Date Published: Aug 06 2020
Nearly everyone begins slowly down as they age. When do you know it’s time to consider senior living options for your parent or other senior loved one?There are several warning signs that you may need to intervene. Keep an eye out for anything that might indicate a loved one may need help.
Date Published: Jul 24 2020
Unsolicited phone calls from strangers can be downright frustrating. They also may pose a serious threat—scammers know exactly how to trick us into providing sensitive information that could lead to huge financial losses.
Date Published: Jul 22 2020
Thanks to CEO Aaron D. Webb, CHI Living Communities is very pleased to be featured in the latest issue of Senior Housing News.
Date Published: Jul 21 2020
Date Published: Jul 10 2020
When you can’t visit your elderly loved one during a quarantine, you still can help them feel involved and connected by taking numerous actions.
Date Published: Jun 24 2020
Americans are living longer than ever, yet women are still outliving men by about five years.
Research suggests this may be due to men not taking care of themselves as well as women do. For instance, women are much more likely to have a primary health care provider and see a doctor at least annually. Men are also more likely to smoke and drink heavily, which may lead to health issues that can greatly shorten their lives.
Date Published: Jun 02 2020
As we grow older, often our minds slows down, we can become forgetful and it can be harder to multitask. This natural part of aging is referred to as mild cognitive impairment (MCI).
Date Published: May 29 2020
You may be caring for an aging parent or have more people in your household than usual during the pandemic. As the U.S. begins recovery efforts and more businesses re-open, you may choose to get take-out food for a break from many home-cooked meals in recent weeks.
Date Published: May 26 2020
CHI Living Communities is pleased to announce Aaron D. Webb, Esq., as our new Chief Executive Officer, effective June 15. Succeeding former CEO Rick Ryan who retired May 1, Aaron has more than 25 years of diverse experience, including the last 15 in senior health care services.
Date Published: May 18 2020
Deciding to move into a senior living community can be difficult. It may be even harder during the COVID-19 pandemic. Should you move into an independent living residence now or wait until the pandemic is over? If a spouse or family member needs assisted living, skilled nursing and rehab, or memory care, is it best to continue caring for them at home for a while longer, or find them a senior living option now while space may still be available?
Date Published: May 13 2020
Aging. Financial issues. Poor health. Being alone. The death of a spouse or lifelong friend. Each of us has stressors that can occasionally make us feel anxious or sad. The older we get, these challenges may sometimes occur more frequently or even simultaneously, making it harder to cope.
Date Published: Oct 23 2019
With sincere gratitude for his service, I share with you that Rick Ryan, President/CEO for CHI Living Communities, a national business line of CommonSpirit Health, will retire effective May 1, 2020.
Date Published: Dec 10 2018
The Little Sisters of the Poor and CHI Living Communities are pleased to announce that the two Catholic organizations signed a purchase agreement...
Date Published: Jul 31 2018
The National Nursing Home Quality Care Collaborative recognized two CHI Living Communities Namasté Alzheimer Center in Colorado Springs, CO and Bishop Drumm Retirement Center in Johnston, IA for its health care quality by naming each campus to its respective state Nursing Home Collaborative Honor Roll.
Date Published: Nov 30 -1
Linus Oakes Village has been named the “Favorite Senior Living Facility” for the third year in a row by the NEWS-REVIEW.