Continuing Care Retirement Communities in Sussex County
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Activities of Daily Living: What Are ADLs and IADLs?
Article: Activities of daily living (ADLs) are basic self-care tasks, akin to the kinds of skills that people usually learn in early childhood. They include feeding, toileting, selecting proper attire, grooming, maintaining continence, putting on clothes, Bathing, walking and transferring (such as moving from bed to wheelchair).
Dreamy Senior Living: Retirement Options You Never Imagined
Article: Senior living options are changing -- and some of the options available are downright dreamy. Don't put off your senior living planning. Get inspired by continuing care communities and independent living options.
20 Tips to Help You Get Rid of Junk
Article: For adults over 60, only a spouse's death or divorce is more stressful than moving. Here, 20 expert-tested tips to make downsizing or transitioning to assited living, memory care, independent living or continuing care communties easier for everyone.