Tags : Senior Communities

Keeping Couples Connected

Communities provide options when one spouse requires more care than the other Lynne Bugai’s parents, Bud and Joanne, were in their 80s and married for 63 years when her dad decided they could no longer safely stay in their Park Ridge home.  Over the course of a decade, Bud had survived bypass surgery, a heart attack, […]Read More

Person-Centered Care

Innovative approaches aim to change the culture of aging in senior communities Whether your loved one is aging in place or in a community, some organizations are calling for change in the culture of aging. The shift focuses on person-centered care — an approach that treats older adults as decision-making partners in their care, making […]Read More

Care During COVID-19

Senior communities are adapting to keep residents safe and engaged As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to wreak havoc, staff at Chicago’s senior living communities are adapting to keep residents safe and to provide engaging care in the age of the coronavirus. With the ongoing threat, care communities are doubling down on infection controls as well […]Read More