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87% of adults aged 65 and over want to stay in their current home as they age. The truth is, this may not be the best option. Find the questions you should be asking yourself and your senior loved ones when planning for the future, from home retrofitting, to financials and all the way to the activities of everyday life.
It doesn’t matter how young or old you are, deciding where you want to live is a big deal. Will you feel comfortable in your surroundings? Are you going to like your new neighbors? Are they going to like you? Is there someone nearby to help you in an emergency when you need assistance? Find out the answers with Senior Living Advisor Cindy Deck in this episode of Senior Living Today with Luther Manor.
If you or a senior loved one are considering selling a home, there are a lot of questions you may be asking yourself. What actions should I be taking when considering senior home needs? What is involved in selling a home for seniors? What is the housing market like for those who want to sell? And, what am I going to do with all my stuff?! Navigate one of the biggest decisions of your life with Bruce Nemovitz, Senior Real Estate Specialist and author, and Melinda Stuart, Certified Senior Move Manager at Smart Moves.
When Rusty Tym, and his wife Sharon, were considering a move to Senior Living they encountered a lot of misconceptions. Join Rusty and Senior Living Advisor, Cindy Deck, as they share personal stories about the truth behind myths like, “I can’t afford Senior Living,” and “I’ll be lonely and bored.”
“I’ll lose my independence” and “I’ll have to give up my favorite hobbies” are just two of the myths surrounding senior living. Join Luther Manor resident, Joyce Heinrich, and Cindy Deck, Senior Living Advisor, as they dispel misconceptions people have about senior living.
It’s not just what you say, but how you say it. The subject of long-term care is a sensitive one. In this episode of “Senior Living Today with Luther Manor,” Kathi Brueggemann, Resource Manager at Luther Manor, walks us through the life planning conversation process, including tips on what to say and what not to say, as well as the right time to discuss it.
The most important conversations we need to have with our loved ones are often the most difficult. While 7 in 10 Americans will need long-term care, only 1 in 10 have talked with their spouse or loved ones about it. In this episode of “Senior Living Today with Luther Manor,” Kathi Brueggemann, Resource Manager at Luther Manor, identifies the signs that let us know a conversation about long-term care is needed as well as how, where and when the conversation should take place.
This episode of “Senior Living Today with Luther Manor” focuses on providing help and tips to caregivers of those with Alzheimer’s or dementia. We also talk about the Alzheimer’s Association Longest Day event on June 21, the summer solstice and longest day of the year. For those with Alzheimer’s disease and those who care for them, every day is the longest day. Learn how you can participate locally in this nationally recognized event.
Be prepared before crisis hits and you’re left to scramble! What can you do, who should you talk to and how can make sure you’re ready if Mom were to fall and break her hip? That’s the discussion on part two of this week’s Senior Living Today with Luther Manor.
Be prepared before crisis hits and you’re left to scramble! What can you do, who should you talk to and how can make sure you’re ready if Mom were to fall and break her hip? That’s the discussion on this week’s Senior Living Today with Luther Manor.