CULPEPPER PLACE ASSISTED LIVING BLOG 

Culpepper Place provides monthly resources on the topic of assisted living and maintaining a happy and healthy lifestyle while aging. Seniors, families, and caregivers can all benefit from reading the topics on the Culpepper Place blog.

If you’re transitioning into assisted living or know someone who is, there are plenty of posts that we’ve included that will help you and your loved one adjust with a sense of optimism. We cover topics such as how to discuss moving to an assisted living facility with your parent, the cost of in-home care v. assisted living, and how assisted living enhances quality of life. 

For caregivers, we have posts that cover caregiver guilt, dementia, and more.  

Of course, you’ll need to browse through our blog posts to find out more! We hope you enjoy reading the resources that we’ve created for you.

Man sitting on a sofa listening to podcasts for seniors on an iPad

The Best Podcasts for Older Adults and Seniors

According to Statista.com, podcast listeners are growing at a rate of about 20 million per year with total listenership cresting above 120 million in the United States in 2021. There are podcasts on nearly every subject imaginable. However, you may be wondering if there are

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What is a Healthcare Advocate?

Have you ever been to the doctor and did not understand what is being explained to you? Have you been on the phone with your insurance company and hung up with so many unanswered questions? Have you ever been so confused about your medical coverage

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Sundowners In Elderly  

Sundowning is a state of increased agitation, confusion, disorientation, and anxiety that typically occurs in the late afternoon or evening in some individuals affected with dementia. Elderly men and women are vulnerable to become victims of sundowning. Those who suffer from Alzheimer’s, dementia, or Parkinson’s

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Foods That Promote Healing After Surgery

Surgery is a difficult topic for many senior citizens to discuss with family members, their doctors, or themselves. Realizing that surgery is needed is a scary thought process and worrying about the recovery process can be stressful for many seniors. The post surgery recovery process

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