October 2014 - LCB Senior Living, LLC
Our Top Blogs

Our Top Blogs

Your mom’s forgetfulness is starting to worry you; Dad’s just been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s; or, you’ve just moved closer to your ailing relative to take on the role of caregiver. Any of these scenarios will have you reaching for your laptop, searching for advice...
Meal Plans for One

Meal Plans for One

If your mom or dad (or a senior close to you) lives alone and is having to cook for themselves, you may be concerned about them getting the proper nutrition they need. The fact is, although their caloric intake can be lower, elderly people critically need the right...
The Power of Positive Thinking

The Power of Positive Thinking

Our parents’ aging can feel like a process of elimination – they might lose mobility, strength, friends – it’s hard not to feel helpless watching them sometimes, even if they’re fit enough to live independently. And these losses, however incremental, can add up to...
Part One: Coping with Grief

Part One: Coping with Grief

Half of all married couples will experience the death of a spouse in their lifetime, and there is nothing more stressful, no matter what the circumstances. And when it’s your mom or dad dealing with this loss, you have to somehow manage your own grief while supporting...