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Back Pain? Assisted Living Facility Swimming Pools Have The Answer

September 15, 2010 2 comments

80% of senior citizens experience significant back pain after spending most of their lives walking, standing, lifting, and twisting. In fact back pain is the most common complaint among senior citizens after upper respiratory problems. As seniors citizens are living longer, osteoporosis and arthritis have become an increasing problem as they age. Assisted Living Facilities are encouraging seniors to participate in swimming to get relief from back pain. Arthritis hydrotherapy, swimming and aquatic aerobics are activities that help relieve back pain. Warm water exercise is an excellent way for those with arthritis to build up strength, ease stiff joints and relax sore muscles. For this reason, many assisted living facilities have heated swimming pools for their seniors to utilize. Water buoyancy greatly reduces the pressure on senior joints, making it easier for them to perform their daily activities.

“Water exercise can benefit virtually everyone,” says Jane Katz, EdD, associate professor of health and physical education, City College of New York, and author of Aquafit: Water Workouts for Total Fitness. A former Olympian, she teaches fitness and swimming to New York City firefighters and police officers. She also has a special fondness for the class she teaches for women in their 60’s, 70’s and 80’s. Athletes use water activities as a type of physical therapy after an injury or to cross-train for competitive events. People with arthritis or other disabilities that inhibit physical activity use water to improve fitness, range of motion, and relieve pain and stiffness in their joints.

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Seniors who don’t know how to swim can also feel free to participate in swimming activities arranged by assisted living facilities. Assisted living facilities have swimming pools that are shallow enough so seniors can comfortably stand up in the water. Seniors who rely on a walker or wheelchair can stand in water with the help of flotation belts and water’s buoyancy. Some Assisted Living Facilities have special walkers that seniors can use to move around in the water. It goes without saying that certified life guards are on duty to make sure all assisted living residents are safe while in the water. Water buoyancy accommodates both physically fit and unfit seniors. Water cushions stiff and painful joints or fragile bones. When immersed to the waist in water, your body bears just 50% of its weight; immersed to the chest, 25%-35% and to the neck 10%. If you are a senior citizen you may want to inquire with your assisted living facility about the various aquatic activities you can participate in. You will find that swimming and other water activities will enhance your life and improve certain health conditions.

Sources: Jane Katz, EdD, associate professor of health and physical education, City College of New York, New York; author, Aquafit: Water Workouts for Total Fitness and Swimming for Total Fitness. Julie See, president, Aquatic Exercise Association, Nokomis, Fla.

800Seniors.com is a leading referral system in the Elderly Healthcare industry. We are located on 5400 Atlantis Court, Moorpark, California 93021. 800Seniors.com provides the perfect match between seniors searching for health care provisions such as Home Care, Home Health, Skilled Nursing, Hospice Care, Medical Supplies, as well as a variety of Assisted Living Chicago and Care Homes nationwide. Take the confusion and hassle out of the search. For more information call 1-800-768-8221, visit http://800seniors.com or fax us your details at (805)517-1623.

About The Author: Gloria Ha’o Schneider is an expert in senior citizen and baby boomer issues. Her topics revolve around Senior Living and Healthcare to provide the latest information to this demographic as well as their families and loved ones.

Assisted Living Facilities Monitor Levels Of Silica in Senior Citizens

September 14, 2010 Leave a comment

Most of us have heard about the importance of calcium in the development and maintenance of strong bones, but doctors are now including the importance of silicon to the list. Silicon is a trace mineral. Scientifically, not much is known about it, but silicon is considered an essential trace element and is required for good integrity of skin, ligaments, tendons and bones. Silicon is required for the proper functioning of the enzyme prolyhydroxylase, which is responsible for the formation of collagen in bone and elastin, cartilage and other connective tissues. Silicon may also be important in bone calcification. The importance of silica is no longer being ignored.  Next to oxygen, silicon is the most abundant element on earth. Assisted living facilities are learning more about silicon and its uses to improve the health conditions of senior citizens.

There has been a growing interest in silicon based products in the cosmetic industry and has been used in shampoos, creams and lotions. Products containing silica are very effective for the development of healthy skin, nails and hair. As we grow older, levels of silica decline in the body and may be the contributing factor of aging. Assisted Living Facilities have noticed that low levels of silica in seniors can trigger bone loss and heart disease. Silica has been used to heal fractures and increase bone mineralization in osteoporosis. Osteoporosis is a common condition in the elderly, particularly in women. There are no known cases of silicon deficiency but silicon plays such a significant role in bone and cartilage composition.

