1. Fourth of July for San Diego Seniors

    Backyard barbecues, days at the beach, and fireworks. Here comes the 4th of July! With such grand expectations, holidays can be a mixed bag when it comes to visiting loved ones. Some families have long-standing traditions that are complicated by the needs of aging parents. Never fear - There are ple…Read More

  2. How To Pay for Assisted Living: Frequently Asked Questions

    We often help families who are struggling to find a great, local assisted living facility for their loved one. Fortunately, our senior housing consultants are experts at finding great facilities within your senior’s budget. These services always come at no cost. However, we understand that the pro…Read More

  3. Signs Your Loved One May Have Alzheimer’s Disease

    As we age, friends and family members expect certain deficiencies ‘’hearing and vision loss, memory loss, and limited physical mobility. While none of these are ‘normal,’ they are more likely to happen as we get older and are exposed to more injuries, illness, and life experiences. The signs…Read More

  4. How to Have a Great Visit With Your Memory-Impaired Family Member

    Many families have a family member who suffers from memory impairment of one form or another. This can put a strain on relationships and make the family less likely to visit because they are not sure what to talk about when their loved one's memory has faded. Rather than skip visits on the premise t…Read More

  5. How to Keep Your Brain Active after Retirement

    Prior to retirement, our brains are abuzz with activity. We are constantly thinking about our careers, managing daily chores and family life, and what is happening next. When we retire, it is an opportunity for us to finally relax and stop thinking so hard. Our to-do list gets shorter and the time f…Read More

  6. Staying Active as You Age Part 2

    There are so many great reasons to stay active. Whether you’re interested in preventing a wide range of health concerns, getting a better night’s sleep or improving your day-to-day mood, exercise is a great place to start. Regular exercise is important for everyone, regardless of how old you are…Read More

  7. Staying Active as You Age

    Staying active as you age is beneficial in so many ways. According to the World Health Organization, we should all strive for at least 150 minutes of moderate to intense physical activity every single week. And, in our last blog series, we went over 10 of the biggest benefits of exercising for senio…Read More

  8. The Benefits of Exercise for Seniors Part 2

    Regardless of how old you are, you should make regular exercise a priority in your life. Whether you’re young or old, rich or poor, everyone, and we mean everyone, could benefit from exercise. But, as you age and your body changes, exercises becomes even more important — and more beneficial — …Read More

  9. The Benefits of Exercise for Seniors

    Exercise is important for people of all ages. People were made to move, but unfortunately, in this day and age, sedentary lifestyles have become the norm. The truth is that, no matter how old you are, regular physical activity will help you to become healthier — and to stay that way for a lot long…Read More

  10. What Makes A Right Place for Seniors Different

    When it comes to senior placement services, there’s some competition out there. The fact of the matter is that there are a number of companies offering senior placement services, so why should you choose A Right Place for Seniors? We work hard to set ourselves apart, and we believe that you deserv…Read More