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How to Celebrate the Holidays with Your Loved One in an Assisted Living Community

celebrate holidays with your loved one in assisted living

When your loved one is in an assisted living community, celebrating the holidays may feel odd for both of you. After all, you’re used to spending holidays at home, surrounded by familiarity. While transitioning to an assisted living community can have its challenges, holidays and special occasions can be just as meaningful at Windrose at … Read more

The Importance of Regular Visits for Seniors with Memory Loss

Whether you have a loved one showing small signs of memory problems or you have a loved one who has severe symptoms of Alzheimer’s, caring for them can be difficult. Caregiving is often physically demanding and emotionally draining since dementia can impact not just memory but mood, personality, and cognitive abilities. At some point, it … Read more

Summer Activities for Seniors

At Windrose at Woburn, we make sure our residents can live life to the fullest, which includes social, artistic, musical, and physical activities. Fun activities can keep their minds and bodies sharp, which is why we offer a full calendar with a wide range of different events and pastimes to choose from. Everyone will find … Read more

How to Keep Seniors Hydrated Throughout the Summer

Hydration is essential at any age. For seniors, dehydration is a more serious issue since they are more likely to become dehydrated, less likely to notice their dehydration, and less able to recover from the resulting health complications. Here at Windrose at Woburn, we understand the risks of dehydration in seniors and know what steps … Read more

What Does Memory Care Mean?

What Does Memory Care Mean?

The Basics of Memory Care Memory loss is relatively common among aging adults and almost a certainty for those with conditions of dementia such as Alzheimer’s. The loss of memory is often associated with confusion, frustration, and lower quality of life. After all, memory loss not only results in impaired cognitive function but changes in … Read more