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Farmington Square Gresham
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Victims of scammers often feel angry, upset, frustrated, embarrassed, and/or guilty, but it’s important to take action. If you feel you may have been scammed or are at increased risk for being scammed, there are actions you can take. Check out our tips on how to deal with scams on the blog: http://blog.radiantseniorliving.com/spot-avoid-deal-senior-scams/
Spot, Avoid, and Deal With Senior Scams
Spot, Avoid, and Deal With Senior Scams
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See 100 portraits of seniors aged 100 years or more. We think 10,000 years never looked so good!
To Live 10,000 Years
To Live 10,000 Years
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Our favorite from this list of holiday gift ideas are those gifts of convenience! Who couldn't use a key finder? What is your favorite?

See our gifting ideas on the blog:
http://blog.radiantseniorliving.com/perfect-gifts-seniors-holiday-season/
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We had a great time this weekend at the #WalkToEndAlzheimers. It was so encouraging so many people out to support the cause. Learn more about the Alzheimer's Association by reading our recent blog post: http://blog.radiantseniorliving.com/walk-alzheimers-2017/
Walk to End Alzheimer’s 2017
Walk to End Alzheimer’s 2017
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During hot seasons, staying hydrated is very important for people of all ages, but especially for older adults. 
With hot weather safety in mind, here are some tips on how to stay hydrated: http://blog.radiantseniorliving.com/ways-stay-top-summer-hydration/
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Our hippocampus—the area of the brain associated with learning and memory— shrinks in late adulthood. However, regular physical activity training can increase the size of the hippocampus! Check out our newest blog post for ideas on how to decrease cognitive decline.
http://blog.radiantseniorliving.com/boost-cognition/
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It means so much to us when our resident family members share their thanks to our team online. To read more of the reviews of Farmington Square visit: https://www.senioradvisor.com/local/farmington-square-at-gresham-gresham-or
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What is a mini-stroke and why is it so important?

Separate from a stroke, a person could have a mini-stroke or Transient Ischemic Attack (TIA), in which the brain’s blood supply is blocked for a short period and the brain temporarily malfunctions, as shared by the National Stroke Association. Symptoms are sudden and may include numbness, weakness or vision loss, difficulty speaking, confusion, severe headache with no known cause and/or loss of balance or coordination. The symptoms last for a short period and then disappear. If a mini-stroke is suspected, a doctor should be seen immediately. A TIA is a serious warning that one might have a stroke, according to the National Stroke Association.

Read more: http://blog.radiantseniorliving.com/2017/05/time-stroke-awareness-preparedness/
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Attention toward heart health tops the list of health needs for senior men. Heart disease is the leading cause of death for men in the United States. Prevention is aided by not smoking, maintaining a healthy weight, healthy eating, exercising regularly and preventing or treating high blood pressure, high cholesterol and diabetes.

June is National #MensHealthMonth see more heart health tips and other information on Five Important Areas of Men's Health for Men Over 50 over on the Radiant Senior Living blog!

http://blog.radiantseniorliving.com/2017/06/health-areas-men-50/
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Companionship and Community in Senior Living
Mounting evidence shows that companionship and community are a key component to overall health. No longer are they seen as sitting a few rungs up Maslow’s hierarchy of needs; they are foundational to your well-being. This is true across all ages, including seniors. Feeling extreme loneliness, for example, has been shown to increase an older person’s chances of premature death by 14 percent. 
 
A myriad of factors are weighed when deciding to move into a senior living community. The opportunity for companionship and community should be one of them. When researching different senior living options, investigate the opportunities for social connections and interactions at each community.
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