As early as 1878, Louis Pasteur believed that the importance of silica in treating many diseases would someday be widely recognized. Various scientists in the 20th century supported Pasteur’s theory by extensively studying the effect of silica on animal and human life. Through research done in 1972 at UCLA, Dr. Edith Carlisle found that silica is an essential trace element, necessary for normal bone development. It was determined that optimal growth and skeletal development could not occur without adequate amounts of this essential trace mineral. While studying mice, depressed growth and skull deformities occurred due to an inadequate supply of silica. Humans that lacked a sufficient amount of silica in their diet experienced cardiovascular and arterial problems, fragile bones, joint deterioration, digestive disorders, along with weakened gums and teeth.

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Once supplied with the appropriate amount of silica, the above symptoms showed considerable improvement, in addition, collagen levels elevated, calcium absorption increased, and cardiovascular support strengthened. The texture of the hair, skin and nails also improved. Scientists have also discovered that silica is important for making the collagen matrix structure where calcium deposits are used for building and strengthening bones. Silica is so imperative for forming healthy bones, that some scientists believe silica supplements are even more important than calcium for maintaining bone strength. Assisted living facilities believe that silica supplements may become even more necessary as seniors age, because their body absorbs less of it with each passing year. Assisted living facilities think that this factor may be a reason why seniors lose flexibility and joint stability, as they get older.

In addition to the ever increasing importance for silica, another challenge is that there are no food sources that provide it in large quantities. It can be found in certain cereals and grains such as oats, millet, barley and wheat. Potatoes, fruits, beets and turnips also contain silica but it usually gets eliminated when these foods are processed.  More recent research suggests that beer is a great source of silicon. Researchers ran a chemical analysis of the raw ingredients of beer. The discovered the silicon content of beer ranged from 6.4 mg/L to 56.5 mg/L, with an average of 30 mg/L. 2 beers are the equivalent of just under a 1/2 liter, so a person could get 30 mg of the nutrient from 2 beers. But other studies show that consuming more than 1 alcoholic beverage a day may be bad for senior health.

The average daily intake of silica from diet may be 20 to 50 milligrams per day, but the optimum dose is probably higher. Researchers are finding that by supplementing the diet with a minimum of 40 milligrams of silica a day, the skin shows an improvement of elasticity, texture and thickness. Added benefits include helping weakened teeth and gums, strengthening bones, and decreasing hair loss. Overall, silica was found to help the body repair, rebuild, strengthen, and lessen or eliminate many body ailments associated with aging. Assisted Living Facilities monitor the silica intake in seniors and try to incorporate healthy sources of it into their diets.

Reference: University of California, Davis’ Department of Food Science and Technology, February issue of the Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture; Roche: A-Z Guide on vitamins and minerals- Selenium, Silicon, Sodium and Sulphur;Bill Evans. Applied Health Solutions Journal. Topics of Health and Natural Healing Volume 8: May 1, 1999,”Silicon Biochemistry,” Ciba Foundation Symposium 121. John Wiley & Sons, 1986, “Silica,” Edward a. Lemmo, Ph.D. Keats Publishing, Inc., 1998.

800Seniors.com is a leading referral system in the Elderly Healthcare industry. We are located on 5400 Atlantis Court, Moorpark, California 93021. 800Seniors.com provides the perfect match between seniors searching for health care provisions such as Home Care, Home Health, Skilled Nursing, Hospice Care, Medical Supplies, as well as a variety of Assisted Living Chicago and Care Homes nationwide. Take the confusion and hassle out of the search. For more information call 1-800-768-8221, visit http://800seniors.com or fax us your details at (805)517-1623.

About The Author: Gloria Ha’o Schneider is an expert in senior citizen and baby boomer issues. Her topics revolve around Senior Living and Healthcare to provide the latest information to this demographic as well as their families and loved ones.

