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Why You Should Retire in Waterville

December 28th, 2017

Just outside of the lively city of Toledo, Waterville, Ohio offers the quaint charm of small-town living. With unique local businesses and multiple parks, Waterville serves as an ideal location for relaxation and enjoying your retirement years. Here are a few reasons why retiring in Waterville may be right for you.

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Four Tips All Caregivers Need to Know

December 17th, 2017

No one said being a caregiver was going to be easy, but it can be very rewarding work if you enjoy caring for others. The demands of being a caregiver can be high and sometimes you may need to reach out to others for moral support. Here are some tips we came up with to help you.

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StoryPoint Senior Living’s Favorite Holiday Cookie Recipes

December 8th, 2017

The holidays are a joyous time at StoryPoint Senior Living. Our chefs craft treats for residents to enjoy and share amongst our community. We’re so excited about our holiday recipes that we felt compelled to share some of our favorite holiday cookie recipes. Check them out below.

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Benefits of Independent Living

November 25th, 2017

In many senior communities, independent living is perfect for individuals who seek independence, but want more benefits. This type of senior living offers privacy in your apartment home with the ability to have meals provided, housekeeping and maintenance services, transportation, social and recreational activities and so much more. Below are a few benefits of residing in an independent senior living community.

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At Home Care Vs. Live In Communities

November 16th, 2017

When deciding on an assistance program for your senior loved one, it may be hard to find a place to start. With so many choices available, navigating at-home care and live-in options can easily become a challenge. While both types of senior assistance have their benefits, it’s key that you find the right fit for your loved one’s needs.

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How to Connect with Someone who has Dementia

November 7th, 2017

Watching a loved one deteriorate from dementia can be a difficult situation and sometimes challenging. At times we may not know how to connect or even communicate with that family member. As the disease progresses it generally gets worse so being prepared as it begins can make the progression more smooth.

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