News & Articles

Why Caregivers Need Regular Breaks, and How Senior Living Communities Can Help

For caregivers of older adults, senior living communities can offer a much needed break, which is vital to avoid becoming overly exhausted and stressed.

How Seniors Can Avoid Being Duped by a COVID-19 Scammer

Since we implemented telehealth methods, resident medical appointments have seamlessly continued throughout the COVID-19 shutdown.

Examining the Connection Between Depression and Alzheimer’s or Dementia

Depression is common amongst people with dementia or Alzheimer's, especially during the early and middle stages of the disease.

Gardening Provides a Healthy Pastime for Senior Green Thumbs

Gardening has been proven to offer a range of psychological, physical and cognitive benefits, which is especially good news for seniors.

Monument Senior Living Communities Keeping Things Social for Residents During Social Distancing

Jackson Creek staff have found creative ways to keep residents engaged and entertained during social distancing.

How to Stay Connected With Senior Loved Ones While Practicing Social Distancing

Social distancing doesn't have to mean social isolation. Learn how to stay connected with your senior loved ones.

Don’t Wait to Explore Your Senior Living Options

Older adults and their families can't put off the senior living conversation. It’s important for seniors to consider their options before a crisis strikes.

Ed and Patricia Krekorian: Residents Married for 70 Years Share Their Love Story

In honor of Valentine’s Day, residents Edmund (Ed) and Patricia Krekorian told us about their long, happy life together in 70 years of marriage.

Partnering with Home Health Providers to Support Aging in Place

As part of our wellness-focused lifestyle, we partner with other resources in our community that also serve adults ages 62 and older.


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