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.
The holiday season is a special time of year for sharing old traditions and making brand new memories with the people we care about most. If you have loved ones in assisted living, you may be wondering how to include them in your holiday plans.
Without the care of our parents, we would never grow into the adults we are today. What happens when those roles reverse though? As parents age, it may become your duty to take care of them instead. Taking care of aging parents is slowly becoming
If you’re looking at senior living options, the good news is that there are lots of choices to fit your particular needs and lifestyle. The challenge is sorting through all of those options. Is assisted living the right choice for you? Or would a nursing
Money is a stressful topic, and when it comes to paying for assisted living, it can be a confusing topic as well. The rules and regulations for insurance and financial planning can be daunting if you’ve never dealt with them before. Finding how to pay
It can’t happen to me. It’s just part of getting old. There’s nothing I can do. The reality is a quarter of Americans 65 and older experience a fall each year. According to the Centers for Disease Control, falls are the leading cause of fatal