Cuddle Therapy: A New Way to Assist Dementia

While sometimes controversial, one of the most innovative ways to reach patients who are locked in a world of Dementia is cuddle therapy. There are no drugs or surgeries needed for this treatment method- just lifelike baby dolls.

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Spring Hills Mt. Vernon Assisted Living Receives Two Awards: 2018 Best of Senior Living Award from SeniorAdvisor.com & Named One of the Three Best Rated From ThreeBestRated.com

Spring Hills Mt. Vernon Assisted Living is proud to announce that they have, for the third time, been selected as one of the 2018 Best of Senior Living Award Winners on SeniorAdvisor.com. They have also, for the second time, been named one of the top three assisted living communities in Alexandria, VA from ThreeBestRated.com.

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Spring Hills Cherry Hill Assisted Living Earns “Advanced Standing” Quality Distinction From Health Care Association of New Jersey Foundation (HCANJF)

The Spring Hills Cherry Hill Assisted Living Community has earned Advanced Standing, a quality distinction based on rigorous performance standards for licensed assisted living and personal care homes in the state, from the Health Care Association of New Jersey Foundation (HCANJF) in partnership with the New Jersey Department of Health (DOH).

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Is Healthcare a Stable Industry?

Due to the aging population, the healthcare industry is becoming the largest employer in the United States. With all the money spent on Medicare and Medicaid, subsidized private insurances and healthcare benefits for government employees and veterans, health-care employment will thrive for decades.

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Fall Management & Prevention: How to Stay Safe At Home

Fall prevention can be as simple as creating a safe living environment. Research shows that achieving a minimum of 50 hours of exercise over a six month period can effectively reduce the risk of falls for seniors. Although falls can occur anywhere, most recorded falls take place in the home.

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Foods that Help with Anemia

Anemia is caused by a lack of iron in your blood. Certain long-term changes to your diet can yield major results to the health and well being of anemic individuals.

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