Safe Water Softening Treatments For Seniors Are Utilized In Assisted Living Communities

September 13, 2010 Leave a comment

If you have hard water, you probably have more than your share of scum, film, and lime deposits on a number of household surfaces. This includes bathroom fixtures, sinks, glassware and dishes. Hard water is a problem in many homes across the nation. In these cases, the water contains excessive amounts of calcium and magnesium. The minerals can end up making it difficult for water to flow smoothly through the pipes because they tend to build up inside the pipes. Hard water also makes it difficult for your soap, shampoo, and detergent to dissolve appropriately. Heating hard water can also take longer and hikes up your heating bills. Water softening is the act of reducing the dissolved calcium, magnesium, and to some degree manganese and ferrous iron ion concentration in hard water. Water softeners are used in assisted living facilities so that seniors don’t have to put up with hard water problems.

When you use a water softener unit, these minerals are replaced by other minerals, mainly sodium. That’s why choosing the right water softener salt is so important in determining the effectiveness of your unit. The most commonly used water softener salts are sodium chloride and potassium chloride. But sodium minerals can impact the health of seniors. Assisted living facilities incorporate water purification systems that don’t use sodium replacements.

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Sodium chloride is also known as salt, common salt and table salt. Potassium chloride is the chemical compound, a metal halide salt composed of potassium and chlorine. The mineral found in many foods and is needed for several functions of your body, especially the beating of your heart. Potassium chloride is used to prevent or to treat low blood levels of potassium. Potassium levels can be low because of a disease or from taking certain medicines, or after a prolonged illness with diarrhea or vomiting. Potassium chloride may also be used for other purposes not listed here. But these minerals are not healthy for seniors. Especially seniors suffering from cholesterol and heart problems will get affected by the increase in sodium intake through water softeners.

There are conflicting views on the amount of increased sodium intake by water treated with softeners. They tend to vary based on different sources. The manufacturers of water softening units and the salt suppliers claim that healthy individuals shouldn’t be affected by the small amounts of salt intake and would not cause any health problems. They do however encourage individuals with health problems such as kidney disease, diabetes, heart disease or high blood pressure to use water softeners with caution.

A Mayo Clinic hypertension specialist reports that the amount of sodium a water softener adds to tap water depends on the “hardness” of your water. The higher the concentration of calcium and magnesium in your water, the more sodium is needed to soften the water. The majority of sodium in the average diet comes from table salt and processed foods. The water from your tap may add a small amount of sodium to your diet, depending on the type of softener you use, but not a significant amount. As a rule, an 8-ounce glass of softened tap water contains less than 12.5 milligrams of sodium. According to the Food and Drug Administration nutrient guidelines, this is in the very low-sodium range. The best way to decrease the sodium in your diet is by cutting back on table salt and processed foods. Assisted living facilities are aware of the safer water softening methods that will not aggravate health conditions amongst aging seniors. Assisted living facilities utilize water purification systems that do not require the replacement of minerals with sodium.

800Seniors.com is a leading referral system in the Elderly Healthcare industry. We are located on 5400 Atlantis Court, Moorpark, California 93021. 800Seniors.com provides the perfect match between seniors searching for health care provisions such as Home Care, Home Health, Skilled Nursing, Hospice Care, Medical Supplies, as well as a variety of Assisted Living Philadelphia and Care Homes nationwide. Take the confusion and hassle out of the search. For more information call 1-800-768-8221, visit http://800seniors.com or fax us your details at (805)517-1623.

About The Author: Gloria Ha’o Schneider is an expert in senior citizen and baby boomer issues. Her topics revolve around Senior Living and Healthcare to provide the latest information to this demographic as well as their families and loved ones.

Assisted Living Communities Offer Senior Safe Bathrooms To Prevent Falls And Accidents

September 12, 2010 Leave a comment

Many seniors as they get older feel they have no option but to neglect their personal hygiene. This is because seniors are afraid their bathrooms will be the cause of an accident or fall. Slippery bathrooms are the reason why seniors end up in the hospital for broken hips, legs, arms and other injuries. Seniors do not have the ability to heal quickly and end up suffering for long amounts of time till they are able to overcome their injuries. Assisted living communities provide seniors with a solution to this problem. Assisted living communities have senior safe bathrooms for their residents to make use of. They have all the features in place to minimize the risk of injury in the bathroom. Assisted Living Communities are dedicated to improving the conditions of seniors and at the same time allowing them to live independently for as long as they are capable.

