The digestive system is a large and complex system in our bodies. For adults, the actual system of organs that handle digestive functions can be around 30 feet long if you were to spread it out in a linear fashion. That's a lot of body tissue and organs, which means there's plenty of room for something to go wrong—one reason digestive complaints are a very common issue among people of all ages.
Winter is in full swing, and for many seniors, getting out in the cold isn't something they want to do often or for very long. But whether you like to zip up and brave the brisk winds for a walk or you'd rather stay cozy in an armchair in the assisted living community, winter movies can be fun entertainment. They help you relive or remember past adventures in the snow, warm up under a blanket after your own recent expedition or while away dark winter evenings.
As a faith-based organization, we believe that every person is uniquely created by God and that they have something to offer to others on this earth. That uniqueness means that everyone’s needs and preferences differ, and that’s true even as we age. That means what might be right for one older adult isn’t necessarily ideal for another, which is why at the Park Regency assisted living community in Loveland, we offer numerous levels of care and service options you can choose from.
Going green might sound like a trend for young people, but working to conserve the environment is actually something people of all ages — and in all locations — can do. That includes residents of the Park Regency Loveland assisted living community in Loveland, CO.Whether you’re already a resident or you’re considering a move into an assisted living apartment in the near future, here are some ways you can work to protect the environment.1. Engage in recycling.When you think of recycling, you migh...
Most elementary school programs ensure that children have ample time for play. Active play takes place on playgrounds during recess and during physical education lessons. But even within academic lessons, games and movement are incorporated — and not just because young children have trouble sitting still.It’s because play is a great way for the brain to process information, and it’s also good for mental and physical health.
A few simple decor changes can transform an ordinary assisted living apartment into a cozy, welcoming home. At Park Regency Loveland, many members of our community update their interior with wall art and other accents. Showcase your love for the heavenly father with crosses or framed Bible verses, or adorn your walls with photos of friends and family. Whether you prefer neutral hues or lively patterns, here are five contemporary decorating tips for your apartment.
Deciding on a senior living community to care for your parents or parent is never an easy decision. But when you keep in mind what living arrangements are best for your mother or father and consider that the staff at Park Regency assisted living in Loveland, CO, is able to take care of the social, spiritual and physical health of your loved one, the answer may be a bit more clear.
Seniors of faith residing at the Park Regency assisted living community in Loveland might know some of the book of Ephesians by heart. Many people memorize verses from this book throughout the years, even if they didn't mean to do so. For example, the sixth chapter of this book is the armor of God chapter, where you get the verses about putting on the helmet of salvation and the shoes of the gospel and using the sword of the Spirit.
Fats, carbs, sugars and fiber. Those are just some words you might come across when you're trying to figure out what diet is right for you. Cholesterol is another one, and you might also have heard about the need to manage your cholesterol level from your medical provider. But with people throwing around terms like good and bad cholesterol — and the outlook on basic foods such as eggs changing many times in a lifetime — seniors might be confused about where they stand with cholesterol.
Whether or not you're on social media, you've probably heard of fake news. And if you haven't, here's the basic premise: a lot of the information circulating in various media today may or may not be trustworthy. Seniors that want to keep up with current events often have to get the story from various places and put the pieces together so they can decide for themselves.