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As we watch our parents grow into their golden years, tough decisions may come ahead. One of the most difficult decisions is moving a parent from the familiarity and routines of one’s lifelong home into an assisted living. Why Move Your Loved One Into Assisted Living? Residing in an assisted living community gives an aging... Read More
Priority Life Care is dedicated to supporting people of color with the same compassion and respect we vow for our senior residents. We stand with our PLC family, workplace heroes, and residents to do better to make a positive difference through diversity, inclusion, and equity. #PLCSTRONG As leaders, it is appropriate to offer our undivided… Read More
Priority Life Care created a toolkit aimed to protect our residents, families, and staff against COVID-19 and other communicable diseases.
Communicating effectively with someone who has dementia will help reduce agitation in your and your loved one. Use these 10 easy tips to make communicating easy!
Sevy Petras, CEO of Priority Life Care, visits with Bridge the Gap. Sevy talks about starting Priority Life Care with her family over Thanksgiving dinner, getting creative to offer affordable assisted living while maintaining quality of care, and keeping a positive culture from top-down.
It’s Never 2 Late (iN2L), the pioneer and market leader of engagement technology designed for residents in senior living communities, has successfully rolled out Priority Life Care communities Oak Park Village at Hammond and Oak Park Village Slidell in Louisiana. With iN2L, residents can intuitively ‘touch their way’ to person-centered programs and meaningful experiences.
During the holiday season, when we may see our loved ones more than often, we may ask ourselves if it is still safe for our parent(s) to be living at home.
When we think of the holidays, we think of warm fireplaces, sharing food and exchanging presents. For many of us, it’s a time when we visit with friends of family throughout the entire month. But for older adults, the holidays are not always so joyful. It can also be a time of loneliness and sorrow. With social and family pressures, one may feel the “Holiday Blues.”
Over 50 million people live with Alzheimer’s and other dementias, and caregivers often experience a feeling called “caregiver burnout”. No matter what stage of life a person is experiencing, we all want to feel loved, supported, and that what we do matters.
We can all agree on one thing. The importance of health! Sometimes it can be easy to take good health and vitality for granted. As we age, it can become to try to look for different ways to stay healthy. As minor issues become bigger issues, life can seem to become difficult at times, but… Read More
You might hear people say that working in senior care is a job they just couldn’t do. Well, they don’t know what they are missing out on! Of course, there is work involved, but taking care of seniors isn’t just a job, and the rewards go far beyond receiving a paycheck every two weeks.