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I Got the Vaccine, Now What?

March 22, 2021

As Priority Life Care residents and staff were prioritized for the COVID-19 Vaccine, residents and families are now wondering…now what??

Seniors Reap the Benefits through Gardening September 23, 2019 by Jill Record

Not everyone can be a health and fitness like Jack Lalanne, who lived to the ripe old age of 96.  He was an avid exerciser and adhered to a healthy diet and shared his healthful lifestyle through television and print media.  But, on the average, those who pump iron and regularly undergo aerobic exercise such… Read More

Music Does Wonders for the Elderly September 9, 2019 by Jill Record

Research from numerous reputable studies has indicated music can reduce anxiety, blood pressure and pain in addition to improving sleep, moods, mental alertness and memory, proving most beneficial to the elderly. YOu can find many additional benefits here. Despite the advance of age, our brains are constantly building connections whenever new stimuli are introduced and… Read More

Is Assisted Living Right for My Mom? August 25, 2019 by Priority Life Care

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

Vince Papale Keynote Speaker at PLC 2019 Executive Director Symposium August 8, 2019 by Priority Life Care

Vince Papale, best known as the underdog walk-on of the 1976 Philadelphia Eagles, will be the keynote speaker at the 2019 PLC Symposium.

Priority Life Care Rolls Out Its Memory Care Program: Along the Journey June 1, 2019 by Priority Life Care

Priority Life Care rolls out their new program, Along the Journey, dedicated to residents suffering from dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.

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