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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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How to Help on The Longest Day

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Every year, the LCB Senior Living community joins people worldwide to fight the darkness of Alzheimer’s on what is known as The Longest Day, or the summer solstice.

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Ideas for a Fun Father’s Day

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Father’s Day is approaching, and, considering that the last couple of years have made it hard to celebrate with loved ones, you may want to make this one extra special

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Tenderness Between Senior Mother And Mature Daughter

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Self-Care for the Caregiver

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If you are one of the more than 40 million Americans providing care to a senior parent or loved one, you will likely experience caregiver burnout at some point or

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Lifelong Learning and Brain Health

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A healthy brain is an active brain. Cognitive stimulation is especially critical for the aging brain and preventing or delaying the onset of dementia symptoms. The brain training industry marketed

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Ensuring the Safety of Seniors Living Alone

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The decision many seniors face to age in place versus moving to senior living isn’t just an emotional or a lifestyle one. According to the CDC, aging in place requires

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Grandchildren and their Aging Grandparents

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The grandchild-to-grandparent relationship is so often a cherished one. However, challenges can crop up when young ones come up against grandparents’ behavioral changes, whether due to aging, illness,

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Managing a Hospital Visit and Dementia

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No one enjoys taking a trip to the emergency room. It’s usually chaotic and disorienting, with long stretches of uncomfortable waiting that can try anyone’s patience. For someone

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The Best Pets for Seniors

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If your doctor told you she had a medication that would help lower your blood pressure, reduce your risk of depression, suppress stress hormone levels, boost serotonin, and help

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Six Reasons for Seniors to Practice Yoga

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With 36 Americans actively practicing some form of yoga, it’s clear that its benefits are well understood. Yoga is an excellent form of low-impact exercise that also improves overall strength

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The Stressful Side of Caregiving

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Understanding Aggressive Behaviors Related to Dementia

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It’s estimated that more than one-third of those living with dementia exhibit aggressive behavior. This is particularly true for those in the condition’s moderate-to-severe stages. Your loved one may become verbally

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The Toll of Loneliness on the Elderly

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The Link Between Dementia and Type 2 Diabetes

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According to health and disease experts, Type 2 diabetes is rapidly becoming a global epidemic, with the number of diagnosed cases tripling over the last forty years. An estimated one out of three

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Weight Loss Tips for Seniors

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More than two-thirds of Americans are considered overweight or obese. That’s an astonishing figure, and the numbers are slightly higher for people over sixty. What’s somewhat different is the approach

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