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Michelle Kelley

Michelle Haigler Kelley is a native of Montgomery, Alabama. She and her husband Shane live in Pike Road with their daughters. She graduated from Auburn University at Montgomery and began her career in the senior care industry as an Activity Director before obtaining her Alabama Assisted Living Administrator License in 2014. “I have truly found my calling in life to work with our seniors. After all, they are considered the greatest generation,” says Michelle. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her family and going to the lake.

Recent Posts

Take "A Walk Through Dementia" with Google's New Project

For those of us who do not have Alzheimer’s or dementia, it is difficult to really know the daily struggle that our loved ones who do have dementia go through. To help people better ... Read More

Assisted Living vs. Memory Care: What Are the Differences?

Two of the most popular types of senior care today are assisted living and memory care. When our loved ones can’t live on their own anymore, often times we must choose between the ... Read More

Ballroom Dancing Is a Great Way for Seniors to Boost Their Health and Have Fun

Many seniors want to stay physically fit, but they grow tired of using gym equipment, and they start looking for something more fun to keep them active and healthy. Enter ballroom ... Read More

Education May Play a Role in Decline in Dementia Rates

The number of senior Americans who are being diagnosed with Read More

Using Doll Therapy to Treat Alzheimer's

There are currently several different Read More

10 Ways You Can Lower Your Risk of Developing Alzheimer's

One day, we will find a cure for Alzheimer’s. Scientists are Read More

New Treatment Has Reversed Memory Loss in Alzheimer's Patients

Researchers are giving new hope to the fight against Alzheimer’s. A new type of personalized treatment has reversed memory loss in ten patients who were in various stages of cognitive ... 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

The Science Behind Why "Super-Ager" Seniors' Brains Look Younger

While there is a lot of research devoted to how people end up suffering from Read More