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Lifespans are increasing, and the average person reaching the age of 65 today can expect to live to at least their mid-80s. Where will those two decades of rent come from if the senior can no longer work?
Senior living is an industry that knows the value of scale. But contrary to popular belief, smaller organizations have an advantage — now more than ever — over the mammoth hundred-community providers that seem to dominate the market and the media, industry experts...
Tuscaloosa has been a testing ground for an exciting new technology platform described as an “engagement system” with seniors in mind — a portable, easy-to-use, intuitive tool.
Activities are a must during retirement. When deciding where to live, it is advised to research what activities cities have to offer. The majority of cities all have activities to do, but some activities might not be appropriate or enjoyable for seniors. Don’t worry though as Tuscaloosa has plenty of activities for those in retirement.
The instant you realize that an aging loved one is exhibiting signs of dementia, the conversation begins about getting that person additional caregiving, provided by a family member or a Tuscaloosa Assisted Living center like Regency Retirement Village.
According to the National Institute on Aging, research suggests that social isolation significantly impacts the well-being of older adults, while social interaction at Tuscaloosa Assisted Living provides health benefits.
What do Boxer Muhammad Ali, former President H.W. Bush, Singer Neil Diamond, Actor Michael J. Fox, and the Reverend Billy Graham all have in common? Parkinson’s Disease, a long-term degenerative disorder of the central nervous system that mainly affects our motor functions. The disease is one of the conditions we see often at our Tuscaloosa Assisted Living Community.
While it is never a conversation we look forward to, planning for the future can help to make transitions easier down the road as your health declines. While a will outlines your wishes for assets, it doesn’t include other essential items of elder care and estate...
Increased risk factors and natural changes that accompany age, leave seniors more susceptible to an array of chronic health conditions. Even with increased life expectancies, cancer, heart disease, diabetes, stroke and chronic lower respiratory disease are the leading...