Getting the Most of the Space After Downsizing Your Living Area

getting the most of the space after downsizing your living area

If you’re downsizing, it can be a daunting task to move everything into a smaller living area. After being used to lots of space for so long, you might not see many benefits of downsizing. The thought of having to get rid of nostalgic belongings can be difficult too, especially if you’re moving out of […]

Winter Activities for Seniors

Winter activities for seniors

Getting outside for some winter activities is great for your mental and physical health, even when it’s cold. Plus, it stops you from feeling cooped up indoors for weeks or maybe even months on end. There are some specific precautions to take, but once you’ve managed those, there are plenty of fun outdoor winter activities to enjoy. […]

How to Finance for Assisted Living

There are over 52 million senior citizens in the US today. That number will swell by more than 40 million over the next several decades. While a percentage of seniors will remain in their own homes, you may find yourself planning around options like assisted living. If you’re like many people, much of your thinking centers on […]

Tips for a Heart-Healthy Lifestyle

Tips for a heart healthy lifestyle

Did you know that heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States? There are many key risk factors, including an unhealthy diet, physical inactivity, and high blood pressure. These lifestyle choices and medical conditions can build up deposits of fat along the walls of your arteries, restricting blood flow to your heart. The good […]

Common Myths About Assisted Living

Common myths about assisted living

About one million people live in an assisted living residence. You probably know someone who has placed their parents or grandparents into these facilities. Do you know when it’s time to make the move for your loved ones? Are you worried about horror stories of terrible care? Put your nerves and fears at ease by learning about […]

Positivity and the Aging Process

Positivity and the aging process

Growing old is an inevitable part of life, but it can often feel unfair. We don’t have control over it, and it can make people rather uncomfortable. How do you remain positive about the aging process? Is it possible to have a positive outlook on life even as you age? While aging is a different […]

How to Know Your Parents Need Home Health Care

How to know your parents need home health care

Deciding whether your aging parents need home health care is one of the hardest decisions you’ll ever make. You’re worried, and you want them to have a fulfilling life, yet their health and safety could be in danger. There are many home health care options for the elderly, ranging from managed apartments to trained caregivers […]

Early Signs of Dementia to Look Out For

Early Signs of Dementia to look out for

Do you have an older family member or loved one in your life who is beginning to show signs of cognitive issues? There are roughly ten million new cases of dementia every year. It can sneak up on you too. When a loved one starts displaying some of the early signs of dementia, it is time to […]

Sholom’s COVID-19 Response Measures

COVID-19 Updates

Updated October 2020 Dear Sholom residents, family members, employees, and community members, As you know, the COVID-19 pandemic has brought change and disruptions to the lives of everyone around the world. At Sholom, we are working diligently to put appropriate protocols and procedures in place to keep residents, tenants, and staff as safe as possible. […]

November 2020 Updates

November 2020 Updates

Updated November 30th, 2020 Dear Sholom residents, tenants, staff and families, Because our surrounding counties’ COVID-19 positivity rates are over 10%, Sholom is instituting increased visitation restrictions to prevent the spread of COVID-19.  At this time, all Sholom’s locations are restricting visitations.  Essential caregivers and compassionate care visits are only allowed on a case by […]