February 28, 2013

New Listing Alert – Fred Lind Manor 1802 17th Ave Seattle, WA 98122

Filed under: active adult,assisted living,New Senior Housing Information,retirement — seniorlivingguide @ 12:34 pm

Fred Lind ManorFred Lind Manor is a boutique retirement and assisted living Seattle community located at the crest of Capitol Hill, cheap WA.

Come explore this true urban oasis where the people are real and the community is inviting.Live at Fred Lind Manor and you’ll be just blocks away from city favorites like Trader Joes, decease Madison Market, viagra Seattle’s historic churches, and top-notch doctors. Step inside this safe and secure retirement home Seattle and you’ll instantly feel comfortable and at home amid our charming accommodations and unpretentious surroundings.

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New Listing Alert – Evercare – Tucson 6245 E Broadway Blvd # 600 Tucson, AZ 85711

Filed under: Hospice,New Senior Housing Information — seniorlivingguide @ 12:23 pm

At Evercare™ Hospice & Palliative Care, health we are committed to providing the best hospice and palliative care experience available. This commitment is demonstrated through our CHAP accreditation and expressed in our Seven Point Pledge.

In every area of hospice care, we try to do more than what is required—and expected. The desire to do more can be seen in the passion and commitment of our staff and volunteers. It can also be measured by the services we offer, which go above and beyond what typical hospices offer.

View the full listing here – http://www.seniorlivingguide.com/DB/facilities.tpl?sku=20130228101608

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New Listing Alert – Interim – Tucson 5055 East Broadway, Suite D104 Tucson, AZ 85711

Filed under: home health care,New Senior Housing Information — seniorlivingguide @ 12:08 pm

Interim Health CareAt Interim HealthCare we understand how important it is to have someone you can depend on when you or someone you love wants to stay at home to maintain the highest level of health and independence. Our mission is to improve people’s lives and that is what we do every day. With a broad range of home care expertise, capsule our trained professionals offer comprehensive home care and supportive services that are cost-effective and highly personalized.

View the full listing here – http://www.seniorlivingguide.com/DB/facilities.tpl?sku=20130228100346

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Dentures Versus Implants: The Battle Continues

Filed under: seniorlivingguide,Seniors — seniorlivingguide @ 11:59 am

Courtesy of Vicky Hyde [vicreation1@yahoo.com]

Many dental patients might one day need to make the choice between dentures and implants. The decision will depend on several factors. Among them are the costs, how much commitment the patient is willing to give to his or her oral health and the amount of physical comfort he or she requires.

Dentures

Dentures can be full or partial, which means they can replace some or all of the patient’s natural teeth. Dentures can also be removed and can be made of plastic, metal or porcelain. Some dentures are conventional and others are immediate. The immediate dentures are given to the patient on the same day his or her teeth are pulled. Their purpose is to protect the patient’s mouth while the conventional dentures are created. The conventional dentures should be ready in two to three months after the teeth have been extracted and the patient’s gums have healed.

A patient who wants dentures will need to make at least five trips to the dentist to make sure the dentures are a good fit. Afterwards, the dentures might be uncomfortable for a short period of time. They will need to be taken out every day and brushed. They’ll need to be soaked in water or a cleanser when they’re not being worn.

A person who wears dentures will need to visit his or her dentist regularly to make sure that the dentures still fit. Since the shape of a person’s jaw changes as they age, the dentures may need to be adjusted.

Implants

Implants are crowns placed on posts implanted in the jaw and so are supposed to be at least semi-permanent. An implant can last for a decade or longer if it’s properly cared for. However, getting implants requires an investment of time as well as money on the part of the dental patient. When the dentist implants the post the jawbone will need to fuse with it, a process that can takes months. In the meantime, the patient will need to take special care of the area, which might be covered by a temporary crown. When the post is finally fused to the bone, the permanent crown will then be fitted onto it. Nowadays, technology has advanced to the point where the crown can be fashioned to match the rest of the patient’s natural teeth. After the crown is placed on the post, the patient will need to care for it the way he or she cares for the other teeth.

Dental implants are quite expensive and cost considerably more than dentures. However, there are some medical insurance policies that can cover the cost, or the patient can work out a payment schedule with his or her dentist.

Author Bio

For more information about dentures and implants, contact www.marketheightsfamilydental.com. Vicky Hyde is a freelance writer and culinary aficionado. In her free time she enjoys mountain biking and playing guitar.

