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3 Spring Gardening Tips for Independent Living Seniors

April 13th, 2018

Spring is officially here in Texas, and it is time for amateur gardeners to create beds of beauty in their front yard. Texas is home to many popular lawn flowers, so it is no surprise that gardening is such a popular hobby in our lovely state. Even elderly loved ones in independent living communities enjoy Read the full article…

Retirement Home Socialization

The Importance of Socialization in a Retirement Community

March 26th, 2018

Even though getting older naturally means that parts of our lives slow down, socialization is one thing that you and your family can help your loved one keep up to par. Many of us take for granted our current friendships and constant interaction with the world around us. When you stop, think, and take a Read the full article…

sundowners in assisted living

Helping Your Assisted Living Loved One with Sundowners

March 5th, 2018

Around 40 million people in America each year suffer from sleep disorders. Some sleep disorders can occur in the elderly with mental disorders like depression, dementia, or Alzheimer’s. One sleep disorder that science is still grasping to understand in the elderly is sundowners. Here is some important information on what it is, the symptoms to Read the full article…

Rehabilitation Therapy at Holly Hall

The Key Benefits to Rehab Therapy Services at Senior Care Centers

February 19th, 2018

Physical therapy in a skilled nursing facility is excellent for community members of senior care centers because it offers a full range of services that are available to community members seven days a week. Since Holly Hall has these professionals readily available, community members that require physical therapy can be helped in numerous ways, including Read the full article…

Assisted Living Valentines Day

Spreading the Love for Assisted Living at Holly Hall

February 9th, 2018

Everyone wants to feel special when Valentine’s Day rolls around. Some well-placed roses or a box of fancy chocolates are enough to brighten up anyone’s day. Although your loved ones in assisted living know that you do, in fact, love them, it may help them feel like a consistent part of your life if you Read the full article…

Skype in a Retirement Community is Popular

Staying Connected With Your Loved One in a Retirement Community

January 19th, 2018

If you have a loved one in senior assisted living or in a retirement community, then you already know that it is crucial to stay connected with them. By staying connected with your loved on in assisted living, you are contributing to the improvement of their social and emotional health as they enjoy their new Read the full article…

Staying Young with Assisted Living

Tips for Keeping Your Loved Ones in Assisted Living Feeling Forever Young

January 5th, 2018

Assisted living is a great way to ensure that your loved one receives the proper care that they deserve as they age. However, sometimes the number involved with the age can take a toll on a person’s mental and emotional health and they begin to “feel” old in their community. Age is nothing but a Read the full article…

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