Senior care technology is an ever-changing industry and while you may not think that senior living communities would feature a lot of technology, they do. The goal of communities, like HarborChase Senior Living, is to keep your loved one safe! That way they can have some R&R, and you can rest a little easier, too. We take pride in every service, every amenity, and every safety feature provided at our community. Here are some of the cutting-edge senior care technologies available.
While you may not think about it, chicken was not as popular a dish as it is today. In the 1950s that all changed, thanks to a professor at Cornell University. Founded in 1865, Cornell University has always had a positive impact on the surrounding community, much like HarborChase Senior Living, and the two continue to have a long-standing and positive relationship.
Promising research regarding Alzheimer’s disease is underway, and while no cure has been discovered, the evidence is strong that people can reduce their risk of developing the disease by making fundamental lifestyle changes. HarborChase Senior Living realizes the severity of this prevalent disease and wants to provide additional information about the condition. We are sharing a few tips that promote brain health and help identify risk factors for Alzheimer’s disease.
Senior living is an evolving industry with a lot of significant and worthwhile changes. As communities like HarborChase Senior Living grow, so do the amenities and luxuries offered. Senior living apartments are increasing in popularity and style, and the good news is that the price of these apartments may become more affordable to all. While some seniors may not be able to afford the luxurious lifestyle fully, that may soon change with an upcoming trend - shared living. Shared living doesn't only help with the cost; it may help you more in the long run than you may think.
Everyone loves a home-cooked meal, which is why cooking at home and making your own recipes can be even more rewarding than going to a restaurant. You’re not only able to select the ingredients and flavors that go into your meal, but most recipes call for more substantial portions or are labeled a family-sized dinner recipe. Unfortunately, many recipes are intended for groups of people, rather than one, so many seniors have trouble cooking at home.