4834 Yorktown Blvd. Corpus Christi, TX 78413
Country Club Area
2822 Robby St. Corpus Christi, TX 78410
Healthy Living Tips
from the Villa Assisted Living Care Team
Seniors at age 75+ often have more living space than they need and can struggle with upkeep and taxes. It’s a great time to find your “safety nest” – a home that will meet your needs and is safe, comfortable and affordable for years to come.
Emergencies can quickly turn into tragedies if they are not adequately addressed. This means that first aid skills are essential for caregivers. The crucial skills described below can ensure that caregivers provide swift and effective responses that can make all the difference in maintaining the health and well-being of aging adults.
It’s important to talk to your parents about assisted living, the types of questions to ask, and how to make the conversation easier. As our parents age, what is the best way to ensure their safety and well-being.
View a list of services seniors receive in assisted living that enhance their independence and quality of life. The daily support and activities benefit seniors and provide peace of mind to their loved ones.
Is it time for assisted living? Use this checklist to start the conversation with your family. Learn about what Assisted Living offers and how it can enhance a senior’s independent lifestyle.
The Reality is that each year, one in every three adults ages 65 or older falls and 2 million are treated in emergency departments for fall-related injuries. The risk for falls increases as we age. About half of all falls happen at home.
Family members can check the safety, & quality of life for a senior. Be on the lookout for red flags that your family member needs assistance, and could benefit from a more supportive environment in assisted living.
High Blood pressure is defined as the force of blood against your artery walls as it goes through your body. Health problems may occur when blood pressure stays high for prolonged periods of time. Uncontrolled high blood pressure may lead to heart disease and stroke.
Emotional needs and support have become a crucial part of our health, especially during the COVID19 pandemic. While exercise is usually associated with physical benefits to the body, exercise also greatly benefits one’s emotional needs. Below are different ways that exercise enhances one’s emotional requirements.
Aging is part of life that occurs as we get older. Adjusting to these changes, both physically and mentally, can be challenging. As the structure of our brain changes, coping with the affect it has on memory and thinking abilities can be difficult to understand. Maintaining an active mind, just as we keep up with our physical health, is important.
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