The Best 10 Landmarks and Historical Buildings in Point Loma, Part 1

Point Loma is a beautiful city situated on the coast of San Diego county.  It’s home to old naval bases, a beautiful sea-residing university, charming assisted living residences such as BayView Senior Assisted Living, and loads of coffee shops and yummy sandwich joints.   But there are 10 landmarks and historical buildings in Point Loma that you can’t miss if [...]

Letters from a Loved One: From an Alzheimer’s Patient

Dear Sarah, Hello sweet girl!  I’ve missed you!  How are the boys?  Is little Ian still a firecracker out on the soccer field? I miss seeing him play! And how’s Daniel getting along in school these days? I know cursive was really tripping him up.   We are doing well.  Daddy is (mostly) enjoying retirement, although you’d never know [...]

13 Natural Ways to Lower Your Alzheimer’s Risk: Memory Care, Part 3

Alzheimer’s disease is a horrible and debilitating disease, affecting over 5 million Americans today.  The heartbreak and confusion that goes along with Alzheimer’s makes it a dreaded illness for all of us.   Though scientists haven’t been able to identify exactly what causes Alzheimer’s and, as of today, there is no known cure, there are some strategies that may help [...]

Fiesta At Bayview Assisted Living!

The fifth of May commemorates the Mexican army’s 1862 victory over France during the Franco-Mexican War. A relatively minor holiday in Mexico, Cinco de Mayo has evolved into a great celebration of Mexican culture and heritage in the United States. We had a great time with all of our amigos during our Cinco de Mayo Celebrations at Bayview Assisted Living. The [...]

How to Pick an Assisted Living Facility for Yourself or Your Loved One

So it’s that time; time to pick out an assisted living home for yourself or a loved one. Though this may feel like an insurmountable task, you are not alone.  Today, almost one million people enjoy the perks of assisted living residences.  They key is to find the residence that suits YOU the best.  Different people may look [...]

When Memory Fails: A Story of Alzheimer’s

 I drive through the town where you grew up.  I pass the local grocery store where you made weekly trips to feed you and your husband, but of course, a handful of your grandchildren too.  Someone always wanted to come to Grammy’s house for dinner.   I pass the tree-lined streets surrounding your home, set on a few acres of [...]

Harbor View Chateau Joins BayView Senior Assisted Living

BayView Senior Assisted Living is now joined by the breathtaking HarborView Senior Assisted Living.  Situated atop Banker’s Hill, overlooking San Diego Bay, HarborView is old world charm meets modern amenities.  Backed by a professional, dedicated, and well-trained staff, HarborView Senior Assisted Living specializes in caring for residents suffering from Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia. The European [...]

13 Natural Ways to Lower Your Alzheimer’s Risk: Memory Care, Part 2

Alzheimer’s disease is a horrible and debilitating disease, affecting over 5 million Americans today.  The heartbreak and confusion that goes along with Alzheimer’s makes it a dreaded illness for all of us.   Though scientists haven’t been able to identify exactly what causes Alzheimer’s and, as of today, there is no known cure, there are some strategies that may help [...]

13 Natural Ways to Lower Your Alzheimer’s Risk: Memory Care, Part 1

Alzheimer’s disease is a horrible and debilitating disease, affecting over 5 million Americans today.  The heartbreak and confusion that goes along with Alzheimer’s makes it a dreaded illness for all of us.   Though scientists haven’t been able to identify exactly what causes Alzheimer’s and, as of today, there is no known cure, there are some strategies that [...]

Memory Care: Loving and Losing our Grammy to Alzheimer’s

Her life demonstrated such calm, sacrifice, and love.  She was smart and dedicated. She was conservative in politics, but abundant in love for her family. There was nothing that she wouldn't do for the ones she loved. When her children had babies of their own, she was in the room with them, soothing and encouraging, cheering them on. [...]