Author Archives: Louise Savoie

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How Visual Cues Guide Seniors with Memory Issues

Visual cues are used to help seniors with memory issues identify certain objects or places. This is a method used to identify specific activities and how to perform them. Aside from our caring staff, our assisted living in Odenton, Maryland, makes su...

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Top Strategies to Keep Your Memory Sharp At Any Age

While it is true that we slowly become forgetful as we age due to the effects of aging, it doesn’t mean there are no ways to slow down its effects. As a provider of assisted living home services, we are here to share with you some tips on how to bo...

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The Late Stage Care and End-of-Life Care

The final stages of a terminal illness can be a highly challenging, emotional time. Caregivers here at Royal Assisted Living, Inc. made a guide that can help you provide comfort, deal with grief, and make final decisions. In the final stages of a ter...

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Guide in Choosing an Assisted Living Facility Well

As we age, we may not be as robust and active as we were in our prime years. There are things that we may need some help like some assistance in medical and personal care which varies depending on our current condition. Our family members most likely...

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The Overflowing Health Benefits of Exercise

Maintaining a good track record of physical activity can promote excellent mental health. Including exercise as part of the daily routine can be very beneficial to the overall well-being of a person. Daily physical fitness is not only good for the bo...

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Fun Social Activities for Older Adults

As they reach their golden years, the elderly need some sort of mental or social activity more than ever. Socialization not only keeps them company but also sharpens their minds, reducing the risks of cognitive decline. This is why with our private c...

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