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Hello and welcome! My name is Toni Polich, Publisher of the Utah Seniors Blue Book.
Here at Seniors Blue Book- Utah, we are the area's most comprehensive and reliable source to find and compare Senior Housing Options, Home Health Care Solutions, and other local resources and services. On our site, you can compare the many options available to you or your loved one, in addition to exploring our vast educational library, previewing the local Activities and Entertainment calendar, and most importantly, the opportunity to connect with one of our local resource specialists... for absolutely FREE. It's what we do! Whether you are looking for resources, looking to promote your business, or just want to know what's happening around town, the Seniors Blue Book website is your go-to!
Navigating the aging process in today's day can be a difficult one, that no one should have to do alone. Let me help you.
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Jul 07, 2022 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM

Virtual Fireside Chat Presentation

Zoom Meeting Link: HTTPS://UTAH.ZOOM.US/J/99070528802 - The 4 Common Dementias: Different Causes, Different Symptoms by: Bonnie Shepherd, BS, Former Caregivers & Dementia Advocate and Educator

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Oct 18, 2022 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM

The Joy Club (for Caregivers)

The Joy Club is a one-hour activity group for family or community caregivers and those they care for. It will be held the The third Tuesday of each Month from 1:00 to 2:00 pm at the Sandy Senior Center, 9310 South 1300 East (Rooms A and B)The activities will come from the Creating Joy Booklet (available in PDF on the slco.org/caregiver resource page.) Participants will receive a paper copy of the Creating Joy Booklet and activity materials at no cost.Participants must be caring for another individual to attend, but they may come with or without the person they care for.A reservation is required to attend. Space is limited.Call Kathy at 385.468.3281 to RSVP

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Oct 11, 2022 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM

Senior Expo - Save the Date

Connect with thousands of seniors in your area...Something for everyone. Something for you.Reserve your booth & participate 801-300-3225

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Jul 18, 2022 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM

Virtual Caregiver Support Group - Tooele

Contact our Helpline at 800.272.3900 or the person listed to register before attending a support group. ontact: Sarah Jane Obray and Pat Beard at 435.277.2420

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Pacifica Senior Living Millcreek

Assisted Living 777 E 3900 S, Salt Lake City, Utah, 84107

At Pacifica Senior Living Millcreek, our newly renovated community provides a warm and welcoming atmosphere you'll be pleased to call home. Choose from spacious one to two-bedroom apartments with bright living rooms, beautiful views and spacious storage space. Enjoy our home style meals and friendly staff. Take comfort in knowing personal care is available with our Assisted Living program.

Learn More $3,095.00/month

Sunrise Assisted Living of Sandy

Assisted Living 2130 E 9400 S, Sandy, Utah, 84093

Sunrise Senior Living has been advocating for seniors for over 35 years, and we believe that no two people are alike. That is why we offer choices - choices of communities, living arrangements, amenities, and services. Our residents enjoy beautifully appointed living spaces, delicious meals, engaging social activities, and personalized care and assistance as their needs change over time. Living at Sunrise, our priority is your care. We tailor our support to your specific needs and preferences so you can spend your days doing what you love. Tour our beautiful communities at Sunrise of Sandy or Sunrise at Holladay to meet our tenured team today!

Learn More $2,850.00/month

Ashford Assisted Living and Memory Care

Memory Care 14178 S Bangerter Pkwy, Draper, Utah, 84020

At Ashford Utah we can service all the needs of dementia patients. Our memory care unit is specially designed for dementia patients. The 16-bed unit only features private rooms for the comfort of the residents and their families. A wonderful, highly-skilled staff provides your loved one with comprehensive services. If you or a loved one are in need of memory care services in Utah County we hope you will consider Ashford.

Learn More $4,900.00/month

Pacifica Senior Living Millcreek

Independent Living 777 E 3900 S, Salt Lake City, Utah, 84107

At Pacifica Senior Living Millcreek, our newly renovated community offers a warm and welcoming atmosphere. Choose from spacious one and two bedroom apartments with bright living rooms, large closets and the conveniences of home. Enjoy our friendly staff and home style meals. Rest with the assurance that we also offer the peace of available personal care with our Assisted Living program if it is needed.

Learn More $2,695.00/month

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How will I know when my elderly parent can’t live alone?

