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Reasons Why Seniors Prefer Assisted Living

Making the move to assisted living can be daunting, but once it's made seniors often report they are much happier than they were at home. Here's a few reasons why. First, seniors feel like themselves again. Living alone can be depressing, especially for seniors. Assisted living communities help seniors get back to what they used to be doing with so

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Here's Why Seniors LOVE Assisted Living

Believe it or not, many seniors absolutely love assisted living. In fact, they prefer it over living at home. Feeling safer is a major reason why assisted living is so popular among seniors and their families.  Seniors no longer have to worry about falling and being trapped for hours until someone notices because assisted living communities, like T

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Assisted Living: The Future of Senior Care

Let's face the facts, assisted living communities are substantially growing across the nation. One million people currently live in some type of senior living community, but that number is going to double by 2030. Additionally, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) states approximately 70 percent of people over age 65 will require

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Searching for Assisted Living

Searching for an assisted living community for your loved one is difficult. Especially with the aging baby boomers, there are almost too many options to choose from. Here are two things to keep in mind while searching for the right community. First, don't do it alone. This is a big decision and you should try to get as much feedback as possible fro

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How to Choose the Right Assisted Living Community

You admit it. It's time to find an assisted living community for your loved one. With all the options available, how can you possibly find the right place? Here are two things to keep in mind when searching for assisted living. Choose a community that's right for you loved one. It's important for families to be invovled in the process, but ultimate

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Which Assisted Living Community is Right for My Loved One?

It's a hard decision to place your loved one in an assisted living community. At The Waterford, we understand your struggles and hesitations, and we want to put them to rest. Our residents and their families consider our community to be the best assisted living Lincoln NE. They enjoy our aesthetically pleasing rooms, the small size of our facility,

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Should I Choose Assisted Living or Memory Care?

Assisted living and memory care. They're both normally housed in the same facility, but do they involve the same care? The short answer is no. So, how do you know which one to choose for your aging loved one? Assisted living Alzheimer's is generally not the best choice. While assisted living is great for people who are still independent and just ne

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Assisted Living vs. Memory Care

Caring for an aging loved one is difficult. You need to ensure your loved one is safe, happy and in the best place for his or her needs. So, is assisted living Alzheimer's right for your loved one? Probably not. Assisted living and memory care are two completely different types of care. Memory care includes long-term skilled nursing teams that spec

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Smooth Transition from Assisted Living to Memory Care

Dignity. It's defined as the state or quality of being worthy of honor and respect. At The Waterford, our team members must adopt our ethics and “servant-heart” culture. To us, servanthood requires a heart that focuses on others rather than oneself.

No matter what stage your loved one is currently at, our team strives to keep your loved ones healt

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Is Assisted Living the Right Solution?

Does your loved one have trouble managing their medications? Have they been diagnosed with dementia or Alzheimer's? If you need help deciding how to best help your loved one, you are not alone. Even families who have been on this journey before can be overwhelmed. The Waterford is here to help. Visit our website and check out our "yes" or "no" ques

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