5 Signs of a Urinary Tract Infection (UTI)

Urinary Tract Infections (UTI’s) can occur in people of all ages, including the elderly. It’s important to recognize the signs and symptoms of a UTI so that it can be diagnosed and treated promptly. Here are five common signs of a urinary tract infection: Frequent and Urgent Need to Urinate: An increased frequency of urination, […]

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5 Activities to Do with Your Elderly Loved One

There are many activities you can do with elderly loved ones at home to help keep them engaged, stimulated, and happy. Here are five activities you can consider: Arts and Crafts: Engaging in arts and crafts activities such as painting, drawing, or scrapbooking can be a fun and creative way to spend time with elderly […]

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Common Misconceptions About Hospice

At Chester Street Residence in Royal Oak, Michigan, we are frequently asked about hospice services and who qualifies. There can be many misconceptions about hospice and the services they provide.  We are trying to address most common questions about hospice and attempting to help with these misconceptions, so you better understand the options for your […]

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Fun Activities for Grandparents to Do with Grandchildren

Create memories that last a lifetime with your grandchildren by setting them up with skills they can use for the rest of their lives! Whether it’s having fun in the kitchen learning to cook or bake, digging in the garden and planting flowers, or playing card games around the table, get engaged and build a […]

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Time to Start Looking for Assisted Living? Here’s the Process

If you find yourself in the position of needing to find a long-term senior living and/or assisted living community for your loved one, we have documented the most important considerations in order to help guide your search so you can make an educated decision. Remember, it is completely normal to feel stress, anxiety, nervousness, hesitation […]

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To Move or Not To Move

For our whole lives, our relationship with our parents is based upon them giving us guidance and transitions to us seeking their advice as we grow into adults.  Fast forward a while and all of the sudden the roles are reversed.  Sometimes slowly over time or perhaps what feels like overnight, the adult child is […]

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