The Ins and Outs of Mask Care and Etiquette…

COVID-19 is still among us, and it’s important that we all continue to do our part to help limit the spread of the virus. In addition to social distancing, that means wearing a face mask while in a public setting. Your face mask helps prevent you from inadvertently spreading the virus to others if you’re sick …

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In-Home Physical Therapy: How Does it Aid My Recovery?

Think about all of the things you love to do on a daily basis. Maybe you enjoy swimming, hiking or taking a fun dance class with your friends. Or maybe you simply like taking walks around your neighborhood and spending time with your grandchildren. What do all of these activities have in common? Movement. Undergoing …

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How Dining Menus are Created at Fellowship Senior Living

In your hunt for the perfect life plan community for your retirement, you’ve compared residences, the type of maintenance-free services offered and, of course, the cost. But there’s another factor you shouldn’t forget to consider: the food! You don’t want run-of-the-mill cafeteria food where you just have to accept what is given to you. Instead, …

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Is It Time for Memory Care for My Loved One?

“Memory loss teaches us all to cherish every moment.” – Matthew Edward Hall Your parent, grandparent, or other loved one has always been a strong, constant force in your life. Maybe you grew up watching your mom bake elaborate recipes from memory each holiday season or you remember listening to your uncle sing along to …

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Services to Help Seniors Move and Make the Transition Easy

Your long-term home is full of meaningful personal belongings and memories that you and your family have accumulated over the years. That’s why it’s hard to fathom downsizing all of your belongings and move into a smaller space, even if it’s the right move to make in your retirement. That’s where Fellowship’s professional moving services …

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Introducing the Tapas Bar and Lounge at Fellowship Village

It’s a beautiful, crisp fall afternoon and you’re lounging outside sipping on a delicious glass of red wine. You soak in the warmth from the fireplace out on the patio, protecting you from the occasional seasonal breeze while you converse with neighbors and friends. Not too far from where you are sitting, there is an …

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Is My Loved One Ready for Home Care?

Some of life’s toughest conversations are inevitable. One of those is introducing the idea of home care to your aging parent. Sometimes, just bringing up the idea of a caregiver that isn’t yourself can cause your parent distress. However, home care provided by a professional caregiver can actually improve your parent’s quality of life and …

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The New Normal: Staying Safe During the Re-opening Process

Many questions continue to pop-up regarding what life will look like when we are no longer living in the shadow of COVID-19. New Jersey continues the “re-opening” process with access to gyms and indoor dining returning this month. It’s crucial to navigate the re-opening of these venues safely to protect yourself and remain healthy. Reopening …

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How to Prepare Yourself for a Move

When you make the decision to move out of your long-term home, you may suddenly be overwhelmed with the feeling of uncertainty. What do I do first? How should I begin packing? Where do I go for help if I need it? These are just some of the questions that might run through your mind …

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Why Is It Important to Have Good Cognitive Health?

Age-related declines in cognitive health can be normal, but that doesn’t mean they have to reduce your parent’s quality of life. By taking steps to maintain or improve their cognitive health while they age, your parent can continue to live an independent and active lifestyle. As your parent ages, it’s normal for their levels of …

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