Safe New Year's With Your Senior In Senior Living Community

How to Have a Safe New Year’s Eve With Your Senior Citizen

December 16th, 2016

Once the holidays come to a close, we have about a week left to reflect on our year and usher in the New Year. While you’re planning your New Year’s Eve celebration, there are a few things you need to consider. Food, drinks, and entertainment usually consume the majority of a party planner’s thoughts. However, Read the full article…

Making Christmas Enjoyable At Holly Hall Retirement Community

Making Christmas Enjoyable At Holly Hall Retirement Community

December 12th, 2016

Christmas is only a few weeks away, and while we’re all out in the hustle and bustle trying to get things ready for the big day, we often lose sight of what the season is all about. One of the best things about Christmas is that you get to spend time with family and friends. Read the full article…

Avoiding Holiday Injuries For Independent Living Residents

Avoiding Christmas Decorating Falls and Injuries For Independent Living Residents

December 2nd, 2016

Since the Christmas season is getting started, people are beginning to trim their trees, hang up their lights, and get ready for company. For most people, it’s truly the most wonderful time of the year. However, for older members of the community, it can be one of the more dangerous times of the year. No Read the full article…

Importance Of Including Senior Family Members In Holiday Festivities

The Importance of Including Older Family Members in Holiday Festivities

November 16th, 2016

As the holiday season approaches, we tend to be busier than ever with endless lists of to-dos and shopping trips. With all of the hustle and bustle of the season, we often forget what’s actually important—family. We often take for granted the fact that we have our families constantly around us, where as particularly older Read the full article…

Why Senior Living Is Great For Veterans

Why Senior Living is a Great Choice for Veterans

October 27th, 2016

As October is winding down and as we gear up for the coming holiday season, we tend to forget a very important day: Veteran’s Day. On November 11, the many men and women who have served our nation are honored for their sacrifice and bravery in the armed forces. At Holly Hall, we honor our Read the full article…

Activities in the fall can bring assisted living communities together.

Fall Activities That Bring Retirement Communities Together

October 12th, 2016

After a long, hot summer, everyone looks forward to the cooler temperatures that fall brings every year. Although Texas may not enjoy these temperatures until much later on in the season, we certainly embrace the fun fall-themed activities that come around every season here at Holly Hall in Houston. Our adult senior living community loves Read the full article…

Overcoming Fears Of Assisted Living

Signs It’s Time for Assisted Living

September 29th, 2016

Age-related diseases and maladies can make it difficult or even impossible for a retiree or senior to live alone. Problems like dementia and mobility problems can also create difficult living environments when children or loved ones must care for a senior relative who is no longer ambulatory. At a certain point, discussions about assisted living, Read the full article…

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