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.

New Year’s Resolutions

The holiday season is here and now is the time to create a lasting memory with your loved ones. This year Christmas may be different due to the pandemic and the uncertainties of the world.

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Transition through the Pandemic

To say these past months have been challenging would be an understatement! Acclimating to the social distancing rules that society has bestowed upon us has been tough. As humans we depend on social interaction; to go from daily interaction to now measuring the distance between

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A Culpepper Place resident man smiles and gardens among purple flowers outside.

The Benefits of Gardening for Seniors

The birds are singing, the smell of fresh-cut grass is in the air, and for many, thoughts turn to gardening. Whether you plant your flowers and vegetables in containers on your patio or in a large traditional garden, there are numerous health, physical, psychological and mental benefits

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A senior couple meets with an advisor to plan for long-term care.

Importance of A Power of Attorney for Seniors

Imagine you are incapacitated due to an accident or emergency. Imagine you’re recovering from a surgery or that you have developed the first stages of Alzheimer’s. Who will make your medical decisions when you cannot? Who will take care of your bills and finances?  Seniors

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