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Why Skilled Nursing Care for Mom? She Is Not Sick!

Understanding the type of care your loved one can receive at an continuing care retirement community helps you make the best decisions for the welfare of your family member. Just because mom is not sick, does not mean she may not benefit from skilled nursing care. If she has escalating health issues requiring a high-level of medical care, then being in a facility that offers skilled nursing can help. If dad is recovering from surgery and you are not able to care for him 24/7, a retirement home with trained nurses may be the answer. At Wesley Enhanced Living, you or your loved one will receive the highest level of medical care available without being in a hospital. Our nursing staff is available 24 hours a day to monitor your progress.

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Independent Living Should Actually Be Called “Interdependent Living”

One of America’s core values is that of being independent. We pride ourselves on our ability to drive anywhere we like, build a business, and define our own destinies. This is more noticeable as we grow older. As you age, your desire to remain independent wanes with your health and mobility changes. It is not long before you realize that you are dependent on others – to take you to the store or to doctor appointments or just for companionship. Instead of being independent like the Lone Ranger, you discover you are interdependent on others. You can enjoy interdependent living when you move to a maintenance-free senior living community at Wesley Enhanced Living. We have the activities and support you need to enjoy your retirement.

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Fall Risks and Ways to Prevent Them

No matter what your age, falling can result in injury, some may even be severe. As you age, the severity of your injuries from a fall increases. What you may have shrugged off in your 20s could lead to surgery and a hospital stay as you grow older. Not only are there risks of falling outside, but one area most seniors and their caregivers tend to overlook is the danger of falling inside the home.

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Common Aging Issues and How to Deal with Them

In today’s era of advanced medicine, it is now possible to stop working at 65 and still have plenty of time to enjoy your retirement. Maybe you look forward to playing golf each day or rediscovering a hobby from the years before you had a family and responsibilities. While thoughts of lazy days may include doing what you want, when you want is attractive, it may not be quite what you envisioned. It is not uncommon for seniors to face boredom and loneliness as they come to terms with retirement. Loss of stamina and chronic ailments like arthritis, respiratory diseases, or even plain old forgetfulness may leave you wondering if this is all there is left to live. You do not have to endure aging alone when you move to Wesley Enhanced Living. Our communities strive to help you not only handle aging but also remain independent and even flourish during your golden years.

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Meeting Your Dietary Needs as You Age

Giving your body the right nutrients as you age is essential to maintaining your weight and your health. Your nutritional needs now are different than when you were in your twenties. No longer can you eat a juicy hamburger, salty fries, and drink a chocolate milkshake every other day. Instead, you need to eat the way your body processes food. Keeping a few changes in mind will help you understand why that hamburger no longer meets your body’s needs and what you can do to eat better. Retirement is about enjoying life. Eating healthy will increase your overall wellness and improve your golden years.

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