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.
Senior Living communities continue to be the right option for many seniors. Here are 4 benefits to choosing senior living community in today’s world.
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
Choosing a senior community for your loved one is one of the most important care decisions you’ll make; use this quick guide to everything you need to know about senior care terminology.
You might hear people say that working in senior care is a job they just couldn’t do. Well, they don’t know what they are missing out on! Of course, there is work involved, but taking care of seniors isn’t just a job, and the rewards go far beyond receiving a paycheck every two weeks.
Priority Life Care created a toolkit aimed to protect our residents, families, and staff against COVID-19 and other communicable diseases.
Communicating effectively with someone who has dementia will help reduce agitation in you and your loved one. Use these 10 easy tips to make communicating easy!
Sevy Petras, CEO of Priority Life Care, visits with Bridge the Gap. Sevy talks about starting Priority Life Care with her family over Thanksgiving dinner, getting creative to offer affordable assisted living while maintaining quality of care, and keeping a positive culture from top-down.
It’s Never 2 Late (iN2L), the pioneer and market leader of engagement technology designed for residents in senior living communities, has successfully rolled out Priority Life Care communities Oak Park Village at Hammond and Oak Park Village Slidell in Louisiana. With iN2L, residents can intuitively ‘touch their way’ to person-centered programs and meaningful experiences.
There is a point, as adult children when we may ask ourselves if it is still safe for our parent(s) to be living at home.