The Cottages Blog

Your Checklist for What Seniors Should Look for in a Health Care Provider

As we age, it is important that our primary health care provider understands our bodies and minds and is knowledgeable about the specific medical needs of seniors. When looking for a ... Read More

5 Signs Your Senior Parent Should Not Be Living Alone

Making the decision that it’s time for your senior parent to stop living alone can be difficult. The signs that there is a problem can be very subtle at first. If your senior parent is ... Read More

Resident Profile: Clara Morris

Clara Morris and her daughter Charlotte Collins

Ms. Clara Morris is 89 years old and lives at our ... Read More

Common Myths About Senior Eating and Nutrition

As we age, our bodies change. Seniors eat differently and require a different level of nutrition than they did as younger adults. Let’s take a look at some of the common myths about ... Read More

5 Fun Fall Crafts and Activities for Seniors

With the temperature outside cooling off and the leaves slowly starting to change colors, it’s time to start thinking about some fun fall activities that you and your senior loved one ... Read More

Changes in Mom's Sense of Humor Could Be Early Signs of Dementia

Often, with diseases like Alzheimer’s and dementia, the first signs and symptoms are subtle and are confused with normal signs of aging. So the diseases go unnoticed for many years. ... Read More

Resident Profile: Howard Roberts

Howard Roberts is 74 years old and lives at Read More