Author Archives: Symphony Senior Living

Four Reasons to Choose a Pet Friendly Senior Living Center

Moving into assisted living is already a stressful experience. You’re concerned about losing independence, health, and what you might have to get rid of. It’s only made harder by leaving your beloved pet behind. Make the transition more enjoyable and less stressful by choosing a pet friendly senior living community.  Take your furry companion with…

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Seven Ways You Can Help Symphony Senior Living with Senior Volunteering

If you are over fourteen years old and have a heart for serving your community, consider volunteering with Symphony Senior Living. Seniors are a delightful wealth of information and wisdom and just like all people, need social interaction. Senior volunteering doesn’t just benefit our residents though.  Volunteering reduces stress and increases the feel good chemicals…

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How to Respect Your Elders in 2022

Watching a family member change with age can be a difficult process. Imagine how much harder it is for them to be going through it. Choosing to respect your elders is more than just please and thank you, it’s being considerate of what they’re going through. What once was a perfectly strong body is slowing…

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Four Ways Seniors Can Meet Other Seniors Today: Encouraging Senior Friendship

Many people over the age of fifty struggle with isolation and loneliness. Studies show that these issues put older adults at higher risk of developing dementia and other health issues. Who knew that encouraging senior friendship could actually fight against heart disease and stroke? A few scientific studies have indicated that maintaining strong social connections…

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Elderly Care Tips For Traveling With Seniors

Being elderly does not mean an end to fun activities, traveling included. Spending quality time with family becomes increasingly important the older a person gets. Traveling does get a little more difficult with age and there are some elderly care considerations to keep in mind. Seniors have different needs than younger people so it’s important…

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4 Signs It Is Time to Consider Memory Care for Your Senior Loved Ones

Memory care provides 24-hour, hands-on, personalized care for seniors suffering from memory loss. Caring for seniors with dementia or Alzheimer’s requires unique, professional care that not every facility can offer. Any decision surrounding the care of loved ones as they age should not be taken lightly. As difficult as these decisions may be, the need…

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Ensuring the Safety of Senior Loved Ones: How Memory Care Can Help

Memory impairment can be sudden or worsen over time. Therefore, seniors living with dementia or Alzheimer’s can find themselves in dangerous situations. These incidents can occur with little warning to their loved ones. Ensure senior safety and find out how memory care can help your senior. How Do You Ensure Safety in Seniors with Dementia?…

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