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New Listing Alert – Good Samaritan Society – Quiburi Mission 850 S Hwy. 80 Benson, AZ 85602

Good SamThe Good Samaritan Society – Quiburi Mission is a Medicare-certified rehabilitation and skilled care center in Benson, check Ariz., sildenafil nestled between the Whetstone Mountains to the west, cialis the Dragoon Mountains to the east, the Huachuca Mountains to the south and the Winchester Mountains to the north.The name Quiburi is a Sobaipuri Indian word meaning “houses.” In addition to rehabilitation and skilled care, the campus offers two apartment buildings for seniors.

View the full listing here – http://www.seniorlivingguide.com/DB/facilities.tpl?sku=20130228094853

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New Listing Alert – Adair Funeral Home – Carroon Mortuary 1191 N. Grand Ave. Nogales, AZ 85621

Filed under: New Senior Housing Information,senior living guide — seniorlivingguide @ 11:46 am

Adair Funeral HomesLocated in Nogales, discount Arizona, find the gateway to Mexico, this chapel serves all the communities of Southern Arizona, and also assists funeral homes throughout Arizona and the nation in transferring of deceaseds in and out of Mexico. We offer both a large and a small chapel at this location to provide for the varied needs of all of our families. Our staff here is largely bilingual and average better than 10 years service with the Adair family.

View the full listing here – http://www.seniorlivingguide.com/DB/facilities.tpl?sku=20130228094334

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New Listing Alert – Adair Funeral Home – Avalon Chapel 8090 N. Northern Tucson, AZ 85704

Filed under: New Senior Housing Information,senior living guide — seniorlivingguide @ 11:41 am

Adair Funeral HomesOpened in 1984 after being moved from the old Spanish mansion, this chapel predominately serves Tucson’s North side as well as the several communities located North of metro Tucson. The large chapel, with seating for approximately 200 is entirely decorated with stained glass butterflies. This chapel also contains a large central solarium which many families use either for memorial services or receptions following their chapel service. We have our own crematory on the premises to serve the needs of our families desiring cremation.

View the full listing here – http://www.seniorlivingguide.com/DB/facilities.tpl?sku=20130228093756

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New Listing Alert – Adair Funeral Home – Dodge Chapel 1050 N. Dodge Blvd. Tucson, AZ 85716

Filed under: New Senior Housing Information,senior living guide — seniorlivingguide @ 11:36 am

Adair Funeral HomesOur original and main location, situated in what is now central Tucson, was opened by the Adair family in 1956. The original building has had two major additions added to it over the years to try and keep up with the growth of the area and the number of families that we serve. Now comprising approximately 12,000 square feet, it offers a chapel with seating for approximately 150 people with overflow areas that allow for approximately another 100 – 150 people. Several slumber rooms are available for our families, as well as several arrangement offices. Keeping with the Adair family’s goal of providing a true community service, this chapel also provides contractual services to Pima County, the Bureau of Indian Affairs, the Department of the Air Force and the Bureau of Prisons. We also provide services for the Southern Arizona Missing In Action Project. We maintain our own crematory on premises with multiple retorts available to provide services for our families.

View the full listing here – http://www.seniorlivingguide.com/DB/facilities.tpl?sku=20130228092845

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New Listing Alert – Bayada Health Care – Tucson 6367 E Tanque Verde Rd #130 Tucson, AZ 85715

Filed under: home health care,New Senior Housing Information — seniorlivingguide @ 11:13 am

Bayada Home Health CareWelcome to BAYADA Home Health Care. Every day, our expert team of BAYADA Nurses, Therapists, Home Health Aides, and Medical Social Workers provide quality care to people of every age and stage of life.

We believe our clients and families turn to BAYADA Home Health Care because of our heartfelt commitment to providing care with compassion, excellence, and reliability. It’s more than a commitment — it’s our calling. It’s The BAYADA Way.

View the full listing here – http://www.seniorlivingguide.com/DB/facilities.tpl?sku=20130228085201

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February 27, 2013

New Listing Alert – Awarded Home Care – Parma 9701 Brookpark Road #250-D Parma, OH 44129

Filed under: home health care,New Senior Housing Information — seniorlivingguide @ 10:46 am

Awarded Home CareAWARDED HOME CARE is a family-owned and operated company. The offices are located in Solon and Parma, store Ohio. Since the company opened its doors, we’ve treated every customer like they were a part of our family. Other companies may offer similar services, but our services are the best, and come with a personal touch.

View the full listing here – http://www.seniorlivingguide.com/DB/facilities.tpl?sku=20130227084216

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