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What is Alzheimer’s Disease? A Brief History

Posted by The Brickmont Assisted Living Team on Jul 1, 2019 8:00:00 AM | 2 minute read

If you have an aging friend or family member, you may want to consider learning more about diseases that affect mental and physical health. In this case, we encourage you to ask ‘What is Alzheimer's disease?’ Alzheimer's disease is a condition that can cause memory loss, mood swings, confusion, and even loss of speech, and is typically seen in older adults 65 years and older.

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Topics: Senior Living, Memory Care, Brickmont Assisted Living

The Value of Affordable Senior Living

Posted by The Brickmont Assisted Living Team on Jun 15, 2019 8:00:00 AM | 2 minute read

When we envision ourselves getting older and retiring, it’s reasonable to picture it in the comfort of our permanent home. While it sounds lovely, remaining in a home with such responsibility can be an anxious and isolated experience. Most seniors may have a plan with their money, and budget responsibly, but it isn’t always enough to live comfortably. Brickmont Assisted Living believes in affordable senior living to give your loved one the happiness and peace of mind they desire while offering comfortable assisted living.

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Topics: Senior Living, Brickmont Assisted Living, Value

Assisting with Appointments to Maintain Senior Health

Posted by The Brickmont Assisted Living Team on Jun 1, 2019 8:00:00 AM | 3 minute read

Senior health can sometimes be challenging to navigate. While assisting your loved one to a doctor’s appointment may not seem like it could be rough, it actually requires a lot of effort; more than most people think. While a retirement community may help solve these issues, you may have a loved one that prefers to stay at home. With that decision comes some maintenance that you will have to pick up on. It may not seem necessary, but assisting your loved one to a doctor’s appointment could actually help. While retirement communities like Brickmont Assisted Living  can significantly help you and a loved one, we also see the benefit of taking certain matters into your own hands. We would like to highlight a few tips to help with your next doctor’s appointment.

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Topics: Senior Living, Helpful Tips

Making Assisted Living Meaningful

Posted by The Brickmont Assisted Living Team on May 15, 2019 8:00:00 AM | 3 minute read



Is your loved one anticipating a transition into a senior living community in the near future? Moving into a senior living community can be a positive life choice as well in addition to a wonderful experience. For some, moving may seem like an overwhelming change that they may not feel ready for. With a little planning, the transition to assisted living can be an easier one. Meanwhile, Brickmont Assisted Living has a few tips to help a loved one better adjust to a senior living community:

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Topics: Senior Living, Brickmont Assisted Living

5 Excellent Ways to Balance Life as a Caregiver

Posted by The Brickmont Assisted Living Team on May 1, 2019 8:00:00 AM | 3 minute read



When providing care for a loved one, it can be difficult to balance caregiving work and a personal life. As loved ones are often living with their caregivers, it can be hard for you to find some personal space to retreat to when needing a break.

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Topics: Helpful Tips, Health

4 Guidelines That Help Protect Your Loved One from online Scams

Posted by The Brickmont Assisted Living Team on Apr 15, 2019 8:00:00 AM | 3 minute read



If you are the child of an aging parent, you may have concerns about a loved one that has the potential to be the target of fraudulent scams. In fact, in many scams, a senior in your life may be victimized more than any other age group of people you know. Victims of scammers (and their loved ones) are often faced with a financial mess to clean up.
                       

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Topics: Helpful Tips, Brickmont Assisted Living

5 Helpful Spring Cleaning Tips for Seniors

Posted by The Brickmont Assisted Living Team on Apr 1, 2019 8:00:00 AM | 3 minute read



With spring comes a task that many seniors want to avoid because it can be a draining and taxing task for your older loved one. While many seniors think of it as an opportunity to clean, de-clutter or downsize, we want to make sure their home is safe as well. Finding the perfect balance of care in senior living helps your loved one take advantage of their spring cleaning tradition.

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Topics: Helpful Tips, Brickmont Assisted Living

Assisted Living That’s Designed with You in Mind

Posted by The Brickmont Assisted Living Team on Mar 15, 2019 8:00:00 AM | 2 minute read



At Brickmont Assisted Living, we believe all seniors deserve to live where they are loved. This is the philosophy behind all we do, from our passionate hospitality to the layout of our community. Every one of our apartments are designed with our resident’s safety and comfort in mind. By offering spacious one and two-bedroom apartments, residents can easily relax and also visit with guests in their private living area.

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Topics: Senior Living, Brickmont Assisted Living

Recognizing Memory Impairment in Older Loved Ones

Posted by The Brickmont Assisted Living Team on Mar 1, 2019 8:00:00 AM | 3 minute read



It can be easy to dismiss the early signs of memory impairment in older loved ones as part of the aging process. While aging can have effects on memory, such as forgetfulness, Alzheimer’s disease and dementia exhibits distinguished signs. Essential to the health of your older family members is your ability to differentiate between forgetfulness and something more severe. Fortunately, there are memory care services that are available for those in need of assistance. 

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Preventative Measures for Senior Anxiety

Posted by The Brickmont Assisted Living Team on Feb 15, 2019 8:00:00 AM | 2 minute read



Anxiety disorders are significantly common and impact over 40 million people in America. When these issues go untreated they may worsen with age. Worry about medication expenses, affordable senior living, and mobility restrictions can cause seniors situational anxiety. With these various factors contributing to senior anxiety, the most efficient way of preventing these types of disorders is by being aware of the risk factors.

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Topics: Helpful Tips, Brickmont Assisted Living