With so many options, it can be hard to agree on the best restaurant in Minneapolis. There’s no question that finding good food is easy if you plan to dine out. But how do you find local restaurants in Minneapolis with plenty of options for someone with dietary restrictions? Our residents love to go out to eat with loved ones
Get Out and Explore: Outdoor Activities in Minneapolis
With warm weather and sunny skies, get out and enjoy outdoor activities in the Twin Cities. If you are coming in for a visit, find some outdoor activities to enjoy your stay and explore the city. Or if you are local and looking for something new to do with your loved ones, consider trying one of the many outdoor things
Milwaukee Walking Trails for Senior Residents
Summer is the perfect time of year to get out and explore Milwaukee trails for walking and hiking. If you are in Milwaukee visiting a loved one at one of our senior living communities, consider going for a walk or hike. Staying active can help seniors improve relationships, improve memory, and reduce the risk of depression. Check out our list of
Best Places for Seniors to Eat in Milwaukee
Like most Midwest, blue-collar towns, Milwaukee is home to many restaurants serving classic American food and meals. However, up-and-coming chefs bring new culinary perspectives to restaurants across the city. Specifically, more and more of the best restaurants in Milwaukee offer healthier, seasonal menu items. Fresher food gives senior diners with restrictive diets more delicious options when eating out. Our New
How Do Nutritional Needs Change With Age?
Make sure to eat enough fiber: Fiber helps lower our risk for heart disease, control our weight and prevent Type 2 diabetes. Whole grain bread and cereals, beans, peas, fruits, and vegetables are all fiber-rich foods that should be included in our diet every day. Get enough Vitamin B12: Most of us do not get enough B12 in our diets. B12 is
What is Respite Care for the Elderly?
Respite care can be used to supplement care for seniors recovering from a hospital visit, or simply to give their caretaker some time for themselves. Whatever the reason, looking after a loved one can be a full-time job, and caregivers should never feel guilty for wanting a break. Read on to learn what the purpose and the benefits of respite