At Priority Life Care, our purpose is Independence. This independence can be a peace of mind, like in the case of mother and daughter, Linda and Betty, at Celebration Villa.
As people age, it can become more difficult to derive a sense of purpose from day-to-day life, especially after careers have come to an end and routines have changed. Within a senior community, we find that meaningful connections are more important than ever. Seniors who possess a strong social network have a significantly better overall… Read More
Upon entering residential care or assisted living facilities, many seniors begin to feel anxious and uncertain as to what their future may hold. At Priority Life Care, these concerns are eased by quality care and personal connections provided to all community members. When it comes to senior care, physical abilities and personalities can span a… Read More
The PLC Life Enrichment program actively seeks ways to engage and nurture our residents souls. Our goal is to get to know each resident and find out what makes them want to wake up everyday to fulfill a purpose or meet a goal so they may find satisfaction and a positive outlook on life.
Finding hobbies, activities, and practices that nourish the soul is essential to living a well-balanced life at any age. Priority Life Care communities encourage both residents and family members to seek these activities out in their day to day lives. Below are five simple ideas that can be incorporated into a seniors routine to boost… Read More
Moving into a senior community can be a big adjustment. If you’re planning to visit, read PLC’s suggestions to to ease your mind and make the most of your time with your loved one.
As seniors age, there is a higher risk of having complications during and after surgery. This guide reviews the care options available for seniors after surgery.
A caregiver takes care of the needs of a person with limitations arising from age, disability, illness, or injury; but then, it is proven that regardless of how rewarding this responsibility appears to be, most caregivers are likely to experience a burnout from stressors while discharging their duties. We seek to enlighten you on the… Read More
As many know, there is an inevitable predisposition to health challenges that come with aging. Continue reading to learn how some common health challenges may affect your loved one, and what you can do to support them.
The Holidays are the time when we visit elderly friends and family that we may haven’t seen in a while. While it might not be a popular subject to discuss over Thanksgiving dinner, it is a good time to take notes and make sure your loved one is safe. This article will discuss the top 4 reasons to cause concern when visiting your elderly loved one.