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A Whole New Approach to Holistic Wellness If there’s anything we have learned from the past year, it’s that health matters, both on a personal and global scale. As the world paused, routines were upended, and we learned to live with a new normal, we were also given the opportunity to evaluate our lifestyles and...Read More
The past year has brought our attention to healthy living like never before. Leisure Care communities have been at the forefront of the fight against COVID, instituting protocols and initiatives that led our communities to exceed quickly evolving CDC guidelines. Now, our communities are taking clean living to a whole new level with state-of-the-art air...Read More
The last year has been challenging on so many levels. Leisure Care communities have remained committed to doing the right thing across the country, adapting to rapidly changing safety protocols, and implementing policies and procedures that exceed CDC guidelines. We are proud of our staff and our residents and the way they have handled a...Read More
This time of year has always been about togetherness. Unfortunately, in 2020, togetherness can be dangerous, and many of us are finding new ways to spend the holidays to help stop the spread of the COVID-19. Take a closer look at how you can find the holiday spirit even if this season looks different for...Read More
49.6% of people 65 and older are living with arthritis and by the year 2040 an estimated 78 million (26%) Americans over the age of 18 are projected to have been diagnosed with arthritis by a doctor. Learn more about the most prevalent forms of arthritis, symptoms of arthritis, and how arthritis is treated and...Read More
Melanoma is the most dangerous type of skin cancer, causing skin cells to rapidly multiply and form malignant tumors. Studies estimate that there will be 192,310 cases of melanoma diagnosed in 2019 alone resulting in 7,230 deaths. Learn more about melanoma and its effect on senior health. Risk Factors for Skin Cancer The unfortunate truth...Read More
Art therapy began as a distinct form of psychotherapy in the 1940s and has been growing in popularity ever since. A way for people of all ages to process emotions and gain personal growth while growing in self-understanding and processing emotional change, art therapy is a great way for seniors to cope with grief, loss,...Read More
We know that regular exercise and staying active is key to aging well and staying healthy. Associated with improved overall wellness, reduced risk of falls, dementia prevention, and even a lower risk of death, regular exercise is non-negotiable for seniors seeking to stay healthy as they age. But sometimes health conditions can make traditional exercise...Read More
There is an alarming number of Americans living with diabetes. Nearly 10% of the population in the United States has some form of the disease, including 12 million adults 65 and over. The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that diabetes will be the seventh leading cause of death worldwide by 2030 and the number of...Read More
Fitness trackers are a great way to help seniors stay healthy and active. Giving users a comprehensive look at daily fitness goals, while also tracking sleep patterns and more, fitness trackers can play a huge role in aging well. Learn more about the benefits of fitness trackers for seniors and the best ways to use...Read More
Retirement should feel like you're on a permanent vacation which is exactly why our communities celebrate freedom from obligation, helping you pursue new interests.