Pets for seniors offer a wide range of health benefits while also providing them with a sense of joy. Consequently, many senior living communities are pet-friendly and provide pet therapy to help individuals cope with any trauma they may be experiencing. Pets provide owners with companionship, the opportunity to get out of the house, and a regular routine. Normally, you envision pets as either cats or dogs, but there are a variety of pets that are easy to take care of for retirees. Discover four benefits of pets for seniors, low-maintenance pets to consider, and what to look for in a pet-friendly independent senior living community.
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Art entries from local students were transformed into a work of art for a new fence banner gracing the future site of Seafields.
Like most, you’re probably unsure of how to approach the topic of senior living with your parent, or parents. After all, it’s not uncommon for a parent to see this as a loss of independence, or a sign that they are “too old” to take care of themselves anymore. While this is not always the case, it is important that you know what to say, how to ease their fears, and communicate the idea of senior living in a positive way.
If you are considering independent living, you may question whether it is the right choice for your lifestyle. After all, deciding to live in an independent senior living community is a big life change, and we understand that decision cannot be made overnight! To help you weigh your options, continue reading for three common misconceptions about independent senior living, as well as five questions to ask yourself before making your decision.
The idea of “senior living” can be quite intimidating. As the resident, you want to be sure your transition is smooth, and that you are going to be able to maintain a normal, active life. As a family member, you need to know your loved one is being cared for, and that they have access to amenities that keep them fulfilled, happy, and healthy.
April 23, 2022
Seafields was recently featured in the Post & Courier’s story about 55+ and better living.
As you embrace your new life in retirement, you may be wondering how to make the most of your new-found time. If you’re reading this blog, chances are you want to spend your days on the many beautiful golf courses throughout South Carolina — and we certainly don’t blame you.
Continue reading to learn what makes golf in South Carolina so desirable, where you should play, and how to keep your body healthy for every tee time to come.
Retirement brings a plethora of emotions, ranging from excitement to worry and everything in between. While there is much to look forward to in retirement, there are also legitimate concerns shared by many new retirees — rising healthcare costs being one of them. In this article, we provide five tips for effectively preparing your finances for upcoming healthcare costs both pre- and post-retirement.