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Your Guide to Promoting Heart Health This February (And All Year!)

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While we tend to associate the month of February with love and Valentine’s Day, February is also American Heart Month. This is a nationally recognized occasion meant to raise awareness about heart disease and help individuals prioritize their heart health.

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Signs Your Loved One May Have a Form of Memory Impairment

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The Pavilion shares a blog that highlights the signs of memory impairment in seniors.

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Discover the Benefits of Volunteering for Seniors

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There are endless ways to give back, volunteer your time or services, and support your local community. While you are helping others, there are also benefits in it for you!

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Assisted Living: How to Bring Up the Topic with a Parent or Loved One

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Maybe you have been noticing changes in your parent or loved one that makes you think they may need additional support or care in their daily life. On the other hand, perhaps you believe that your family member could simply benefit from the active, engaging lifestyle that an assisted living community provides. Whatever your reasons, […]

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Celebrating the Holidays After the Loss of a Loved One

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The holiday season is a joyful and happy time of year, but it can also bring a lot of additional stress. The pressure to plan the perfect holiday party, decorate your home, and be merry around friends, family members, and other loved ones can be emotionally exhausting. While this can be enough to cause stress […]

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The Differences Between Independent Living and Assisted Living

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The differences between assisted living and independent living can be subtle at times, so The Pavilion Senior Living sheds light on the key differences.

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Veteran Discounts to Take Advantage of in Tennessee

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The individuals who have served in any branch of the military have sacrificed so much for our country. The simple everyday freedoms we take for granted are enjoyed because they have fought for them.  Veterans Day is a day to celebrate and honor those who have served. In recognition of this holiday, as well as […]

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Dementia Education: Why is it Important

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Dementia is a complex condition with a lot of unknowns, and these unknowns become scary if someone you love has been diagnosed with a type of dementia.

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3 Exercises for Reducing Chronic Pain

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According to the Cleveland Clinic, “chronic pain is pain that is ongoing and usually lasts longer than six months…Pain signals remain active in the nervous system for weeks, months, or years. Some people [experience] chronic pain even when there is no past injury or apparent body damage.” The International Association for the Study of Pain […]