If you’re caring for a senior loved one, you know that trying to balance schedules, remember medications, and track symptoms can be a challenging part of the job. While being a caregiver is rewarding, it is a big responsibility. But [...]
In 2020, now that travel has become increasingly restrictive (at least for the short-haul) it’s refreshing to learn that seniors living with dementia at Sunshine Retirement Living communities can now tour the world via virtual reality (VR). Their virtual adventures [...]
Seniors have over 70 options to consider when making decisions about memory care Today’s seniors have more options than ever before when it comes to assisted living and memory care services. In fact, a quick online search of “assisted living [...]
As we get older, it’s super important to prioritize our health and well-being. A balanced diet plays a crucial role in maintaining good health, and what better way to embrace a healthier lifestyle than by incorporating fresh and nutritious vegetables into our meals? This season offers an abundance of colorful and flavorful veggies that can be the foundation of delicious and wholesome meals.
Keep reading for some delightful veggie-based meal ideas from our community in Lake Charles, LA – which will allow you to enjoy the season’s bountiful harvest and promote a healthier lifestyle:https://ow.ly/uXuz50PPqFQ
We all want to start our days on the right foot, and prioritizing a well-balanced breakfast is a great way to make sure you have energy all day! Our residents have access to healthy breakfasts every day of the week, but for our friends at home, one easy way to add a nutritious punch to your morning meal is by adding spinach to a simple scramble.
It is extremely easy to make for yourself or a loved one if you’re short on time in the morning. Simply heat up a nonstick pan, add your eggs, some spinach, and a little of your favorite seasoning (we love everything bagel seasoning)! Turn the eggs occasionally to cook them through, and you're ready to eat.
If you have more time, you can add cheese or avocados too!