August 19, 2014

New FREE Listing Alert – Senior Care Pharmacy in Lakeland, FL!

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We have a few FREE ads to dole out today starting with Senior Care Pharmacy in Lakeland, FL. They’ll get a complimentary listing on SeniorLivingGuide.com and a banner that will appear in the search results for all of Central Florida!

When Senior Care Pharmacy first opened in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, the business plan was to provide pharmacy and consulting Untitled-1services to its’ companies facilities. Shortly thereafter, it became obvious that these services were needed by other skilled and assisted living facilities. With Senior Care Pharmacy being owned by skilled and assisted living owners, our mission of caring and compassion will always be a part of every decision we make.

Check out the complete listing here and if you would like to see your senior community or service get some free advertising help, visit www.seniorlivingguide.com/freeadvertising.tpl today!

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New Advertiser Alert – Margate Manor 1189 West River Drive Margate, FL 33063

Filed under: assisted living,senior living guide — seniorlivingguide @ 10:37 am

Please welcome SeniorLivingGuide.com’s newest advertiser – Margate Manor in Margate FL! Margate Manor is a beautiful assisted living community located in southeast Florida. They have a FEATURED listing on SeniorLivingGuide.com which means when consumers looking for assisted living communities search our website, Margate Manor appears at the very top of the search results.

20140819072035logo.jpgWhen the tasks of everyday life become overwhelming, Margate Manor provides the extra level of care and service that is needed. It is the ideal choice for people who require assistance, in order to maintain their independence and dignity.

Both you and your family can enjoy the secure feeling of knowing that a member of our 24 hour, dedicated, professional staff, including licensed nurses, is always there. We help support your individual needs, including medication management.

Check out the full listing for Margate Manor here.

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May 27, 2014

Navy Pilot Shares Update with Local Group

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Susan Stone
Dir. of Development and Public Relations
757-923-5511

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
May 23, 2014

The visit from LCDR Shaun Bellemare, USN and Kelly Stirling, Public Affairs Officer, Naval Air Station (NAS) Oceana, was a trip down memory lane for many of the men attending the recent Men’s Club Breakfast at Lake Prince Woods retirement community.

With a large contingent of World War II and Korean War veterans in the audience, Ms. Stirling gave a brief overview of NAS Oceana.

111The area of Virginia Beach known as Potter’s Farm became Naval Auxiliary Air Station Oceana in 1943. Naval Auxiliary Landing Field Fentress and Dam Neck Annex are also included in Oceana. NAS Oceana’s primary mission is to train and deploy the Navy’s Atlantic Fleet strike fighter squadrons of F/A-18 Hornets and Super Hornets. The base is home to the Navy’s F-14 Tomcats and East Coast F/A-18 Hornets. Some 19 squadrons comprised of 227 aircraft call Oceana home base.

LCDR Bellemare detailed his 14 years of Navy service and spent the majority of his presentation answering questions. Since some in the audience were former military pilots, a number of the questions had to do with improvements that have been made in aviation technology since World War II; the next generation of military aircraft was also discussed.

Lake Prince Woods residents will travel to NAS Oceana next month for a tour. They will see the flight line with all the jets lined up, visit the air traffic control tour, and receive updates from some of the pilots.

Lake Prince Woods is a residential retirement community offering an array of lifestyle choices. Located in Suffolk, Virginia, the community is nestled among 172 lovely wooded acres bordering Lake Prince. As a continuing care retirement community, Lake Prince Woods offers residential living, assisted living, memory care and skilled nursing care. To learn more, visit the website: www.lakeprincewoods.org.

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February 20, 2014

Here we GROW again…

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During the holiday season SeniorLivingGuide.com changed the way our website is structured further enhancing our visibility on Google and other search engines. What this means for our advertisers is more traffic, more leads and a better return on their advertising investment. Our goal is to provide senior housing communities and services with much more than a print or web ad, but to provide the tools and investment in our our products to make their business a success.

In addition to our search engine optimization strategies, we’ve also expanded our listings into Mexico and increased our exposure in Canada. SeniorLivingGuide.com now boasts over 6,000 senior communities and services throughout North America. Are you with us? If not, drop us a line at info@seniorlivingguide.com and we’d be happy to provide you with a free boost to your advertising portfolio.

SeniorLivingGuide.com – the fastest growing senior housing resource on the web.

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August 29, 2013

Nearing last call to get your FREE ad on www.SeniorLivingGuide.com!

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2 days leftVisit www.SeniorLivingGuide.com/freeadvertising.tpl today to get a FREE ad or upgrade for 30 days with no strings attached. We’ll promote your business on the nations fastest growing senior resource and when the 30 days is up there’s no sales pitch, no trick to get you to pay for advertising – just honest to goodness free advertising for your community or senior related service. We don’t do this often, and the offer expires tomorrow. Take advantage of this great service today.

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August 13, 2013

Don’t Miss Out! Get your FREE ad or upgrade on SeniorLivingGuide.com!

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August 8, 2013

Don’t Miss Out On YOUR FREE advertisment or Upgrade!

