How Senior Living at The Village Helped My Mom

When Marcia and Stanley Phillips decided to move to Gainesville for retirement, they chose the university town for its cultural focus and natural beauty. Marcia enjoyed kayaking on the nearby waterways, joining friends for book club and volunteering at Florida...

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Understanding The Signs of Caregiver Fatigue

If you are one of the more than 40 million adults in North America taking care of an elderly loved one, then you have a lot on your plate. In addition to serving as a caregiver for your parents, you must also meet the demands of your career and your own children. Your...

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Signs Your Loved One May Need Assisted Living

One of the most challenging times in your life is deciding when your loved one needs care beyond your capabilities. For many, this person is the one who raised and nurtured you through adulthood—but now you’re the caregiver and it’s time to consider your loved one’s...

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Am I Really Ready for a Retirement Community?

“That’s not for me. It’s for old people.” That’s a common phrase people will say when contemplating a move to a senior living community. Let’s face it, deciding where you want to live in your senior years is a big decision, and you want to make the right choice at the...

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A Look at Our Memory Care

As dementia and Alzheimer’s disease progress, so do the needs of your loved one. Whether it’s early-to-late stage dementia or Alzheimer’s disease, your goal is to ensure that your loved one not only feels at peace in a memory care environment, but also that the...

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Meet Susan Nassif: Enjoying Nature, Enjoying Life!

Susan Nassif and her husband, David, share their love of Madison, the state capital of Wisconsin and home of the University of Wisconsin-Madison. It is where David worked in medical research and where they later had two children—a daughter who remains in Madison and a...

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