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Is Your Retirement Community Pet-Friendly?

Pet Friendly Retirement Community Pets can bring so much joy and help relieve anxiety and stress.  In this article, we’ll review how to make sure your retirement community is well-aligned with the needs of you and your pet. It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to realize that pets can be comforting companions, particularly as we grow older.   Walking a dog can provide great exercise, loving companionship, and help provide purpose. 

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How Families Can Prepare for Senior Care

Senior Care Preparation According to the AARP, “Today, 30 million households are providing care for an adult over the age of 50—and that number is expected to double over the next 25 years.”  Those 30 million caregivers are often still balancing their own life, their children’s lives, and sometimes even grandchildren.  But, a little preparation goes a long way.  So, we’ve compiled 4 things you need to do to develop a care-giving plan for your loved ones. Start a conversation. It’s never too late to start the conversation about a care-giving plan, but many families wait until a crisis occurs.  At this point, the options may be more limited or decisions rushed due to the circumstances.  So, it’s important to start the conversation sooner rather than later. Identify the team of resources. Family, friends, neighbors, religious organizations, and community support centers can all play a role in the care-giving process.  Understand who is available and what types of support they can provide.  By splitting up the responsibilities, the tasks won’t seem as overwhelming.  Establish a team leader and talk through the responsibilities with all family members, including the person who will be receiving the care.  Try to get everyone on

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