Assisted living facilities feel responsible for protecting their seniors from injuries. Assisted living facilities know how detrimental a physical injury can be for seniors. Juggling several health conditions and a physical injury, some senior immune systems are just not able to cope. Assisted living facilities incorporate senior safe bathrooms by making sure the floors are slip resistant. They ensure all bathroom rugs and carpets are secured and fastened to the floor. Showers, tubs, and bathroom walls have railings for seniors to hold on to as they utilize the bathroom. Corners and edges are padded to make sure seniors don’t hurt themselves. The temperature of water is controlled to make sure that water can never get too hot or too cold. Most assisted living facilities fasten stools and chairs in the shower stall so seniors don’t have to worry about falling. Then with a hand held shower seniors can direct the water as they need it.

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The toilets in senior safe bathrooms are a lot higher than normal bathroom fixtures so that seniors don’t have to stoop lower than necessary. Stooping is what makes a senior uncomfortable as it could cause their knee to buckle or they could suddenly lose their balance. Toilets in assisted living facilities are approximately 5 to 7 inches higher so seniors can easily sit down and stand up. Most assisted living facilities have telephones or intercom systems installed in the bathrooms so seniors can easily request for assistance if needed. Feel at peace knowing your seniors are well taken care of in an assisted living facility. Senior safe bathrooms are just one of the many aspects incorporated in assisted living communities. They offer quality medical care based on the need of senior citizens as well as a range of recreational amenities. The features and services offered in Assisted Living Communities make seniors look forward to their retirement years.

800Seniors.com is a leading referral system in the Elderly Healthcare industry. We are located on 5400 Atlantis Court, Moorpark, California 93021. 800Seniors.com provides the perfect match between seniors searching for health care provisions such as Home Care, Home Health, Skilled Nursing, Hospice Care, Medical Supplies, as well as a variety of Assisted Living Chicago and Care Homes nationwide. Take the confusion and hassle out of the search. For more information call 1-800-768-8221, visit http://800seniors.com or fax us your details at (805)517-1623.

About The Author: Gloria Ha’o Schneider is an expert in senior citizen and baby boomer issues. Her topics revolve around Senior Living and Healthcare to provide the latest information to this demographic as well as their families and loved ones.

Ancient Chinese Exercises Taking Shape in Assisted Living Facilities

September 11, 2010 Leave a comment

“No leaps, no high kicks, no running. The feet always firmly on the ground…movements intrinsically beautiful and at the same time charged with symbolic meaning. Thought taking shape in ritual and stylized gesture. The whole body transformed, like a poem or a piece of music. Movements of the muscles representing movements of the consciousness…It’s meditation in action.”

This was a quote taken from The Island, author Aldous Huxley’s last major work. What he described is a very popular form of exercise called Tai Chi. Based on his description of low impact gestures and graceful movements, it’s no wonder Tai Chi classes are being offered to seniors at assisted living communities and elderly health care facilities all over the nation. Tai Chi is a slow motion, moving meditative exercise for relaxation, health and self defense. Originally from China, Tai Chi has gained an enormous fan following in America and throughout the rest of the world. Tai Chi has been especially popular among baby boomers because of the health benefits this exercise offers them.

Tai Chi is now recognized by the U.S. National Institute of Health’s Office of Alternative Medicine as an important method of Alternative Health Care. Over 75% of traditional medical schools in the USA now provide training in natural, complimentary medicine and some schools have set up departments to research these styles of exercise. Tai Chi is best described as a moving form of yoga and meditation combined. The exercise use a set of “forms” which consist of a sequence of movements. Many of the movements are originally derived from martial arts and from the natural movements of animals.  The way the forms are performed in Tai Chi is slowly, softly and gracefully with smooth and even transitions between them. The slow movement of Tai Chi makes it the ideal exercise for assisted living residents to follow. Assisted living facilities usually offer one on one Tai Chi training or arrange group classes for seniors.

Tai Chi is a good way for elderly people to return to exercise if they have not been regular with their physical activity. Tai Chi can be looked at as a form of physical therapy for assisted living residents to move and stretch their muscles without injuring themselves. According to a new study, the low-impact Chinese exercise can help older people regain some of the physical functioning they may have lost due to inactivity. Seniors taking Tai Chi classes in assisted living facilities reported better physical functioning both at the 3 month midpoint and the 6 month end point of a pilot study done by Fuzhong Li, PhD. of the Oregon Research Institute.

