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A Family of Senior Living Communities and a Full Continuum of Senior Care
A Family of Senior Living Communities and a Full Continuum of Senior Care

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Thank you to Fox 12 in Oregon! We are honored to have the opportunity to share a glimpse of how Alzheimer's affects family members and how important engaging programming is for residents in memory care.

http://www.kptv.com/story/38443605/new-technology-helps-seniors-suffering-from-memory-loss-reconnect-to-world
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It’s an unfortunate fact that seniors in all income brackets are common targets for scams. Scammers often figure that seniors have money or resources and taking advantage of them comes with little risk. They think seniors may not report crimes out of embarrassment or fear of relatives doubting their ability to control finances, and they may encounter hassles if taking legal action. Seniors also may react emotionally and quickly help someone who claims to be struggling because they have been there and someone helped them. There is good news though – there are lots of actions seniors can take to spot, avoid, and deal with scams.

See our tips: 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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Terri Stamsos named Director of Operations for Baycrest Village: “Terri’s hard work and dedication are incomparable and her leadership has been invaluable. Her 30-year service to the Baycrest Village has been an amazing gift to our residents and our team, ” said Jodi Guffee, Chief Operating Officer for Radiant Senior Living.
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We are loving these beautiful portraits of 100 seniors aged 100 years or more!
To Live 10,000 Years
To Live 10,000 Years
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Do you make holiday candy each and every year? It is such a wonderful treat! Homemade fudge is one of the many things listed on our recent blog post sharing "Holiday Gift Ideas for Seniors." Which idea do you think is best?

Get the ideas here:
http://blog.radiantseniorliving.com/perfect-gifts-seniors-holiday-season/
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Thank you to all who came out to support the +Alzheimer's Association this weekend at the Portland #WalkToEndAlzheimers. We were excited to meet many of you at our annual booth.

Read more about the Walk to End Alzheimer's and the organization behind it on the blog: http://blog.radiantseniorliving.com/walk-alzheimers-2017/
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We are proud to announce that our blog has been selected as one of the top 100 Senior Living Blogs! Read about award and check out all of the blogs that made the list here: http://blog.feedspot.com/senior_blogs/

Read the Radiant Senior Living blog here: http://blog.radiantseniorliving.com
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Make realistic goals for yourself for achieving better hydration. Work on increasing hydration day by day. Have a few water bottles readily available that you can keep with you throughout each day. Also, try out different fruit types in your water to jazz up the flavor. Strawberries, lemon, melon, and grapes can make water more fun to drink!

More Hydration Tips: http://blog.radiantseniorliving.com/ways-stay-top-summer-hydration/
Ways to Stay Hydrated this Summer
Ways to Stay Hydrated this Summer
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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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In the US, more than six million people have survived strokes, as reported by the American Stroke Association. Stroke survivors have been aided by medical advancements and quick actions of those who know how to detect strokes and secure help.

What is a stroke?

In short, a stroke occurs when an artery that carries nutrients and oxygen to the brain becomes blocked, bursts or ruptures, the brain stops receiving the blood it needs, and brain cells begin to die, according to the American Stroke Association.
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