Our HarborChase of Tallahassee community has always been known as warm and welcoming, but to add to the already great community reputation, we are getting a facelift!
VERO BEACH, FL, July 2021 – Harbor Retirement Associates (HRA) announced Gracie Kennedy, an associate at HarborChase of Southlake, Texas, as the winner of their company-wide giveaway for a new car!
Individuals living with Alzheimer’s disease or another memory impairment face many unique challenges that can cause frustration and distress and create an environment that is not conducive to wellness and success.
HarborChase of Huntsville will be springing into Summer 2021 with back-to-back, weekly, live music festivals for our residents and health care associates.
Did you know there are approximately 24,500 senior housing and care properties in the United States? And within these housing options, there are even more types of care and living options available. With all these choices, it can be daunting and confusing to choose the right community and care for yourself or a family member, especially if you’re unfamiliar with the senior living industry.
People consider senior living for various reasons. Whether it’s due to a health condition that requires daily support or the want to lead a maintenance-free lifestyle, senior living communities enhance the lives of their residents.
Moving is never fun or easy, especially if moving from a longtime home to a new and unfamiliar place like a senior living community. This transition is even harder for those with Alzheimer’s or other dementias, moving into a memory care community. While this is often the best place possible for these individuals, the transition can be challenging and distressing.
From the first emergence of the coronavirus in the United States, HarborChase Senior Living communities have prioritized the health and safety of our residents, families, and associates. We know that 2020 was a stressful year full of fears, questions, and uncertainties, and we’ve done our best to face these challenges together to ensure safety and peace of mind for all involved.
As the population ages, more and more individuals are moving out of their homes and taking advantage of all the opportunities available to improve their quality of life, including assisted living communities. Today, more than 800,000 Americans live in some type of assisted living community, and this number is only expected to grow.
In our blogs and resources, we regularly mention ADLs: “Our communities support residents with ADLs,” “If an individual needs assistance with ADLs, it could be time to consider assisted living,” etc. Rarely do we take the time to explain what exactly ADLs are and how they are crucial in understanding senior health and wellness.