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How Our Different Lifestyle Options Can Work for Your Needs

As we grow older and our bodies age, we might find ourselves slowing down and less active than we once were. Millions of Americans face this reality every day, which is why Tealwood Senior Living is dedicated to helping seniors maintain their independence and keep...

The Importance of Taking Medications as Prescribed

Seniors’ healthcare is a complex industry with many different methods of treatment for elderly patients who have certain needs or illnesses. If a person is suffering from an injury or is feeling unwell, doctors can recommend anything from specific exercises,...

How to Communicate with Non-Verbal Seniors

Communicating with a loved one who is unable to use verbal communication can seem incredibly challenging. No matter what is preventing their communication, the fact is that it has changed the way that we deliver information to them and the way that they receive it....

Top 5 Physical Activities Designed for Seniors

Dancing Whether it’s salsa, ballroom, jazz, or any other genre, dancing to your favorite music is an excellent way to stay in shape, as it combines endurance, cardio, and flexibility exercises into one routine.   Millions of Americans are engaged in dancing...

5 Ways Community Living Helps Seniors

  Being independent and free is a value that we all cherish, but whether it’s because of new-age or we’re just looking for a change of scenery, many of us begin to look into the benefits of living with others. Tealwood Senior Living is founded on...

How Seniors Can Keep Their Nutrition Levels Healthy

    Growing older, we may find we don’t have the energy we need to perform tasks that we love and enjoy. However, while it is natural for us to turn away from some activities and favor new ones, we should never become too tired to maintain a balanced...

Finding New Hobbies

Any parent of a child who is stuck indoors during a rainy day knows the continual complaint “what’s there to do!” For those of us who enjoy crafty hobbies, we are equally as familiar with the pleads from our family and friends – “please, no more doilies!”  While the...

Bring on the Spring!

Gardening is my happy place.  Give me a plot of dirt, my trowel, and some little seedlings, and I am as happy as a tick on a blue hound!  And though working in the garden is emotionally uplifting, as I age it’s getting a little harder physically. My back gets cramped...

Pets and Seniors – A Great Combination

Playing catch with Fido. Stroking Fluffy as she sits in your lap. Feeding Tweety as he swings on his swing. There are simple pleasures to be had by caring for a pet. But did you also know owning a pet can be good for your health? Pets can help reduce stress, lower...