Moving to a senior living community is a big decision during normal circumstances. You may assume now is not a good time to make this transition in your life, but a move to Masonic Villages could help alleviate current worries, as well as future ones.
As rated by residents and families, the Masonic Village at Sewickley has been recognized as the “Best of” in senior living, putting it in the top 2-3% of senior care providers in the United States and Canada.
Jon and Barbara Fritz did not expect their family to worry about their care as they aged. “The time had come in our lives, me being 80 and my wife 77, to consider such a move,” Jon said. “The decision was an easy one.”
Although they sound very similar, Medicare and Medicaid are very different services.
If you have looked into Medicare to see about getting covered, you know how complex it can be. You may be confused about late penalties, lack of coverage and which plans are best for you, for starters.
You can never start planning for long term care for yourself or a loved one too soon. Knowing your options and what to expect throughout the process can help you make an easy decision in the future.
What are you doing to try and stay healthy during the pandemic? “During times like these, it’s easy for some of the basics to get away from us,” recreation coordinator Jodi Wendl, Masonic Village at Lafayette Hill, shared during a
For those looking to lighten their load before a move, or in a current home, here’s the top five things to know to keep downsizing from getting you down in the dumps.
More than 100 million U.S. adults are now living with diabetes or prediabetes, according to statistics from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Diane Waple, chief dietitian at Masonic Village at Elizabethtown, has some advice for how to
It can be difficult to notice early signs of dementia, because at first, they may just seem like common mistakes we make as we get older. Learn to understand your loved one’s behaviors that may seem out of place.