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Choosing the right assisted living community for your loved one

When it comes to choosing between retirement homes for ageing relatives, there are many things to consider. In addition to the cost, factors such as the distance from your home to the nursing home are important, as are the quality of life and medical facilities available. One of the most important points to remember, however, is that every person is different, and the unique needs of your loved one should be your primary concern.

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Low-impact exercise can reduce the likelihood of age-related health conditions

Staying active isn't just important for seniors' physical health. A regular fitness regime can have a range of cognitive benefits for seniors, particularly those who are at risk of developing serious mental health conditions like Alzheimer's. If you're considering helping your aging relative move into an assisted living community or care home, you may want to ask about whether low-impact exercise is part of daily life.

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