what will downsizing look like for you? Consider the options and make plans that best fit your needs. Simplifying your life and having more time to enjoy your favorite things may be easier than you think.
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What to Do When Siblings Won't Help an Aging Parent

What to Do When Siblings Won't Help an Aging Parent

March 14, 2019
Making decisions among siblings about how to meet the needs of an aging parent is hard. Danbury Senior Living shares ideas for handling some of the struggles that come when trying to share caregiving roles and responsibilities.
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How to Help an Aging Parent with Depression

How to Help an Aging Parent with Depression

January 22, 2019
It's easy to understand how an aging parent can become depressed, but it's hard to know how to help. Here are tips for assessing your parent's needs and finding ways to lift that depression.
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New Year's Resolutions for the Recently Retired

New Year's Resolutions for the Recently Retired

January 2, 2019
What does 2019 hold in store for you? Make plans and set goals for your retirement that will make this year the best year yet.
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