1. 6 Tips for Making the Transition to Assisted Living

    6 Tips for Making the Transition to Assisted Living Assisted living communities are one of the best places for senior citizens to live out their golden years. Residents enjoy a variety of amenities including private bedrooms, prepared meals, and housekeeping. These communities provide professional m…Read More

  2. 5 Tips for Helping Your Loved One with Alzheimer’s or Dementia

    5 Tips for Helping Your Loved One with Alzheimer's or Dementia Taking care of a loved one who has been diagnosed with Alzheimer's or Dementia is never an easy feat, regardless of how much you love someone and how much patience you believe yourself to have. Caring for a patient with Alzheimer's or De…Read More

  3. Why Pet Therapy is So Beneficial in Assisted Living Facilities

    Why Pet Therapy is So Beneficial in Assisted Living Facilities Pet therapy is a form of treatment that involves visits from domesticated animals to assisted living facilities. In some cases, the animal may be a patient’s former pet who is now being cared for by other family members. The pets may b…Read More

  4. Will Insurance Cover My Loved One’s Assisted Living Facility?

    Will Insurance Cover My Loved One's Assisted Living Facility? Assisted living facilities charge the average person around $2,000 to $5,000 per month, which is not exactly cheap for most people. Fortunately, there are plenty of ways to help pay for assisted living for yourself or a loved one, includi…Read More

  5. Can I Live with My Spouse in His/Her Assisted Living Facility?

    Can I Live with My Spouse in His/Her Assisted Living Facility? If you’re trying to find out whether you will be a live with your spouse in an assisted living facility, there are actually two answers. Locating an assisted living facility for couple that has roughly similar care requirements is rela…Read More

  6. Is Assisted Living the Best Option for My Mom/Dad?

    Is Assisted Living the Best Option for My Mom/Dad? Many people experience a reduction in cognitive ability as they get older. In some cases, the adult children find they can take care of their aging parents by hiring live-in caregivers or having their mothers or fathers move in with them. At other t…Read More

  7. How-To Start The Conversation With Your Parents About a Care Facility

    Starting the conversation with your parents about moving to a care facility can be difficult but is a necessity in many cases. To start the conversation, ask them questions about their safety and chore level. When you are talking with your parents about moving to a care facility, you should start pl…Read More

  8. Fun Activities For Visits With The Grandkids

    Bringing your children along to visit their grandparent, or even a great aunt or uncle, can be an enriching experience for everyone involved. We love having young ones come visit our facility. Their enthusiasm, energy, and big smiles warm the hearts of our residents. Little ones can contribute doses…Read More

  9. Handling Difficult Situations With A Loved One Suffering From Dementia

    Watching a loved one suffer from memory loss can be extremely taxing. Here at Prosperity Pointe, we understand the unique struggle those battling dementia, Alzheimer’s and other memory loss face. At our assisted living facility, we have a specific memory care program geared towards improving the h…Read More