4 Ways to Help Seniors Live Their Best Life

When you think about the well-being of the elderly loved ones in your life, do you just focus on their medical needs, or do you factor in their mental and emotional needs as well? The average life expectancy of people here in the US increased by nearly 30% between...

What Does it Mean to Care at a Nightingale Community?

If you look at the generic definition of what it means to care, you’ll see phrases that denote “doing what’s necessary” or “giving attention or consideration” to something, possibly even “feeling concern for” or “looking after” someone. At a Nightingale Healthcare...

5 New Year’s Resolutions that Can Benefit Seniors

Tis the season for reevaluating our physical and mental health, as well as our surroundings. For many of us, young and old, creating a New Year’s resolution is a thing of the past – but, for good reason, as we age, adopting a resolution that focuses on health and...

Do You Know Your Family Health History?

Every time you visit the doctor, the physician has probably asked you a series of questions related to your family health history: “Has anyone in your family had cancer, high blood pressure, or heart disease?” “How old were your grandparents when they died?” “Was this...