Resources

Whether you are looking for yourself or a loved one, we want to help.

Our aim is to be a resource at every point in your senior living journey. Whether you’re just starting to do some research, looking to move to a community right away, or just need some answers or support, we can help point you in the right direction. We would obviously love to serve you and your family directly, but more than that we feel obligated to help you decide what the best situation is for you, whether it be in an LCB community or someplace more appropriate.

Use our guides or explore our blog posts by topic to answer any questions you may have. If you don’t find what you’re looking for, just ask!

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Questions to Ask Yourself Before Becoming a Caregiver

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As we all continue to live longer, some well beyond the average life expectancy of 78.7 years, more and more of us are facing the possibility of becoming

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Preparing to Sell Your Loved One’s Home

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For aging loved ones, deciding to sell the home they’ve lived in for many years that likely holds many memories can be overwhelming and stressful for all involved.

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Identifying Balance Issues in Seniors

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Having good balance is essential to our physical safety and well-being. We rely on the body to maintain balance to perform simple daily tasks like staying upright, walking

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Seniors and Hip Fractures

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As we age, the risk of falling due to difficulties with mobility and balance increases greatly. Falls account for the highest number of accident-related deaths in the senior

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Alzheimer’s Disease and Depression

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Seven percent of the world’s older population, including about 6 million Americans over 65, experience depression, making it the top mental health concern for seniors. Depression commonly develops

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How Alzheimer’s Disease Affects Women and Men Differently

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Alzheimer’s disease, the most common type of dementia, is becoming more prevalent as the average life expectancy continues to increase. Today, more than five million Americans live with

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Managing Your Loved One’s Medications

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If you are caring for a senior loved one, chances are high that they’re taking at least one prescription medication for chronic or acute health concerns. It might

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The Dos and Don’ts of Retirement Planning

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Retirement is a time of life that most people look forward to. For some, though, the possibility of reaching retirement age while not feeling financially secure is a

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The Signs of Early-Onset Alzheimer’s

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Have you noticed your loved one occasionally forgetting what they were about to say or having difficulty recalling names and retrieving specific words? Maybe you’ve witnessed them misplacing

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Planning for Unexpected Healthcare Costs

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As we age, planning for retirement is essential to living comfortably. Many of us are thinking about saving enough funds to cover day-to-day living expenses while still having

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New Year’s Resolutions for Seniors

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Without a doubt, 2020 was a challenging year for many different reasons, with the coronavirus pandemic topping that list. Although we are continuing to navigate life during this

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Seniors and Sleep

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As we age, sleep plays a critical role in brain and body health, yet many seniors do not get enough good quality sleep. Seniors aged 65 and older

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