NOTICE: COVID-19

We would like to advise our families that YOURLife™ Senior Living is aware and monitoring the Coronavirus and has plans in place to react swiftly if the virus would impact our community.

Safety First: Wearable Location Devices

Safety First: Wearable Location Devices

Location tracking devices are peace of mind in a watch, fob – and even a shoe insert – for families whose loved ones have dementia. Most personal tracking devices will transmit your loved one’s location and other information directly to your smartphone, tablet or...
Fireworks, Festivities & Fear: Be Prepared

Fireworks, Festivities & Fear: Be Prepared

What’s more Fourth of July than parades, picnics and, of course, fireworks? While Americans turn out in droves to ooh and aah at the brilliant nighttime displays, it’s important to remember that crowd sensitivity and firework distress can be very real phenomena for up...
High-Stress Hygiene: Bathing & Dressing

High-Stress Hygiene: Bathing & Dressing

Does your loved one with dementia give you a hard time when it’s bath time? Do they resist help when choosing their outfits or dressing? Some people with memory loss are reluctant to accept assistance because these routines are intimate or because they resent their...
Coming to Terms with a Dementia Diagnosis

Coming to Terms with a Dementia Diagnosis

Facing a dementia diagnosis can be a turbulent rollercoaster ride of emotions that, understandably, not many families are eager to board. “We at YourLife know all too well how devastating a dementia diagnosis can be for families,” says Danielle Buck, Director of...
Who’s in Charge? Getting Guardianship of Someone with Dementia.

Who’s in Charge? Getting Guardianship of Someone with Dementia.

Guardianship, or conservatorship, is the court-appointed authority to make decisions regarding the care and/or finances of someone who is incapacitated or otherwise deemed mentally incompetent. Elderly guardianship may be required when someone with advanced dementia...
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