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Traditions’ Resident of the Month: Iretta

Meet Iretta, our Traditions Resident of the Month. When I asked her for a picture, she was all in for a selfie, and it is too good not to share. Iretta is full of stories. After talking to her, I felt like I had known her for years. Iretta has […]
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Selecting a Senior Community

The Benefits of Socialization

Spending more time alone and less time engaging in social situations tends to increase with age. This happens gradually as family members may become too busy and close friends experience similar restrictive conditions, such as a lack of energy, mobility limitations, and decreased health conditions. A diminishing social life for […]
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Heart health and heart disease

Celebrate American Heart Month by Adopting Heart-Healthy Habits!

February is American Heart Month! As many Americans vowed to improve their health at the start of the year, this is an ideal time to remind everyone to focus on their heart and adopt better lifestyle habits to improve their health. Declared by then-President Lyndon B. Johnson, the first American […]
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Flu virus and flu season

Staying Healthy During Cold and Flu Season

It’s that time of year again when the temperatures drop and everyone seems to be sniffling, coughing or sneezing. Some may only get a mild cold that results in congested sinuses whereas others may come down with more severe illnesses, such as the flu. This year’s flu is the harshest […]
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dealing with winter weather

Staying Safe in the Cold: Tips to Protect Yourself During Winter

For many, winter is a wonderland filled with fresh snowfall, a chance to hit the slopes and an excuse to curl up by the fire. On the other hand, cold temperatures, snow and ice can present many challenges, especially for seniors. Taking the necessary precautions and following these tips can […]
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A Simple Act of Heart Makes a Huge Impact

by Julie Podewitz, Chief Marketing Officer Traditions Senior Living My 87-year-old father was alone on Christmas.  He lives in Florida and until he moves to Tennessee to be closer to us next month, he is, by all accounts, alone.  My brothers and I call him regularly and have asked friends […]
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Loneliness Among Older Adults: A National Survey of Adults 45+ – AARP

by G. Oscar Anderson, AARP Research, September 2010 In order to better understand loneliness and social isolation among older adults, AARP commissioned a national survey of the 45+ population to examine these issues.  In addition to examining prevalence rates among older Americans, the study provides a descriptive profile of lonely […]
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Senior Couple in Sun Room at Traditions Senior Living

The Crisis of Caring for an Aging Loved One

The following data is from AARP (www.AARP.com) and addresses the crisis adult children face in caring for an older relative or friend.  Caring for an older relative or friend is now the “new normal” of family caregiving in the United States. Today, the “average” family caregiver in the United States […]
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Selecting a Senior Community

Determining When Assisted Living is Right for You

Throughout November, we celebrated National Long-term Care Awareness Month.  This holiday shines a light on the various living and care options available to our aging population. Typically, the phrase long-term care is associated with nursing homes.  However, a nursing home is just one example of a senior care community.  Long-term […]
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Holiday Traditions: Grand Opening Celebration for Spring Hill

You’re Invited to the Grand Opening Celebration for Traditions of Spring Hill Join us on Thursday, December 7th, 2017 from 3:00 – 6:00 p.m. at Traditions of Spring as we celebrate the Grand Opening with the Chamber of Commerce Ribbon Cutting at 3pm followed by festivities! Holiday Snacks Food and refreshments […]
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