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Characteristics of Parkinson’s Disease & Resources

What are the Symptoms of Parkinson’s Disease? Every year in the United States, an average of 60,000 people are affected by Parkinson’s Disease. Defined as a chronic and progressive brain disorder, nearly 1 million Americans and 10 million worldwide are living with this disease. While unfortunately, there is no cure currently for Parkinson’s Disease, proactively […]

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THE COST OF ASSISTED LIVING

WHAT GOES INTO THE PRICING OF ASSISTED LIVING IN REYNOLDSBURG? When choosing the right assisted living community for yourself or a loved one, there are many factors to consider. On the healthcare side, you’ll evaluate things like reputation and clinical expertise. On the logistics side, you’ll consider location, cost, amenities, etc. We know there is […]

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When is the Best Time to Move to a CCRC?

For many older adults who are currently independent but like the idea of living in a setting where healthcare services are available if needed down the road, a continuing care retirement community (CCRC) can be an ideal solution. A popular question among prospective CCRC residents is, “When is the best time to make the move?” […]

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The Season has Changed, but the Global Pandemic hasn’t : How to Stay Active and Limit Isolation with the Colder Weather

The global pandemic hasn’t been easy for anyone. Especially for older adults, the lack of normalcy and decreased interaction with others has significantly contributed to feelings of isolation, sadness, and overall mental and physical health decline. The one saving grace the past few months was the warmer weather of summer. With small group gatherings (if […]

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The Role of Diet in Active Aging

Through all stages of life, the concept of maintaining a “healthy diet” is one we are constantly reminded of. Across the board, many regular diets are to include nutrient-rich foods in a variety of categories such as fruits, vegetables, carbohydrates, dairy, meat, fish, and poultry. However, as we grow, our unique health needs vary and […]

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