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Visit Family and Friends Virtually with Zoom, FaceTime, or WhatsApp

It’s always important to stay connected to the relationships that are meaningful to us. When families and friends are strewn across the country or the world, it can be hard to maintain those relationships. Add in a worldwide pandemic, and it may seem even harder to stay in touch with your loved ones. The good news is video conferencing technology — accessible, easy to use, and very often, free!

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Healthy Comfort Foods from Your Pantry

Great Tips and a Recipe from Your Friends at Wesley Enhanced Living

With the current situation in the world, there is no better time to be cozying up with a warm, delicious meal. It’s the perfect time to break out your favorite comfort food recipes and get cooking! Keeping a few staples on hand to whip up a tasty dish can work some magic in your day.

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3 Suggestions for Fun Things to Do at Home

From the Caring Team at Wesley Enhanced Living

Retirement can seem like a daunting period in your life. You may find yourself with more time on your hands than you know what to do with.  It can be difficult to find ways to fill up that time with meaningful activities, especially if you have limited access to transportation. The good news is that there are plenty of fun activities that you can do from home that you might not have known were possible. 

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Aging Veteran’s Guide to Planning for the Future

As a veteran, you have spent years defending America in both peacetime and war. You lived day-to-day, dedicating your life to your country. As you age, it is vital to consider your next steps and to plan for the future. From health to housing benefits, the Veteran’s Administration has helped with your immediate needs. What about retirement?

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How to Deal with Seniors Who Don’t Want Help

Tips for Caregivers and Family Members from Wesley Enhanced Living 

As a parent begins to age, and the parent-child roles seem to reverse, we often find that mom or dad is reluctant to make changes to their lifestyle. So, how do you deal with a parent who won’t accept their age-related limitations? You have their best interests at heart, but how do you get them to see your point of view and genuine concern for their well-being?

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