1. 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

  2. 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

  3. Tips to Make Assisted Living More Affordable

    Assisted living facilities are anything but cheap. The costs of living in an assisted living can range anywhere from $2,000 per month all the way up to $5,000 per month. Of course, costs can vary based on where you live, but there are many other additional factors that can affect cost as well, inclu…Read More

  4. What You Need to Know about Memory Care

    There are many things anyone considering memory care for a loved one should know. In our last blog, we went over the early warning signs of dementia and stressed the importance of getting prompt care as early as possible in the disease. Although therapies and medications have been used to treat deme…Read More

  5. Early Warning Signs of Dementia Part 2

    Recognizing the warning signs of dementia is important for early detection. Although researchers have made progress towards a cure, there is no cure for dementia. But, that doesn’t mean that it can’t be treated, particularly when it’s caught in the early stages. In fact, treatment is a lot mor…Read More

  6. Early Warning Signs of Dementia

    When it comes to dementia, early detection is essential. There is currently no cure for dementia; however, early detection is still essential. Why? Because some causes of cognitive decline can be treated or even reversed. Additionally, treatment of dementia and Alzheimer’s is more effective in the…Read More

  7. Tips for Having the Talk about Senior Care with Your Loved One

    Is it time to have the talk with your loved one about senior care? Needing help is never fun. Many people have a lot of trouble receiving help, and some people don’t even like asking for it! And, if something as simple as asking for help with directions is enough to make someone stubbornly drive i…Read More

  8. Companionship and Why It Matters in Aging

    “Being connected to others socially is widely considered a fundamental human need — crucial to both well-being and survival” - Psychologist Julianne Holt-Lunstad, Brigham Young University Living alone is not uncommon for older adults. The U.S. Census Bureau has found that of the 11 million peo…Read More

  9. Your Guide to the Costs of Senior Care

    Cost is a major consideration in any decision about senior care. No matter where you live, where you come from or how much money you make, we all want the best possible care for our loved ones. But, the reality is that many senior care options can be expensive, particularly where long-term care is c…Read More

  10. The Advantages of Adult Day Health Care

    Have you considered adult day health care for yourself or a loved one? Adult day health care (ADHC) is a great option for anyone who needs assistance during the day, but who does not require 24-hour care. At these facilities, you or your loved one can be dropped off to receive care you need, and als…Read More