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April Davis

April has over 15 years of experience working with residents in their Cottage home. She has worked in the Cottage in a variety of roles, giving her a unique perspective and a true understanding of what challenges our seniors and their families face. She has two children, Alyssa and Jackson.

Recent Posts

5 Fabulous Places to Visit During Your Retirement

You don’t have to slow down now that you’re retired. If you are still able to travel, now may be the best time to get out and see some new places that you’ve always wanted to visit. Here ... Read More

5 Great Resource Guides for Caregivers of Seniors

Close to one third of the US population consists of caregivers who take care of family members or loved ones. If you or someone you love is looking for more information and ... Read More

3 Ways Caregivers Can Get Financial Assistance

If you are a caregiver looking for financial assistance, there are several programs that may be able to help you. While you will still have to pay some out-of-pocket, taking advantage of ... Read More

5 Great Books All Caregivers Should Read

As a caregiver, it is important that you take time for yourself to avoid Read More

Find the Right Assisted Living Community for Mom

Assisted living is senior care that is geared toward people who are still independent but need some help with activities of daily living. These tasks vary from resident to resident and ... Read More

5 Ways Seniors Can Eat Healthy

It’s no secret that choosing to eat healthy can—along with just generally making you feel better— help to prolong your life. Many seniors suffer from Read More

5 Fun St. Patrick's Day Activities for Seniors

Saint Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland, is celebrated every year on his feast day of March 17. In the United States, we usually celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with good Irish food, good ... Read More

5 Fun Activities Seniors Can Do with Their Grandkids

Spending a day with the grandchildren is something many seniors look forward to. Whether you spend a lot of time with your grandkids or only see them occasionally because they live far ... Read More