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The study included 72 people between the ages of 65 and 96. These assisted living residents were split into groups that participated in an hour long class twice a week for 6 months and a control group that was promised a 4 week class at the end of the study. “We found significant improvements within 3 months on a low intensity program conducted twice a week. Our results also showed improved benefits from 6 months of participation, suggesting that additional health gains can be derived from a longer period of participation,” the researchers say.

On completion of the study, the assisted living seniors were also twice as likely as the control group to report not being limited in their ability to perform moderate to vigorous activities. Through grants from the National Institute on Aging, the researchers are continuing their examination of the effects of Tai Chi on senior health. Assisted living facilities are allowing their seniors to participate in such studies in order to find the factors and conditions that promote their well being. Tai Chi exercises have also been instrumental in improving symptoms caused by arthritis, strengthening the immune system, improving high blood pressure and easing the effects of osteoporosis among assisted living residents. Assisted Living Facilities have noticed that seniors taking even 15 minutes a day to exercise will notice a significant improvement in their health.

800Seniors.com is a leading referral system in the Elderly Healthcare industry. We are located on 5400 Atlantis Court, Moorpark, California 93021. 800Seniors.com provides the perfect match between seniors searching for health care provisions such as Home Care, Home Health, Skilled Nursing, Hospice Care, Medical Supplies, as well as a variety of Assisted Living New York and Care Homes nationwide. Take the confusion and hassle out of the search. For more information call 1-800-768-8221, visit http://800seniors.com or fax us your details at (805)517-1623.

About The Author: Gloria Ha’o Schneider is an expert in senior citizen and baby boomer issues. Her topics revolve around Senior Living and Healthcare to provide the latest information to this demographic as well as their families and loved ones.

A Safer Candle For Seniors In Assisted Living Communities

September 10, 2010 Leave a comment

“All the darkness in the world cannot extinguish the light of a single candle.”
This was a quote by St. Francis of Assisi. Embraced by almost every faith, creed and nationality, there is something special about a solitary flame and the energy exchange that a candle puts forth. Who hasn’t been be touched by a candle in reference to any of the religions you choose to follow? People of all faiths and backgrounds, can join in a candlelight vigil to grieve, or come together for a common purpose. Candles touch our souls, and emanate a feeling of warmth, calm and well being. Most assisted living facilities do not allow candles on their premises due to fire hazard. To ensure the safety of their residents assisted living facilities enforce these precautionary measures. However many seniors including those who live in nursing homes and assisted living facilities enjoy the mood set by a candlelight.

Now there are rechargeable, battery operated candles available in the market to reduce the risk of fire hazard. Assisted living facilities are investing in these battery operated candles so that seniors can enjoy the flicker of a candle light without putting themselves at risk. These battery operated candles provide the romantic ambience without the smoke and hazard of fire. These candles never burn out and can be switched off just like a flash light.

The Interesting History of Candles
Candles have a unique place in our society today and provide insight into our past. There is no recorded history of candle making. However references to lighting candles date back to ancient times, as early as 3000 B.C. in Crete and Egypt. Candles are mentioned in Biblical writings as early as the 10th century B.C. In the 4th century B.C., the ancient Egyptians developed candles by soaking the pithy core of reeds in molten tallow (animal fat). These rush lights had no wick like a candle. The early Romans are credited with developing the candle with a wick that was made from papyrus, a tall Mediterranean reed.

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During The Middle Ages, beeswax was introduced into the candle making process. Beeswax is the substance secreted by honeybees to make honeycombs. Beeswax candles were a major improvement over candles made from tallow since they did not produce a smoky flame or emit an unpleasant odor when burned. Instead, beeswax candles burned pure and clean. After the 16th century, living standards improved as candlesticks and candleholders were put to regular use in households. At that time, candles were most often sold by the pound in bundles. Everyday candles were made of animal fat usually from sheep or cows. These candles were usually a dark, yellowish color and probably didn’t smell much like any of today’s popular scents such as crisp linen, sea breeze or cucumber frappe. Since candles are not allowed in assisted living facilities they utilize plug in air fresheners to make the resident rooms smell nice.

