If you just moved to a retirement care community or an assisted living center, you might have neighbors you don’t necessarily see eye to eye with. Or alternatively, you might be the type who likes to relax with a good book, rather than get too friendly with the neighbors. Regardless of what your reasons might
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So it’s almost the holiday season again, and as the new year approaches, you will want to keep your senior family members from feeling under the weather. I know I’d want my kids to cheer me up when I get older – who wouldn’t? Of course, doing that while not seeming like you’re a know-it-all
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According to the researchers, socialization plays an extremely important role in the life of senior citizens, being an essential aspect that should not be overlooked.  Rosemark At Mayfair Park Denver assisted living communities have plenty of socialization opportunities, with people of the same age, and this interaction with others is the best antidote for boredom
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Making the transition from the home where you have been living for decades to a retirement community doesn’t happen overnight – adjustment to the new circumstances might take some time and the time needed is different for everyone, but with a well-chosen, locally owned and managed senior living Denver community, you can get your like
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Choosing the Right Senior Community for Your Parents Many of us face life’s hard reality of finding a comfortable, safe and trustworthy senior living community for our aging parents or loved ones. It’s never an easy task, and one that raises a lot of questions, demands straight-forward answers, and will obviously take time, attention, and
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Preparing Yourself and Your Aging Parents for Senior Living As your parents age, you are probably stepping in with home maintenance, laundry, meals, shopping and driving. With a little help, many older adults remain happy and healthy living independently in their family homes. However, the equilibrium of independent living can change quickly. Increasingly poor judgment,
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  Like many Boomers, you’re probably helping your aging parents around the house. Maybe it started as changing sheets, fixing a loose doorknob or running a few errands. Now it’s grown to cooking meals, housework and monitoring medications. Where is the line between helping your parents stay in their home and giving them the care
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Age or Alzheimer’s?

September 20, 2017 | Posted in The Rosemark Way

Is it age or Alzheimer’s? Is your loved one just getting older, or could their behavior signal something more serious, such as dementia or Alzheimer’s?   10 Early Symptoms of Dementia     Short-term memory lapses Forgetting what was for breakfast, where you left something, why you entered a room or what you were supposed
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Top 10 Signs of Potential Elder Abuse Withdrawal, depression and fear of talking openly Isolation, especially from family or friends Physical trauma, such as burn marks, unexplained bruises and welts Poor personal hygiene, such as bad odor or dirty, matted hair Malnourishment, dehydration or an untreated medical condition Unsanitary living conditions Bank withdrawals when the
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In July, a lively group of young people from Mile High Job Corp flooded through Rosemark’s doors and sat down with our Trellis Memory Support residents. The laughter and stories could be heard throughout the community, as residents schooled millennials on owning the world’s first credit cards and the youngsters responded with tales of self-driving cars.
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