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How To Improve Your Emotional Well-Being as an Older Adult

Between busy schedules and everyday stresses, it’s easy to neglect your emotional well-being. However, this often overlooked aspect of the wellness puzzle is critical to both physical and mental health. For many older adults, figuring out how to improve their emotional well-being can be a challenge. Learn about how healthy emotional well-being is defined and …

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Healthy Holiday Eating Tips for Seniors

The holidays are often a time for indulging in favorite foods, but the short-term enjoyment can lead to long-term consequences. With so much temptation at every turn, it can be difficult to find the right balance. If you’re looking for ways to eat healthy this holiday season, consider these helpful tips. The Challenges of Eating …

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Understanding Why Holidays Can Be Difficult for Older Adults

During the holidays, we put an emphasis on caring for others and spending quality time with loved ones. While it’s a celebratory time of year, there are many older adults who struggle with feelings of loneliness and isolation. If you’re concerned someone in your life may be having a difficult holiday season, learn more about …

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5 Signs of Caregiver Burnout & How Respite Care Can Help

At The Stayton at Museum Way, we feel strongly about helping older adults find peace of mind while aging successfully. Successful aging doesn’t happen in a silo. It involves a caring and engaged support network of friends, neighbors and loved ones. While many caregivers report their responsibilities give them a sense of purpose, caregiving is …

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The Benefits of Health Services at The Stayton

As a premier senior living community in the heart of Fort Worth, The Stayton at Museum Way prides itself on delivering the highest quality of life to our residents. This extends not only to our exceptional dining venues and stimulating programming, but also to our top tier health services, which are all available on-site. Our …

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Do You Qualify for Respite Care?

Primary caregivers are always thinking of the needs of the friend or family member in their care. But what about the needs of the primary caregiver? It can be easy to ignore your own needs when you are providing care for someone else, but neglecting your own health and well-being can affect your ability to …

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Boost your Brain Health with These Simple Habits

At The Stayton, we take a holistic approach to successful aging. That means supporting the physical, spiritual and mental well-being of our residents. Mental well-being includes mental health and mental acuity, both of which can be a common concern for older adults. At the first sign of forgetfulness, it can be easy to worry about …

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Activities for Seniors With Dementia that Will Give Them a Sense of Purpose

What are the right activities for people living with Alzheimer’s disease or another form of dementia? Finding the best activities for family members with dementia can offer sensory stimulation and the opportunity to connect with others while helping older adults feel productive. The main obstacles to overcome for people living with dementia are depression and …

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What is a Cardiac LifeVest?

As the calendar turns to February, our nation turns its attention to our hearts. But not just for Valentine’s Day. In 1956, President Lyndon B. Johnson declared February American Heart Month to bring attention to heart health and heart disease – the number one killer of Americans each year. Heart health is especially important for …

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Exercises to Start in 2021: Water Aerobics

As we age, exercise becomes more difficult. Balance, joint pain, heart and lung issues, bone density, and even hearing can affect our ability to safely work out. But one form of exercise is at the top of the list when it comes to physical activity for seniors: water aerobics. Why? Because aquatic exercises can provide …

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