In India, the use of animal fat in candles was prohibited by religious decree so candles were made from wax skimmed while boiling cinnamon. In Judaism, candles play a significant role at Hanukah representing the 8 days for which the lamp burned with oil found in the temple after the Greeks had ransacked it. There was only enough oil to light the lamp for 1 day but miraculously the lamp burned for 8 days. The sacred celebration is observed by lighting 1 candle each of the 8 days. The 9th candle in the Menorah called the Shamash is used to light the other 8. Early Chinese and Japanese candles were molded in paper tubes. They were made out of a wax from an insect known as a Cocus and were mixed with seeds from various trees. The wicks were made of rolled up rice paper. North America native Indians produced light by inserting oily dried smelt into a slit at the end of a stick and lighting it. Assisted Living Facilities around the country go to great efforts in providing an environment with a true sense of home for their residents. Assisted living facilities provide your senior loved ones with a safe, comforting environment by introducing gadgets such as  the battery operated candle.

800Seniors.com is a leading referral system in the Elderly Healthcare industry. We are located on 5400 Atlantis Court, Moorpark, California 93021. 800Seniors.com provides the perfect match between seniors searching for independent accommodations such as Assisted Living Facilities Los Angeles, Care Homes, Skilled Nursing Facilities, as well as a variety of Home Healthcare services nationwide. Take the confusion and hassle out of the search. For more information call 1-800-768-8221, visit http://800seniors.com or fax us your details at (805)517-1623.

About The Author: Gloria Ha’o Schneider is an expert in senior citizen and baby boomer issues. Her topics revolve around Senior Living and Healthcare to provide the latest information to this demographic as well as their families and loved ones.

Florida The “Other” Hollywood And A Popular Assisted Living Destination For Seniors

September 9, 2010 Leave a comment

When referring to Hollywood, most people immediately think of the neighborhood in Los Angeles, California where movie stars claim their fame. But there is another Hollywood in our nation that most people have not heard of. It is quickly becoming the most popular destination for assisted living for seniors. This Hollywood city of Florida is nicknamed the “Diamond of the Gold Coast.” It doesn’t take brain science to understand why seniors are flocking to the assisted living facilities in this city. Hollywood has about 6 miles of palm shaded, sandy beaches along the Atlantic Ocean, with sunny weather most of the year round.

Most seniors prefer spending their retirement in regions which have warm summers and mild winters. In this context Hollywood, Florida is definitely a perfect fit for the elderly citizens of our nation. The city’s age demographic shows a mixed population with approximately 18% of people who are over 65 years of age or older. Most of the senior citizens have opted for the laid back lifestyle of an assisted living community. Assisted living communities provide seniors with all the recreational and medical amenities they require along with the convenience of socializing with seniors nearby.  The assisted living facilities in Hollywood have many choices to offer an exceptional, carefree, secure, and rewarding lifestyle for senior citizens. Most senior citizens have never looked back after moving to an assisted living community in Hollywood because they enjoy the lifestyle thoroughly. With Miami 18 miles to the South, Miami Beach 13 miles to the South and Ft. Lauderdale 7 miles to the North, it becomes the perfect hub for seniors who want to travel to areas nearby. Seniors can choose to run relatively active lifestyles outside of the Assisted Living Facility to visit family, friends or just see the sights.

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Hollywood is such a beautiful setting with so many options for senior excursions such as taking a stroll to see the vibrant storefronts, quaint brick lined sidewalks, diverse restaurant selections and unique boutiques. The downtown area is frequently the scene of festivals, art and cultural activities, parades and live entertainment. Many assisted living facilities like to encourage seniors to experience these cultural events by arranging pick up and drop off transportation services for them. Oh and yes, the beach! After joining an assisted living community in Hollywood, seniors feel like they’re in heaven! What a wonderful way to spend retirement. If you have senior loved ones who now require assistance to carry out their daily routine it is the right time to check out assisted living communities. Assisted Living Facilities build specific service plans for their residents according to their needs, without trying to change their habits and lifestyle that they are familiar with.

800Seniors.com is a leading referral system in the Elderly Healthcare industry. We are located on 5400 Atlantis Court, Moorpark, California 93021. 800Seniors.com provides the perfect match between seniors searching for health care provisions such as Home Care, Home Health, Skilled Nursing, Hospice Care, Medical Supplies, as well as a variety of Assisted Living San Diego and Care Homes nationwide. Take the confusion and hassle out of the search. For more information call 1-800-768-8221, visit http://800seniors.com or fax us your details at (805)517-1623.

About The Author: Gloria Ha’o Schneider is an expert in senior citizen and baby boomer issues. Her topics revolve around Senior Living and Healthcare to provide the latest information to this demographic as well as their families and loved ones.

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