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Senior Living Grand Opening Event

Huntingdon Valley, PA – The “Magical Moments” themed Ribbon Cutting Event at Crescent Fields at Huntingdon Valley was an exceptional success. This exclusive event, attended by over 200 VIP guests, marked the official grand opening of the extraordinary senior living community. Attendees were treated to roving entertainment and delicious cuisine prepared by its own culinary […]

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Can Alzheimer’s Be Reversed?

A sad-looking senior woman spacing out - a sign of Alzheimer's - while sitting on a couch.

Alzheimer’s is a progressive neurodegenerative disorder that significantly affects individuals and their families. This condition is characterized by memory loss and cognitive decline that gradually worsens. Currently, science has not yet found a method to reverse this disease. However, treatments are available that can slow its progression and improve quality of life. The impact Alzheimer’s […]

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How to Talk to Aging Parents About Assisted Living

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As our parents age, their needs may change, and the topic of senior living or assisted living may become a common conversation. However, starting this conversation can often be challenging and emotionally demanding, leading to frustration and confusion. When talking to your aging parents about assisted living, it’s important to approach the topic with empathy, […]

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Why Should Senior Citizens Perform Balance Exercises?

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As we age, our body undergoes several changes that can affect our overall health. For example, seniors can be at a higher risk of falling due to muscle weakness, joint stiffness, poor balance, and reduced visual acuity, among other factors. Balance exercises can help senior citizens maintain an active, healthy, and independent lifestyle by helping […]

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Is Parkinson’s an Auto-Immune Disease?

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The answer to this question is more complicated than you might think. Some experts believe Parkinson’s is an auto-immune disease, while others disagree.  Living with Parkinson’s can be difficult for many individuals and their families. But understanding the underlying cause of this disease can help you make informed decisions about care and lifestyle.  In this […]

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4 Activities for Seniors with Limited Mobility

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Seniors with limited mobility can enjoy a range of activities to help keep their minds sharp, bodies healthy, and spirits high. Even if mobility is restricted by illness, arthritis, or dementia, seniors can have fulfilling social lives and hobbies to enrich their days. Through scheduled activities in memory care, respite care, or unstructured gatherings, seniors […]

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