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Senior Corner

Because Getting Older Should Be Fun!

Don't act your age. Embrace your life.

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What are the Benefits of Living in a Senior Mobile Home Park?

Senior living mobile home parks are often affordable alternatives to living in a single family home. Most tenants pay rent on their space and own the mobile home. That means they pay a low monthly rent and can live in a larger home. Mobile homes come in single, double, and triple wide width. They can be one bedroom and larger. Most lots are small offering enough space for the mobile home and a small yard.

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In Home Care Providers

In home care providers are available for elderly family members and loved ones who prefer to remain in the comfort of their own homes, despite circumstances that make it difficult for them to do so. The home care staff understands that home is where you want to be. Home care providers intend to help you stay there as long as possible. Finding a senior care provider with knowledge of the industry and how to care for your loved one's needs is at the top of your list. You deserve to have a senior care professional who is well trained in senior care and/or experienced in providing home care services.

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Assisted Living

Assisted living is a type of housing designed for people who need various levels of medical and personal care. Living spaces can be individual rooms, apartments, or shared quarters. The facilities generally provide a home-like setting and are physically designed to promote the resident's independence. Services are offered to assist residents with daily living.

The services offered by assisted living communities vary from facility to facility.

Enjoy Your Bold Age.

Regular exercise can help older adults stay independent and prevent many health problems that come with age.

The CDC 2008 Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans recommends two types of physical activity each week to improve health—aerobic and muscle-strengthening.

Experts recommend that older adults engage in:

  • Moderate exercise for at least 30 minutes five days a week.
  • Muscle-strengthening activities for two or more days a week that work all major muscle groups.

Statistics show that less than one-third of Americans aged 65+ meet this recommendation. However, there are many proven programs that can help keep seniors active.

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Meals on Wheels

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Senior Meal Nutrition

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Senior Centers

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