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As you age, your body goes through various changes, and your brains is no exception. Brain health is a critical aspect of overall health, particularly for seniors. The brain is responsible for controlling all your bodily functions, including movement, emotions, and cognition. It's essential to...

According to a 2022 report by the American Heart Association, someone has a heart attack every 40 seconds in the U.S. and the average age of an American’ s first heart attack is 64.7 years for men and 72.2 years for women. While these statistics may sound...

Senior living can feel like a whole new world with its own language and unfamiliar rules. We want you to know that you’re not the only one who is confused when it comes to navigating this new landscape. And that’s why we are here to...

When your child gets sick, who do you call? If you’re like most parents, you have the number of your pediatrician on speed dial because you know children need specialized care. And while you may not have thought much about it, the same is true...

If you have a loved one with Parkinson’s Disease, you’ll be happy to know that Park Springs has its own Parkinson’s Support Group. It is a close-knit community of Members and spouses who have joined forces to support one another as they learn to manage...

At Park Springs, one of the most important roles on our Assisted Living care teams is our Care Navigators. Recently, we sat down with one of our onsite geriatricians, Dr. Khan, to hear why he believes Care Navigators are an essential part of our person-centered...

It’s important to maintain a healthy lifestyle as you age and a big part of that is regular exercise. Unfortunately, many forms of exercise can be tough on joints and ligaments which often leads to injuries that can sideline you for good. But yoga is one...

See the latest news about what our Members and staff in the Spring 2022 volume of Live Park Springs, our quarterly newsletter. CLICK HERE to Download Our Newsletter or visit our newsletter page to view past issues....

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