A Year in Review

  As we look back on 2018, it is especially fitting for us to reflect on the amazing year we’ve had a give thanks for it! We are so thankful! In addition to providing excellent care for our residents, we were fortunate to celebrate many milestones with our...

5 Ways to Motivate Yourself to Stay Active

There are many reasons why we might become more sedentary as we age; health issues, pain or balance, etc. Or perhaps you feel that exercise is just not for you. No matter your current physical condition, these tips can help you stay motivated to keep moving! Keep in...

3 Ways to Cope with Transition

Moving from home to a senior living community is hard for both the senior and the caregiver. The transition is emotional and bittersweet for all those involved. According to the Family Caregiver Alliance, “An estimated 44 million Americans age 18 and older provide...

Resident Spotlight: Marian Byrne

  The Landings is an exciting place to work and provides great care to its happy residents! Every now and then, it’s nice to take a break from the daily hustle to kick back, chat, and find out more about our residents! This month, we introduce you to, Marian...

4 Ways to Overcome Objections to Senior Living

You start to see a change in mom and you know it’s time to have the conversation about getting more medical help. What do you do? For most of us, senior living isn’t a conversation until it’s necessary. Most don’t make plans to move in to a senior living community...

Spending the Day at The Landings Adult Day Service

What does a senior in Adult Day really do at The Landings all day long? This is the question many caregivers ask when seeking respite care for their loved ones. Here’s what a typical day might look like at The Landings Adult Day:  A day-in-the-life 8:00 am You arrive...

6 Health Benefits of Socializing Seniors

As we get older, medical issues and conditions may keep up from socializing as we once did in our younger years. A diminishing social life may occur due to the loss of friends, busyness or illnesses. Overtime this isolation can lead to health risks in seniors....