If you’ve been researching senior living, by now you’ve likely realized the industry has its own lingo. It may seem confusing at first, but there’s a very good reason behind it. A more personalized experience! Senior living isn’t one-size-fits-all, especially at...
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It’s wonderful news that the FDA has approved COVID-19 vaccines, and especially that some seniors, like those at Navion communities, have priority access in getting vaccinated. However, we understand that some may be anxious about the vaccines or at the very least...
We’ve all been waiting on good news regarding the pandemic, particularly seniors as well as other high-risk groups and finally, that news is here: COVID-19 vaccines have been approved by the FDA and the CDC has recommended that residents in senior living be among the...
What’s one way to start 2021 with some much-needed peace of mind? Check out these tips to help seniors manage their money during COVID-19.
If you’re concerned about senior living funding for your loved one we can help. Learn about the cost of care, what’s impacting it and options to offset it here.
Senior living isn’t seen as an investment but it should be because of the value it offers. Learn how the lifestyle supports overall wellbeing which is a key to healthy aging.
Senior scams are on the rise, especially those related to COVID-19. Learn the most common senior scams & how seniors can protect themselves.
From cost & what affects it to what’s covered by Medicare to funding options, we answer some of our frequently asked questions on how to pay for senior care.
Learn the differences in care, services & cost as we compare assisted living vs. memory care to find the best fit for a loved one with Alzheimer’s or dementia.
Cost is often a driving factor in whether to move to senior living or stay home. But surprisingly, home isn’t always less! See when & why.
Discuss the unique benefits memory care can offer those with dementia/Alzheimer’s.
What’s the difference between independent living and assisted living? And which one is the best fit for you or your love one?