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Monthly Archives: December 2017

Not My Grandma – An Infographic

December 27, 2017 Written by: Kelly Nygard

For more detailed information, please see our blog post entitled “Not My Grandma”.

Early Morning Thoughts

December 27, 2017 Written by: Kelly Nygard

While I was having my morning coffee break this morning, I remembered a recent situation that a family found themselves in that I wanted to share with our readers.  This memory stems from the  articles I have been sharing regarding Continue reading →

Reducing the Need for Pain Meds

December 26, 2017 Written by: Kelly Nygard

As a new generation begins to consider senior housing, either for themselves or for aging parents, the senior housing industry is seeing a trend developing.  Many, who saw their grandparents or great-grandparents enter a “nursing home” and begin a rapid Continue reading →

Not My Grandma

December 22, 2017 Written by: Kelly Nygard

Most of us have heard that there is an Opioid Epidemic on the rise in the United States.  And, as I wrote in a recent newsletter, seniors are very likely candidates for addiction for many reasons.  Most of us are Continue reading →

Balanced Wellness

December 14, 2017 Written by: Kelly Nygard

At the request of our Regional Owners at our last National Conference in July 2017, we have updated our Wellness Wheel.  The wheel “did the job”, but was difficult to present in our co-branded community tri-folds that we provide to Continue reading →

Facebook Multi-Tasking

December 14, 2017 Written by: Kelly Nygard

This morning, I listened to a wonderful free webinar from a company called G5, which I found via Senior Housing Forum.  If you scroll to the bottom, you will see the link and it is a free webinar.  If you Continue reading →

Exercise & Depression

December 1, 2017 Written by: Kelly Nygard

It’s the Holidays and everyone is busy, excited and full of anticipation.  But, wait…is that true?  The Holiday season can be difficult for many who have recently experienced a significant loss in their lives or for those whose families live Continue reading →