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.

A Culpepper Place employee brings nutritious food and drink on a tray to a resident who is sitting in an armchair.

Keeping Up With Senior Nutrition as You Age

Aging is hard on your body, so staying healthy is of the utmost importance. A key part of staying healthy is maintaining proper nutrition. However, that’s easier said than done. Some research suggests that approximately one in four older adults suffer from poor nutrition. Seniors

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A happy, silver haired couple pose as they do yoga together in a well-lit recreation area.

Top 4 Exercises for Senior Fitness

As you age, you can feel your body starting to fight with you. There are aches and pains that appear overnight and activities that seem more difficult than usual. Exercising may feel hard or outright impossible, but this isn’t the truth. A study by the

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A woman resident cooks spaghetti while reading a recipe on an iPad in her private apartment.

Psychological Benefits of Cooking for Seniors

All of us have some happy memories attached to being in the kitchen. Whether it’s gathering for a Thanksgiving meal you’ve helped prepare or making cookies from scratch with your grandmother, food brings people together in a way that no other experience can. It’s no

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