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How to Decide if Independent Living in a Community is Right for You

Posted by Jim Fuller on Nov 29, 2018 11:38:00 AM
If you're like most people you've looked forward to retirement for a long time. Now that it's getting close or arrived though, you may begin to wonder just how you want to spend it. Independent living in a community is one option, so here's some help in deciding if it's a viable option for your lifestyle.
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Tags: West Seattle Senior Living, Senor Living Advice, finding a retirement community, Independent Living Choices, West Seattle retirement community, Retirement Planning in West Seattle, How to Choose a Retirement Community, Selecting a Retirement Community, West Seattle Senior Retirement Options

4 Questions to Ask When Assessing Levels of Care for an Aging Parent

Posted by Jim Fuller on Aug 25, 2016 6:00:00 AM
As you work to find an appropriate facility for your aging parent, you must consider the level of care they need. This is often a difficult situation to handle, but it can be simplified by asking four specific questions.
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Tags: finding a retirement community, Assisted Living in West Seattle, West Seattle Senior Living

Will my Parent Be Alone in Assisted Living?

Posted by Jim Fuller on Aug 18, 2016 6:00:00 AM
One of the main concerns adult children have when a parent moves to assisted living is whether he or she will be alone. The answer is simple: yes, and no!
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Tags: finding a retirement community, Assisted Living in West Seattle

Should On-Site Physical Therapy Make a Difference?

Posted by Jim Fuller on Aug 4, 2016 6:00:00 AM
Choosing an assisted living facility can be a daunting task, and checking out the staff at each resident is a vital step in the decision-making process. While you’re investigating the people who will be caring for your parents, make sure the facility has a physical therapist on-site!
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Tags: finding a retirement community, Assisted Living in West Seattle

How to Not Feel Guilty About Taking Care of You When You are a Caregiver

Posted by Jim Fuller on Jul 7, 2016 6:00:00 AM
As you care for a senior family member, you may begin to notice you don’t feel as energetic as you once did. The added work and stress begin to take a toll on you as you try to manage two households and deal with multiple issues. Taking care of yourself may seem like a luxury, but in reality, it’s essential for you to continue caring for your loved one.
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Tags: finding a retirement community, Assisted Living in West Seattle, Healthy Seniors in West Seattle Living

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