As the US population ages and as average life spans increase, the need for Alzheimer’s awareness, prevention, and care is more relevant than ever! At BayView Senior Assisted Living in Point Loma, California we offer compassionate and individualized memory care.
We know there are so many factors in our health that we can’t control. At the same time, we know that lifestyle plays a huge role in the health of our bodies and brains. Let’s take a look [...]
We’re committed to holistic senior living as we understand that the physical, social and spiritual aspects of our residents’ lives are all very important. Our loved ones with Alzheimer’s disease and dementia might not grasp the full concept of where they are living, but these little touches can make a bigger difference than we might realize.
Thanks for joining in on our next installment of super helpful and incredibly practical design tips! Anyone who has been through a remodel or renovation knows how exhausting, exciting, and overwhelming it can be! While it’s a joy [...]
We’ve worked hard to create inviting spaces for the members of our memory care communities in Point Loma.
Use these tile tips for remodeling an assisted living home in Southern California.
Welcome to Part II of our series on adult education in elder care settings! At Bay View Assisted Living (and at our sister locations, Mesa View Senior Assisted Living and Harbor View Senior Assisted Living) we work hard to incorporate adult education principles into our programs!
Every person on earth is born with a desire to learn. The learning process happens naturally within a social context and learning is an experiential process as well as a cognitive process. There are some important differences between the way children might be educated and the way that adult learners respond best to education. The principles of adult learning and education have important implications for individuals living in elder care or memory care communities.
Research says one of the best things you can do to delay or slow down the progression of Alzheimer’s disease is to keep your mind active. Mental activity in the form of puzzles, riddles, learning languages, or taking [...]
Read part one here. I thought of Di, her long brown hair that waved just so at the bottom. I thought of how funny she was, how she always knew the right quip to make, whether someone was [...]