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Dec 01
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Dining Out on a Diabetic Diet

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You are probably aware that managing diabetes goes hand-in-hand with eating carefully. Of course, being cautious does not mean you have to swear off dining out for good! Stop treating dining out as your “cheat meal” and stay true to your nutrition with these tips!

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Nov 15
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Oaks Senior Living

Senior-Safe Traveling Tips

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Everyone can benefit from traveling, especially independent living seniors. There are a variety of mental health benefits that arise from traveling - seeing new sights and escaping from the routine of everyday life.

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Nov 08
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Anne - Oaks at Braselton

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Congratulations Anne, our November Resident of the Month! Anne resides at Oaks at Braselton, and we are so blessed to have her as part of our Oaks Senior Living family.

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Nov 01
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Seasonal Maintenance without Senior Living Services

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As seasons are finally changing, it is the perfect time to help mom and dad clean out the garage or do some yard work before winter takes over. Now is as good a time as any to help your parents with seasonal maintenance. If your elderly parents are not utilizing any senior living services, this will put more pressure on you to help maintain your parent’s household.

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Oct 15
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Finding Self-Love with Respite Care

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When caring for an older loved one, it can be hard to find time for yourself. The first step in maintaining emotional health, especially when caring for someone, is to practice positivity. Maintaining positivity and finding self-appreciation means starting a routine that is full of actions of self-love. It is also essential that the senior in your life feels the love as well. Fortunately, respite care programs are a service available to provide attention to  seniors, while giving the family time to focus on themselves. With this new-found time, everyone can discover self-love.

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Oct 10
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The Story of Kay Goff and Hope Boutique

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Oaks Senior Living is proud to show our support and raise awareness for breast cancer during the month of October! By hosting events that bring awareness to breast cancer and other diseases, we are showing others that they are not alone. We also show our support for amazing women like Oaks Senior Living resident, Kay Goff, by sharing their stories… 

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Oct 08
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David - Oaks at Pooler

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Congratulations Mr. David, our October Resident of the Month! Mr. David has been a resident at the Oaks at Pooler since July 2017. We feel so blessed that we have the privilege to spend time with him and have the opportunity to get to know so much about his life. Mr. David has a devoted wife who is often found by his side, and the love they have for one another is infectious! Mr. David and his wife met and began dancing together 20 years ago, and they both still love to dance when given the chance! Last year, they had a great time dancing the night away at The Oaks Senior Prom and they can still be found dancing together when Salón de Baile hosts Ballroom Dancing lessons in our community!

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Oct 01
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4 Benefits of Animals for Seniors

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It has been a long day at work, you’re feeling exhausted, and you’re in need of a pick-me-up. You open the door, and you’re greeted with a happy, tail wagging adorable furry friend that is full of excitement at your presence alone! The unconditional love that we feel for our furry friends can be very beneficial to our emotional well-being. The advantages of having a pet can be even more significant when providing animals to seniors in assisted living. Here are a few benefits to consider when bringing a furry companion into the life of your loved one:

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Sep 15
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Solo Seniors Don’t Have to Live Solo

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Are you closing in on the Golden Years and find yourself childfree? Married or not, congratulations you are considered a Solo Senior! The good news is even though you are a solo senior, you do not have to live alone. A lot of residents at Oaks Senior Living chose a childfree life and now they can keep the fun times rolling in an assisted living community!

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Sep 08
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In Memoriam of Selma Wackenhut

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This month we remember an amazing woman, Selma Wackenhut from the Oaks at Hampton. Her story is full of rich history, hard times, and vibrant triumphs.

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