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Benefits of Art Therapy for Seniors

Posted by Magnolia Manor on
September 22, 2020

Just as the name implies, art therapy combines the creative process with psychotherapy, to help individuals improve their mental health and overall well-being. Art therapy addresses the mind, body, and spirit – a holistic approach to quality of life that we heartily endorse here at Magnolia Manor. But we appreciate art therapy for another reason, too.

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Topics: Rehabilitation, FAQs, Alzheimers, Memory Care, Dementia, Senior Safety, Assisted Living, Skilled Nursing

A Big Thank You to Our Everyday Heroes

Posted by Magnolia Manor on
August 26, 2020

One of the things that distinguishes Magnolia Manor from other senior living communities is the sense of family among staff and residents that permeates all aspects of everyday life and care. In this environment, it’s no surprise that everyone has stepped up to pitch in and make the best of the COVID-19 pandemic. And, boy, do we appreciate these everyday heroes!

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Topics: Independent Living, Rehabilitation, FAQs, Memory Care, Senior Safety, Assisted Living, Skilled Nursing, COVID-19

What's the difference between Alzheimers and Dementia?

Posted by Magnolia Manor on
February 20, 2020

With so much talk about Alzheimer’s disease, it is easy to forget that there are other forms of dementia. Whether you’re getting older yourself, or you care for an aging loved one, it is important to understand the different causes of dementia, and especially the symptoms. The earlier you get medical advice if you suspect a problem, the better the chances there will be help to manage the disease.

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Topics: FAQs, Alzheimers, Memory Care, Dementia

What to Do When Dad and Mom Have Different Senior Living Care Needs

Posted by Magnolia Manor on
December 17, 2019

One of the toughest things about getting older is having to admit you need help. Devoted couples look to each other for assistance as one of them needs a helping hand with daily living tasks or shows early signs of memory loss. Filling in the gaps this way enables the couple to continue living together, independently. But what happens when one person’s needs become just too much for an elderly spouse to handle? What if the couple is your parents?

We all age differently, so this scenario is not unusual. But it can be very difficult for adult children as well as aging parents to acknowledge that Mom and Dad now have different senior living care needs

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Topics: FAQs, Senior Planning, Memory Care, Assisted Living, Skilled Nursing

Benefits of choosing a full service retirement community

Posted by Magnolia Manor on
October 28, 2019

Searching for that just-right retirement community for yourself or a senior parent can be truly daunting. There are so many different types of facilities to choose from, and each one is unique in its living accommodation options, range of professional services, amenities and overall ambiance. We’ve all heard the expression “aging in place.” In a perfect world, we would never have to leave the home we love just because our mental and/or physical capabilities change. Yet for most of us that time does come. And when it does, choosing a full service retirement community will give you the peace of mind that you don’t have to move again.

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Topics: Independent Living, Rehabilitation, FAQs, Alzheimers, Memory Care, Dementia, Senior Safety, Assisted Living, Skilled Nursing

Music can be therapeutic for seniors with Alzheimer’s

Posted by Magnolia Manor on
July 24, 2019

Do you ever catch yourself humming or singing along to a song when music isn’t even playing? The power of music is so extraordinary, it gets “stuck” in our heads and can even help us recall memories.

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Topics: Alzheimers, Memory Care, Dementia

Is Mom just being forgetful or showing early signs of dementia?

Posted by Magnolia Manor on
June 04, 2019

June is Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month, and while many of us probably prefer not to think about Alzheimer’s, dementia, and other afflictions of the brain, this is an important topic that affects millions of us each year. In fact, dementia affects 47 million people around the globe.

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Topics: Alzheimers, Memory Care, Dementia, Coping