Filed under: senior living guide,seniorlivingguide — seniorlivingguide @ 9:48 am

539637_366989143403572_254421796_nDon’t forget to sign up for your FREE ad or upgrade to your existing ad on the nations fastest growing senior housing and services resource – SeniorLivingGuide.com! We’ll build you a new ad or upgrade your existing one for FREE, then promote the heck out of it via our blog, Twitter and Facebook. You get free weblinks to your website and social media pages and direct contact info to your community or service for seniors and their loved ones to see. There’s no catch, no gimmick and no reason for you not to take advantage of this great promotion. We only offer this once a year and it only lasts for 30 days – get your FREE ad today.
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May 29, 2013

A Vision of Caring Ideal Healthcare Services

Filed under: Home Health Care,senior living guide — seniorlivingguide @ 9:47 am

If Tammy Lewis could go back in time and advise her younger self, viagra she knows exactly what she would say: “Take risks, step out on faith and ideal 3believe you are who God has called you to be.” Lewis, an RN, is CEO of Ideal Healthcare Services, a home care agency that provides personal
care and companion services to elderly and disabled adults in 11 North Carolina counties. But her younger self was not nearly as confident as the woman she is today. “I had the vision of creating this company back in 1994, but fear held me back for over 10 years,” she says. Fortunately, Lewis’ desire to help seniors ultimately proved stronger than her fears, and she launched Ideal Healthcare in 2005.
Over the next few years she successfully applied for an SBA loan and, with the support of her mentor, County Commissioner James West, honed her business skills as a member of the City of Raleigh Pacesetters program. The most important business lesson of all: Delegate. “Once I started to delegate some of the work to other people, everything ran a lot smoother.”

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Caring for others comes naturally to Lewis. You might say it’s part of her DNA. One of her earliest childhood memories is of watching two great-grandmothers succumb to cancer – and of the loving care each received from family members. “That’s what I want to do when I grow up,” she recalls thinking.

The belief that everyone deserves the same level of care her great-grandmothers received has guided Lewis’ every career decision, every interaction with a patient, client or family member during her 20-plus years working in hospitals, long-term care and home health, and in her current role at Ideal Healthcare. “Our mission is to provide all clients with a compatible companion/aide who will enhance their quality of life and help them maintain their dignity,” Lewis says. Home visits from physicians and nurse practitioners are also available. To ensure that every client and family member feels loved and safe, Lewis personally visits each one prior to the start of care. Like any business, Ideal Healthcare has had its ups and downs, and Lewis and her team continue to face their share of challenges. Still, there’s nothing else she would rather do. “This is the best job I’ve ever had, simply because it doesn’t feel like one,” Lewis says. “I’m incredibly lucky to have work I truly love.” By all accounts, the people she cares for are lucky, too.

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May 21, 2013

New Listing Alert – Family First HomeCare, LLC 374 Speedwell Ave Morris Plains, NJ 07950

Filed under: Home Health Care,senior living guide — seniorlivingguide @ 2:06 pm

20130521114038logoFamily First HomeCare is the premier non-medical home care agency in Northern and Central New Jersey and surrounding areas, buy viagra providing a wide range of services.

Family First HomeCare is a locally-owned and operated company and is passionate about serving seniors and those in need.

View the full listing here – http://www.seniorlivingguide.com/DB/facilities.tpl?sku=20130521114038

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May 2, 2013

Continue Learning at Any Age: Seven Ways to Keep Your Brain Active

Filed under: retirement,senior living guide,Seniors — seniorlivingguide @ 10:19 am

Courtesy of Kandace Heller [kandaceheller@gmail.com]

An active and busy life brings happiness and contentment, as well as providing a defense against some age-related problems such as Alzheimer’s disease. The list of things you can do to keep your brain active and sharp is endless, depending upon personal interests and abilities. From physical activity to puzzles and hobbies, there is something out there for everyone to do. To give you some ideas of where to start, here is a list of seven ways to keep your brain active:

1.Puzzles

From crossword puzzles found in the daily paper or online to jigsaw puzzles to ponder over in the living room, puzzles of all kinds are a great way to exercise the brain.

continue learning at any age2. Reading

Reading keeps the brain active in several ways; the actual process of reading followed by the brain activity as your mind thinks about what you have read even long after you’ve finished actually reading it.

3.Music

Listening to music and learning to play an instrument is great mental activity and can bring many hours of enjoyment. It is never too late to learn to play a musical instrument.

4.Hobbies-

Anything at all that occupies your mind and keeps it active is a good thing. From quilting or golfing to collecting trains or getting involved in compound microscope projects, whatever it is that brings you contentment.

5.Video games

Gaming on the computer or a game system is not just for the young folks. Actively playing Scrabble online or getting involved in a video game are great ways to keep the mind sharp, for your brain is always making decisions and reacting to what is going on.

6.Language

 Learning a new language is good brain exercise for any age. Take a foreign language class, learn by yourself online, whatever works best for you. There are many books and online websites that make doing this from home easy.

7.Physical activity

From walking with friends or biking to yard work and walking the dog, all physical activity is good for your mind as well as your body. Moving the body is a critical part of staying healthy and active in life.

As you can see, active participation in just about any activity can keep your brain working, keeping it sharp and active. Choosing activities that you enjoy and find fulfillment in doing is a bonus, bringing you happiness while also helping to keep you healthy and active.

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