Downloads and Guides

Articles, guides and other resources.

We’re always happy to share articles, guides, checklists and tip sheets about senior health, senior living, and other topics of interest. Scroll down to see a sample of free resources you can download and keep.

If you have comments or questions about a particular topic, or would like more information, contact us using the form on this page or call us at (972) 726-7575.

In-Home Care vs. Assisted Living

When managing daily tasks becomes challenging for your senior loved one, it may be time for more help. Compare the benefits of assisted living versus in-home care and which lifestyle factors are most important to you.

Compare the benefits with our guide.

A Caregiver’s Guide

Becoming a caregiver doesn’t come with a how-to manual. It can be overwhelming, especially if all of this is new to you. Even if your loved one is in an advanced stage of a memory-related disorder, we understand you still need a place to find information and get answers to your questions.

Check Out Our Caregiver’s Guide for support.

How People Can Live Self-Directed, High-Quality Lives in Mid- to Late-Stage Dementia

Each person has a unique story and a variety of interests, no matter how far the symptoms of dementia have progressed. Many people living with mid- to late-stage dementia still have the drive and desire to pursue the activities and hobbies they once loved.

Check out our guide.

Ten Signs it Might Be Time for Assisted Living

Looking for clues that it might be time to consider assisted living? Learn some of the common signs and symptoms you should look for to determine if it’s the right time to think about options for your future or the future of your loved one.

Read the full article.

Assisted Living Conversation Starters

When searching for an assisted living community there are so many questions and things to consider. It can be overwhelming, and you may need a good starting point to have the conversations that come with making the transition. To help you, we created these conversation starter questions that cover topics like health, lifestyle and future expenses.

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When Does Someone with Dementia Need 24/7 Care?

Your loved one’s journey with dementia is an emotional journey for the whole family, and it’s full of new challenges and difficult decisions as the condition progresses. Although every situation is different, let’s discuss some of the signs that someone with dementia needs 24/7 care.

Check out our guide.

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Explore our FAQ for answers to the most-asked questions about senior living.