What is It Like to Have Alzheimer’s Disease

When your parent is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease, it can be very upsetting and heartbreaking for you to experience as the disease progresses. You are probably feeling very sad at the fact that your parent might not seem like themselves anymore or might not be able to remember things as efficiently as they did before. …

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The Importance of Your Immune System

Your immune system is like the wizard behind the curtain. It works to protect you from illnesses and diseases at all hours of the day and night. When you do fall sick, your immune system fights restlessly to help you recover from the virus or cold that’s gotten the best of you. A properly functioning …

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A New Case for Fellowship Freedom Plans

This blog has been adapted from a blog post published by MyLifeSite.net, By Brad Breeding| May 18th, 2020 I often mention the AARP statistic that roughly 85 percent of people age 65 and older say they want to remain in their current home as they grow older. There are several reasons commonly cited for wanting to “age …

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Running Essential Errands

Grocery Shopping, Take-Out, Banking and Doctor Visits As communities across the United States take steps to slow the spread of COVID-19 by limiting close contact, people are facing new challenges and questions about how to meet basic household needs, such as buying groceries and medicine, and completing banking activities. The following information provides advice about …

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Profitable Tips and Tricks for Selling Your Home

As you get ready for retirement, now is a good time to start preparing to sell your home. You are probably feeling overwhelmed with home maintenance, notice you have rooms in your home you’re no longer using and realizing your household monthly costs are too expensive for your liking. Learn some tips on how you …

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Coronavirus Covid-19 Updates

Here at Fellowship Senior Living, the health and safety of residents, Freedom Plan members, staff, and families are our top priority. With the recent outbreak of Coronavirus (COVID-19), we have started implementing serious measures as outlined by the Centers for Disease Control and Management (CDC) and State and Local health officials to keep our community …

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Understanding Your Aging Parent

As your parents age, you will feel a wide range of emotions as you try and understand what they’re going through. You may have feelings of fear, frustration, sadness and grief as you notice your parents’ changes in demeanor for the first time. The truth is, aging is something we cannot fully understand until it …

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Senior Living: How it Helps Aging Parents & Gives You Peace of Mind

Your parents have always been the ones you’ve turned to for guidance and support. You’ve always seen them as strong, independent people, never imagining that one day they’d need you to look out for them. But suddenly, your parents have slightly more gray in their hair, a few more wrinkles lining their faces and you’re …

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The Importance of Staying Connected with Parents in Senior Living

Communication and connection between one another are basic human instincts that everyone craves. Your relationship with your parents is no different – you cherish your conversations with them and the time you’re able to spend with them. But as your parents age and make the transition into senior living, will that impact your ability to …

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