The days of one-size-fits-all “old folks’ homes” are long gone, and good riddance! Seniors have more options than ever when it comes to finding the perfect home.
Jackson Creek hosted a grand opening celebration on Dec. 12 and almost 300 prospective and current residents, partners and business leaders attended.
While you’re probably excited to start a new chapter of life, you may also feel nervous at the thought of leaving a longtime home, downsizing your personal belongings or adjusting to a new routine.
Person-directed and person-centered memory care center a person in their own care and focus on who they are now and not what they’ve lost.
While serving as a caregiver for an aging family member or friend can be rewarding, it also means committing to responsibilities that can be mentally, physically and financially draining.
As our parents age, it can be challenging to broach difficult conversations, including that it may not be safe to live home alone anymore.
Most people understand that dementia affects memory as well as thinking and reasoning skills. Less commonly understood is the difference between memory changes that come with age and early-stage dementia.
Before you begin researching communities and setting up visits, it’s important to fully understand the differences between each senior living option.
Jackson Creek Senior Living, Monument’s newest retirement community, has opened a welcome center for prospective seniors and families to provide information about this great new retirement community.