1. Foods That May Prevent Alzheimer’s Disease

    The connection between Alzheimer’s disease and diet. For a long time, most people believed that Alzheimer’s disease was caused by genetics. However, it is now estimated that fewer than 5% of cases are caused by genetics alone. Today, many scientists believe that Alzheimer’s disease is caused by a combination of genetics, environmental factors and lifestyle choices. Although you can’t contr…Read More

  2. Tips for Healthy Aging Part 3

    Want to stay healthy as you age? Staying healthy as you age is not about the luck of the draw, it is all about your lifestyle. In our last blog, our assisted living in Durham went over a few tips to help you stay healthy as you age. If you haven’t had a chance to read it yet, check it out! Keep reading to learn about our last few tips for healthy aging: #6. Make Your Environment Safer One of the…Read More

  3. Tips for Healthy Aging Part 2

    Aging doesn’t have to be a bad thing. Too many people see aging as a negative thing because they associate it with decline and disease. However, at LiveWell Assisted Living, we know better. Aging doesn’t have to be negative. In fact, if you take steps to age in a healthy way, aging can actually be an incredible opportunity to learn, discover and enjoy yourself. That’s why, in our last blog, …Read More

  4. Tips for Healthy Aging

    Aging is inevitable, but how you age is entirely up to you. We live in a society that is obsessed with turning back the clock, but unfortunately, there is no real way to turn back the clock. Although age is inevitable, you can decide if you age in a healthy way or not. At LiveWell Assisted Living, we are dedicated to helping each and every one of our residents stay healthy and happy for as long as…Read More

  5. Why Home Care May be a Great Option Part 2

    In our latest blog, we started giving you a few reasons why home care may be a great option for your loved one. So far, we’ve talked about how in home care in Durham can help to reduce stress and how your loved one will be provided with more individualized attention. Today, we will be going over a few more of the benefits of in home care: #3. More Cost Effective Many people think that in home ca…Read More

  6. Why Home Care May be a Great Option

    Assisted livings and nursing homes are no longer your only option. It used to be that when you wanted professional help to care for your loved one, you had to put them in either an assisted living facility or a nursing home. Today, you have more options, and your loved one may even be able to get the care that they need at home. Although the community and social aspects of a retirement community a…Read More

  7. Dementia and Communication Part 3

    Have you had a chance to read our latest blog yet? If you have, then you already know that our memory care specialists in Durham have been giving you tips for communicating with a loved one who has dementia. So far, we’ve talked about not taking things personally, paying attention to emotion, setting a positive mood and showing respect. The following is a list of our last few communication tips:…Read More

  8. Dementia and Communication Part 2

    Communicating with a person who has dementia is challenging, but it’s also incredibly important. Communication is challenging enough, but when you are attempting to communicate with someone who has dementia, the obstacles can seem insurmountable. That’s why, in our last blog, our memory care specialists in Chapel Hill started giving you helpful tips on how to communicate with a loved one who h…Read More

  9. Dementia and Communication

    Are you having trouble communicating with a loved one who has dementia? This can be incredibly challenging and emotionally trying for all parties involved, however it essential that you keep trying to connect. Although you may not realize it, communication and interaction can greatly improve your loved one’s quality of life in ways you may never know. Although communication is difficult, there a…Read More

  10. Welcome to LiveWell Assisted Living!

    We are proud to be a different kind of assisted living! At LiveWell Assisted Living, we’ve worked hard to set ourselves apart from other assisted living facilities and communities in our area. When most people think of aging, they think of decline, idleness and despair, but we don’t see it that way. We embrace aging, and we believe it is an opportunity that is both precious and unique. We have…Read More