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Finding the Right Living Situation for Those with Alzheimer’s

Today the statistics on the escalation of Alzheimer’s and Dementia are astounding. It is anticipated that close to 1 in 3 deaths in Washington...

What are the Signs When it’s Time to Make a Change?

I don’t know a single eldercare provider in my circle that wants to move a senior before it’s time to do so. Yet, I...

Six Questions to Ask when Considering Senior Living

A few weeks ago, I had the honor and pleasure to join our own Daphne Davis at the Boulevard Park Church in Burien. We...

What is a 55+ Senior Living Community? Is it for me?

One option in downsizing your family home when you aren’t ready yet for retirement living is a 55+ Senior Living Community. A 55+ community is where...

With a Little Help: Making the Transition, with Shawn D’Amelio

Shawn D'Amelio talks about CarePartners Living partnerships such as With A Little Help. It's helpful to have a partner during the transition from in-home...

Adam Clark with Aegis Living

Adam Clark, VP of Growth Strategies for Aegis Living, discusses the programs and foundations of Aegis living. They operate 13 senior living communities in...

Things That Stop Us, with Daphne Davis

Daphne Davis at Pinnacle Senior Placements talks about the biggest thing she's been running into, which is people becoming paralyzed by their own fears,...
Kelley Smith

Dementia: Retaining freedom and dignity, with Kelley Smith

Kelley Smith, VP of sales and marketing at CarePartners Senior Living, talks at Discovery 2019, the 34th Annual Alzheimer's Regional Conference. CarePartners operates seven dementia-dedicated senior care facilities in Washington. Sometimes intervention happens too soon — it has to be the right marriage of timing and where seniors are in their journey.

Adjusting to the New Normal with Daphne Davis

Daphne Davis at Pinnacle Senior Placements tells caregivers: know that you're doing your best. When you've gotten feedback from family or friends, take it...