Communication and Dementia Tips

Dementia is a chronic disorder of the mental processes marked by a decline in memory, leading to difficulty in conversing. When a loved one, friend, or resident has Alzheimer’s disease or any other type of dementia, it can be heartbreaking to see minor forgetfulness turn into severe impairment. Sadly, dementia does transform people into a…

Helping Seniors Learn New Technology

Your Guide To Guiding Seniors To Technology Use Did you know that only 54 percent of Americans over the age of 65 have internet access? This is such a shame, since the internet’s functionality could make it possible for them to not just talk to—but actually see—their loved ones from all over the world, pursue…

What Residents Look For In An RCFE

Draw Residents By Checking Off Their Wish Lists You know that your residential care facility is a great place to live, but you need to show potential residents that. To help facility owners draw residents to their RCFE, here is a guide to what residents look for in an RCFE. Resident Happiness: The first thing most…

RCFE Owners: Kitchen Safety Tips For Residents

Safeguarding Your Residents Against Kitchen Risks The kitchen—which likely served as a sweet spot for your residents’ families over the years—can become a scary place for seniors. With diminished ability to take quick action, what would otherwise be a small kitchen accident can become a serious danger. Fortunately, RCFE owners can take steps to help their…