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10 Questions to Ask During a Tour of a Potential Senior Living Community

Deciding which senior living community to choose for you or a loved one can be difficult and emotional.  There are many factors that contribute to this decision process.  The employees and staff at Traditions Senior Living recommend scheduling a visit to any potential community and asking the following questions in […]
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Tips for Eating Heart Healthy

A Healthy Diet and Physical Activity Promote Heart Health Heart disease, defined as plaque buildup in the walls of the arteries, is now the leading cause of death in the US for both men and women.  Excess plaque causes the arteries to narrow and makes it more difficult for blood […]
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9 Habits That May Reduce Your Risk for Developing Alzheimer’s – U.S. News & World Report

Recommended reading: 9 Habits That May Reduce Your Risk for Developing Alzheimer’s – U.S. News & World Report
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Hydration for Older Adults is Vital

Both a healthy diet and adequate hydration are key for maintaining good health.  This is especially true for older adults as their bodies and metabolism continue to change.  Staying hydrated is important because water plays a role in all cells, tissues, and bodily functions.  It helps cool our temperature, lubricates […]
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A Traditions of Spring Hill Father’s Day Tribute: George Weaver

A Traditions of Spring Hill Father’s Day Tribute: George Weaver My dad, George Weaver, was a WWII Navy veteran. He and his siblings were orphaned at age 10. He grew up at Milton Hershey School for boys and arrived there with a suitcase and a toy truck. After graduation, he […]
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The Nutrition Benefits of Eating in a Social Environment

The Importance of Nutrition for Seniors At every stage of life, adequate nutrition and overall health need to be kept top of mind.  While many focus on eating less and losing weight, the elderly population has different considerations when it comes to food and nutrition.  Throughout the aging process, eating […]
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Grandfather and Granddaughter eating at Traditions

Nutrition: How Assisted Living Addresses the Needs of Aging Adults

There are several nutrition issues to consider in order to maintain optimal health.  Preparing meals to meet optimum health requirement may become more challenging due to the many changes bodies go through as we age. Weight gain Over time, our metabolism slows down and caloric needs decrease.  However, we still […]
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What You Need to Know About Assisted Living

Assisted living is a popular long-term senior living option that provides personal care services such as dressing, transportation, meals and medication management as well as social opportunities.  A new concept just 30 years ago, assisted living is the most popular long-term solution today. Assisted living, with its range of personalized care, provides […]
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Traditions of Mill Creek, 150,000 Sq. Ft. of Living Space – Coming Spring 2018

Traditions Senior Living to Open New Senior Housing Community in Brentwood / Nolensville, Tennessee in Early 2018 FRANKLIN, Tenn., January 5, 2017 – Traditions of Mill Creek, a 180 unit senior housing community consisting of Independent, Assisted and Memory Support units, is scheduled to break ground mid-year 2017 according to Franklin, […]
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Limestone County’s Newest Senior Living Community: Traditions of Athens

ATHENS, Ala., July 6, 2016 – Traditions Senior Living, LLC, is pleased to announce a new senior living community in Limestone County: Traditions of Athens. Traditions of Athens, located at 22171 Traditions Way (off of Greenfield Drive), Athens, AL, will offer housing and care services for seniors who wish to […]
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