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5 Tips to Help Caregivers Cope

The Cleveland Clinic defines caregiver burnout as a state of “physical, emotional, and mental exhaustion,” which can negatively impact your ability to continue caring for your loved one. When caring

Jackson Creek Senior Living Announces Veteran’s Special

MONUMENT – Jackson Creek Senior Living announces that Keli Childs has been named Executive Director. In this role, she will oversee Jackson Creek’s day-to-day operations, ensure quality resident care and

Photo of Col. Dr. Edmund “Ed” A. Krekorian standing in front of a tank in the Korean War

Every November, our nation honors the men and women who have served in the armed forces. Jackson Creek Senior Living is fortunate to have several retired veterans and their spouses

Jackson Creek Senior Living to Participate in 2022 Walk to End Alzheimer’s

MONUMENT – Jackson Creek Senior Living today announced it will participate in Colorado Springs’ annual Walk to End Alzheimer’s on Saturday, Oct. 1 at 10 a.m. This year’s event will

What’s the Difference Between Assisted Living and Memory Support?

Do you or a loved one need help with activities of daily living as you age? Does a spouse or friend need help because their memory is declining? When you

a woman hugs her elderly sister who is living with Alzheimer's in a memory care community

Our Memory Support Neighborhood is designed specifically for residents living with Alzheimer’s, dementia or other memory loss conditions. We provide a comfortable, secure, home-like environment featuring outdoor courtyards that offer

Five Tips for Seniors to Stay Cool and Hydrated

Taking simple precautions to avoid overheating or becoming dehydrated is especially important for older adults. As we age, our sense of thirst diminishes and our bodies naturally hold less water.

How Technology Helps Seniors Live Better

While older generations have traditionally been slower to adopt new technology, that all changed during pandemic restrictions when many seniors embraced it to stay connected with family and friends, communicate

African American female communicating with senior woman living with dementia, sitting in living room holding hands and listening to her carefully

Communicating with a loved one living with Alzheimer’s or another form of dementia presents challenges that can lead to frustration and misunderstandings on both sides of the conversation. To help


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