The start of a new year marks the start of a clean slate. This is the time many people make resolutions on how they can improve themselves, or their lives over the next year. As we get older it can be hard to make a resolution and stick to it by the time the next year rolls around, but it’s still worth trying! Here are some tips on realistic resolutions you can make that you’ll stick to all year long.
Are you struggling with one of the most prevalent diseases our country is facing? 25.2% of Americans age 65 and older live with diabetes. Whether you have been recently diagnosed or have been fighting the disease for some time, there are plenty of options on how you can live a perfectly normal life after your diagnosis. Maintaining a healthy diet and exercising are important in combating the serious effects diabetes can potentially have.
If you’re just starting your search to find the perfect assisted living community, you may be uncertain about what exactly an assisted living is. Some people hear assisted living and immediately think “nursing home” or loss of their independence, when in reality, assisted living is neither of those things! At Collington, we offer our residents the best care, a variety of activities, and a stunning campus just outside of Washington D.C., but here are a few additional aspects of assisted that you may not know about.
The holidays are a time when families come together and visit those they may not see as often as they’d like. Senior living communities are full of loved ones, events, decorations and a liveliness that makes it the perfect time for you or your loved one to take a tour. Here are a few of the things that make the holidays the best time of year to visit: