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Spring is the season of new beginnings. New buds form and bloom on flowers and trees, animals come out of hibernation, and the temperatures begin to rise. The air feels lighter, and the atmosphere is…

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Independence is something we all crave and strive to maintain, making it challenging for us to ask for or accept help from time to time. As we get older, our desire for independence can also…

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Live Oak Village is highlighting their Resident Homemaker Director, Gywen Dumas, who has been with the community for 22 years! February 18, 2021, marks Gywen’s 22nd year with Live Oak Village. This past year, she was honored with…

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It is important to feel happy and supported in any community or environment. These two elements work together to create a high quality of life. At Haven Memory Care, located in Gulf Shores, Alabama, our highest…

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The outbreak of COVID-19 in 2020 caused a worldwide pandemic. As we continue to navigate these unique times, there have been many questions regarding the best practices on stopping the spread of the virus and…

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Alzheimer’s disease and dementia are often used interchangeably; however, these two terms refer to different conditions. Think of them as a square and a rectangle. A square is a rectangle, but a rectangle is not…

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Written by Harry Cline, NewCaregiver.org  Structural modifications, safety precautions, and technological upgrades can make it easier for older adults to age in place. From handrails in the bathroom to automatic chair lifts, there are many ways…

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Researching senior living options for yourself or a family member is a significant task. You may have questions without the slightest clue on who to ask or where to find the answers. Luckily, you have…

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Scarce COVID-19 vaccine is currently limited to people in the very high-risk category. The Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH) follows the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) guidance regarding the administration of the COVID-19…

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