The largest organ in the human body, your skin accounts for approximately 16% of the mass in your body and serves several functions vital to your health. In addition to helping the body adjust temperature and acting as a barrier to dirt and germs, your skin also stores reserves of water and nutrients.
Sodium—that's salt—seems like it would be a straightforward topic. You sprinkle some on your food for the extra yum, right? But it turns out how much salt you use when cooking or what types of foods you eat is a complex question—one that medical experts have actually changed their mind about several times.
With some of the coldest days of the year potentially yet to come, you may find yourself spending much more time inside. And if you do get out—whether it's to enjoy the magical views of fresh snowfall or to run a necessary errand—you may enjoy the idea of coming home sheltering for warmth inside your assisted living apartment with a good show. Here are a few options to choose from, including fantasy epics, weird (and sometimes ribald) humor and reality shows.
Whether you want to text with your grandkids, Facebook with your friends and family or brave the world of Twitter, if you're not familiar with online communication, it can get confusing fast. For seniors who want to start connecting with others from their assisted living apartments, here's a quick rundown of some of the common abbreviations and vernacular you might see online and what they all mean.
Winter is a great time to relax and look forward to activities you enjoy the most. And with weeks or even months of chilly weather ahead, it's a must to find a good hobby indoors. Reading can be a fun and rewarding way to spend your time at home until the warm weather comes in the spring. Whether you're looking to make a New Year's reading resolution or just making the most of your quality time at home during cold winter months, we at Grand Villa assisted living community in Grand Junction, CO, offer some of our favorite classics for you to consider reading (or rereading!) in the comfort of your assisted living apartment.
One of the great benefits of making a move to an assisted living community is that you can select from various levels of care and services to meet your unique needs. Whether you need help managing your medication regime or just want occasional assistance when you have a question about exercise or diet, assisted living staff can help.
According to AARP, around half of all American adults don’t have a will. But seniors are much more likely to have a will than younger adults. Among people older than 71, around 80% do have a will.
If you’re a senior of faith who loves to dig into the Word or you want to know more about Jesus, Bible Study with Debbie on Thursday mornings can be a great place to start. As of July 2020, this group Bible study is offered at 10:00 am on Thursdays in the Grand Villa assisted living community in Grand Junction, CO. Check the activity calendar any month to find out when Bible study might occur.But you certainly don’t have to wait until a scheduled event to study Scripture.
Life has changed in many ways since the COVID-19 pandemic made its way to the United States. Colorado's governor issued a stay-at-home order to protect residents of Denver, Boulder, Grand Junction and other cities against the virus, leaving many people wondering what they can do to pass the time.
Making music and playing instruments is part of being human. Whether you've been playing your whole life or are just deciding to take up an instrument, creating music has many benefits. But trying to learn or practice an instrument when you live in a small apartment can be difficult. Fortunately, there are easy solutions to most of the problems that arise when you want to play an instrument in your assisted living apartment.