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June 11, 2021    Highgate Senior Living

What Family Caregivers Should Know About UTIs in Older Adults

If your loved one suddenly becomes confused and disorientated, your first concern might be dementia. But if the changes are sudden, it’s more likely the diagnosis is....

May 28, 2021    Highgate Senior Living

6 Tips for Your Next Video Call with a Person with Memory Loss

Finding ways to stay connected with people you care about was amongst one of the most challenging obstacles last year presented. For many, video calling was the....

May 7, 2021    Highgate Senior Living

Developing a Plan for Hospital Discharge of an Aging Parent

As your parents or loved ones age, there’s a high likelihood that you will be faced with a hospitalization after an illness or an emergency. In fact, a study by the....

April 23, 2021    Highgate Senior Living

7 Activities To ‘Stay Sharp’ in Older Age

If you’ve thought about what life will be like when you are older, chances are you’ve wondered if there are ways to keep your mind sharp.

April 16, 2021    Highgate Senior Living

Age Is But a Number

We are all aging and getting older, yet we all experience the aging process differently.

April 9, 2021    Highgate Senior Living

Reducing the Impacts of Memory Loss

So how do you enhance brain health, keep your memory sharp and improve mental clarity at any age?

April 2, 2021    Highgate Senior Living

Aging Well: 9 Tips for a Healthier, Happier Life

If you care for an older parent or loved one, or are simply worried about their wellbeing, you might be wondering how to help them live a happier, healthier life.

March 26, 2021    Highgate Senior Living

12 Sensory Activities for a Loved One with Memory Loss

Think about when you’re stressed or upset: What helps calm your mind and body?

March 19, 2021    Highgate Senior Living

How Changing Habits Changes Lives in Aging Adults

It’s normal to have a few unhealthy habits. But unhealthy habits like smoking or eating more processed foods than fruits and vegetables can affect you even more as....