Arts Colonies for Seniors

Today’s senior housing offers a lot more than just puzzles and pinochle. Now, seniors who want to flex their creative muscles well into their golden years can take advantage of arts colonies cropping up across California – and hopefully soon ...

 
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Architects Sleep Over in Senior Living for Design Direction

The idea was born in 2008, when David Dillard, a principal at D2 Architecture and part of the American Institute of Architects (AIA), was managing over 75 employees, about 40 percent of which specialized in architecture for seniors. “The Sleepover Project” was his ...

 
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Summer Visiting Ideas for Assisted Living

Visiting a relative or friend in assisted living does not have to consist of sitting in the apartment, chatting about the weather, making small talk, twiddling thumbs, or checking watches. Forgo these visits in favor of something a bit more ...

 
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Creative Alzheimer’s Care Options

Alzheimer’s care, whether stand-alone or in a separate wing/unit, is perhaps the setting that has -- and will continue -- to see the most change in the shortest period of time. In fact, a SeniorHousingNews.com article released ...

 
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