11-01-2022 • Lakeshore Senior Living
How to Start the Conversation About Assisted Living with Mom or Dad
The first time you bring up the topic of assisted living with a parent can trigger several different emotions. Your mom or dad may be hesitant at the thought of moving to an assisted living community, and feelings of tension or even fear could surface. This is why it is important to approach this conversation…
10-01-2022 • Lakeshore Senior Living
Socialization for Seniors 101: The Importance of Engagement & Connection
Socialization has been an essential part of our lives since we were young. From our first day of school, we have been learning how to form meaningful relationships and connect with others.
09-01-2022 • Lakeshore Senior Living
3 Best Practices and Tips for a Move to Assisted Senior Living
Moving is a significant life change, and moving into an assisted senior living community can be an even more emotional change. In addition to the physical logistics and stressors that come with a move, emotional aspects may surface as the realization sets in about leaving a long-term home.
08-01-2022 • Lakeshore Senior Living
Top Questions to Ask When Searching for a Memory Care Community
Whether you’re just beginning your search for a memory care community for someone you love or have been looking for a while, there’s a lot to consider. Different care programs, accommodations, and community amenities make it easy to feel overwhelmed. Our team at Lakeshore Senior Living is here to help you and your family.
07-01-2022 • Lakeshore Senior Living
How Do You Know When It’s Time for Assisted Living?
Independence is important to all of us. And once we have it, it’s something we don’t want to lose. Because of this, it can be difficult to know or accept the fact that it may be time to consider supportive services like assisted living.
06-01-2022 • Lakeshore Senior Living
Dementia Beyond Memory Loss: Other Signs & Symptoms
For many, dementia and memory loss go hand in hand, but dementia can affect individuals in more ways than this. Rather than one specific disease, dementia is a set of progressive conditions that affect a person’s overall cognitive functioning, including memory, problem-solving, communication, and more.