There’s a brand new option for senior assisted living in Detroit.
One Detroit nursing home closes each year. That’s among the findings of a new report out this week by the The Detroit Area Agency on Aging.
These factors and much more play an important part in making the right choice in senior living for yourself or a loved one. At Waltonwood, a Singh Senior Living Community, we are dedicated to upholding the highest standards of care and luxury living our residents have come to expect from the Waltonwood name since we began in the 1980’s.
WWJ’s Florence Walton spoke with DTE Energy Expert Larry Kaufman who offered up some simple ideas that can really help keep the warmth inside, and money and your pocket, this winter.
According to the Area Agency on Aging 1-B, falls are the leading cause of injury related deaths among seniors. For older adults, safety in their homes is a number one concern. Older adults are hospitalized […]
Nancy Nall Reporting In some cultures it’s common to find extended families living under the same roof; the very idea of assisted-living communities and old-age homes is unheard-of. In others, like ours, the situation is […]
from Detroit at Home News Simple modifications such as wider doorways, “curbless” shower enclosures with floor-level entry and easier access to step-down living rooms are among modifications that let seniors avoid being uprooted if one […]
Anne Osmer Reporting The goal of many aging seniors is to continue living at home for as long as possible. Non-medical home care can help seniors and their families accomplish that goal by providing basic […]
Anne Osmer Reporting Many of us get squeamish or scared when it comes to discussing dying. The same is true of hospice – it conjures up ideas of death that are at worst frightening, at […]
Anne Osmer Reporting Do you have an aging parent or relative you’re worried about? Or perhaps you’re a senior yourself, concerned about your well-being. There’s good reason to be concerned. According to the Home Safety […]