How You Can Help Aging Residents Fight Social Isolation

Social interaction is highly important to the mental and physical well-being of your residents, but what happens when they begin to age, leaving you to find a solution to combat social isolation.   As your residents progress through life, going out and being social becomes more of a challenge. For the elderly who are living alone, lack of mobility and transportation due to physical make it even more difficult. This can make social interactions few and far between, causing aging-in-place homeowners to face social isolation.    Read the article…………..

Related Articles

How To Best Deal With Neighbor Disputes In Pet Policy

When you hear a dog barking during off hours, you immediately think, “That’s not how to be a good neighbor,”

Constructively Managing Conflict in HOAs: Tip #1

You are probably no stranger to conflict if you have served on the board of, managed or lived in an

Top Amenity Trends in New HOA Communities

Home buyers are searching for more than a new home; they are searching for a place that offers a sense