Its easy to understand why we have such powerful emotions of fear, uncertainty, and even guilt surrounding this incredibly important decision on behalf of our parent or loved one.At some point in every adult childs life, they need to ask the important question Can my loved one continue to live on their own anymore?Its easy to understand why we have such powerful emotions of fear, uncertainty, and even guilt surrounding this incredibly important decision on behalf of our parent or loved one.Every day, senior living communities work with families just like yours caregivers who need to make the same difficult choices for those they love.Learn more about the key signs of when it is no longer safe for your parent or loved one to live alone and what options are available for the journey ahead..Key Signs Daily Support Is Needed for Aging ParentsIt doesnt matter if youre searching for care for your mom, dad, aunt, uncle, or family friend it can be challenging and a bit daunting if you dont know when its time to talk to your loved one about care or where to turn for answers.In the struggle to know whats best for your aging family member, look out for these warning signs to give you some much needed clarity as you sort through the tough decisions you need to make.It may be helpful to talk through the list with another family member or someone who knows your parent just as well.Here are some signs the your parent should not be living alone:They require help with activities of daily living (ADLs)They have experienced a significant weight loss recentlyThey suffer from a memory loss condition such as Alzheimers diseaseThey are experiencing a general cognitive declineThey have worsening hygieneThere is unopened mail that has piled up or general untidiness around the houseThey suffer physical health issuesThey were recently diagnosed with a mental or physical impairmentWhat to Do When They Cant Live AloneSeeing one or more of the signs above may indicate your parent or family member is struggling to live a safe, healthy, and independent life in his or her own home.If they continue to live on their own, they could face dangers such as accidents, malnutrition, overlooked illness, and financial strain. Social isolation can also be just as dangerous for their emotional wellbeing as well as a physical health problem.If your parent can no longer care for themselves, now is the time to have a discussion about their living situation.While it may not seem like it right now, you have the opportunity to give your mom, dad, or loved one a valuable giftthe gift of helping him or her transition to a lifestyle that will prevent premature decline and provide experiences that are full of life.By looking up this resource, you are taking the first step toward finding clarity on your options, including home caregiving and senior living.Well take a look at your options below:Home Care vs. Senior LivingLuckily today, seniors have many continuums of care and living arrangements available.For example, at-home care allows the senior to live independently at their own home while still helping with items such as household chores, personal care, transportation, cooking, and a variety of therapies. These services can be provided on an hourly, 24/7 live-in, or an as-needed basis.Senior living is another viable option for many people and their families which may offer a higher level of care and more robust social setting.Todays senior living communities are full of vibrant seniors, five-star amenities, delicious food, and daily activities that keep their brains sharp and creativity sharper. Senior living communities arent where aging individuals go to start the end; theyre actually designed to help them start a new beginning in a variety of ways:Independent Living Community This is a community ideal for older adults who seek a social community free of the hassles of home upkeep and chores. They may require little daily assistance but still have quick access to it, should the need arise.Assisted Living Facility This is a long-term care option that provides personalized care, housing, and support for many common activities of daily living, allowing the senior to enjoy an engaging, purposeful life while still remaining as independent as possible.Memory Care This level of care is specifically designed to support and nurture those with Alzheimers and other memory conditions. They provide structured activities, 24-hour supervision, and a calming, secure environment thats easy to navigate.Skilled Nursing Home A skilled nursing care facility is for older adults who require 24-hour supervised health care with a licensed nurse or physician, as well as onsite geriatric care managers and speech, physical, and occupational therapists.In comparing the two options (at home vs. senior community), it all depends on the needs of the individual.When talking about expenses, in particular, a general rule of thumb is that if paid home care is required for more than 40 hours a week, then senior living may be more cost-effective.Furthermore, when you add up all of the costs of living at home (insurance, property taxes, mortgage, utilities, food, home maintenance, etc.) with the high cost of at-home care (compensating the professional caregiver, modifications to make the home more accessible, etc.), you may find senior living to actually be the more affordable option.Many family caregivers are surprised to learn that not only does their parents quality of life improve in a senior living community, but also their own life situations can positively change from the move.Its important to start planning for senior living sooner rather than later as it can lead to a better outcome for everyone involved.Having the Difficult ConversationEven though you may recognize its time for your parent to get help, he or she may not be ready for the transition. You need to purposefully involve them in open, honest conversations.Acknowledge the changes you see in your loved ones life, ask for feedback, talk through what they are thinking and feeling, and finallyexpress both sensitivity and understanding to their situation.While its important to make the best decision for your family member, theres another equally important truth: finding a senior living community is a decision that you and your parent should make together.More than likely, they will have some concerns about losing their independence and the optics of needing senior care; the key isnt to ignore your loved ones objections, but rather provide solid solutions.For instance, if your mother fears that shell be lonely and isolated in her room, find a community with an activity schedule and look over it together. If your father is worried about losing his ability to drive, discuss transportation opportunities available as well as community outings.Dont simply focus on your parents fearsbe sure to talk about practical solutions!Taking tours with them is not only a great way to learn more about the communities, but to also grow closer to your loved one throughout the process.

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Our Philosophy at Legacy House of Spanish Fork

Legacy House of Spanish Fork and its associates are committed to superior, personalized customer service in an environment that is inviting, caring and hospitable. We distinguish ourselves from others by embracing a Personal Touch Culture. Our associates strive to make a heart-to-heart connection with those we serve. We call that connection, Personal Touch. At Legacy House of Spanish Fork, we are guided by three core values: Thrift, Continuous Improvement and Personalization.Our associates strive to do the right thing, at the right time and for the right reason. We believe in making the right decisions with the resources, funds and assets of our customers, company and business partners. While thrift is an important value, doing the right thing is of utmost importance. Continuous improvement is another key component of our culture and a core value of our community. We believe in consistent personal and company improvement. We continuously look for better ways to serve each other, our customers and our business partners. We believe in an individuals worth and respect their uniqueness. We personalize our services by knowing residents, resident families and associates through sincere listening, caring service and attention to personal details. Our Personal Touch Culture is evidenced by our associates every day.

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An Option to Knee Replacement Surgery and Eliminate Knee Pain!

ARE YOU A CANDIDATE FOR THE OSTEROARTHRITIS (OA) CENTER KNEE REHAB PROGRAM?1. Are your knees very stiff in the morning?2. Do your knees hurt when going up or down the stairs?3. Do you frequently take pain medication or aspirin for knee pain?4. Do the activities you enjoy cause pain around your knees?5. Have you been told that you need knee replacement surgery?If you answered YES to any of these questions, there is a successful Non-surgical treatment program to relieve your knee pain.HOW CAN VISCOSUPPLEMENTATION INJECTIONS PREVENT SURGERY?FDA has officially approved viscosupplementaion (Hyaluronan) for use in the treatment of Arthritis of the knee. Viscosupplementation bonds with naturally occurring joint fluid to create a lubricating and cushioning layer. It also reduces pain, inflammation and swelling of the joint, enabling you to do the everyday activities you enjoy!Published studies have proven and clinical experience has confirmed increased accuracy and decreased pain using our method of injections performed under an advanced live motion x-ray unit (Fluroroscopy) with dye. For best results, the viscosupplementation injections are combined with a specifically designed physical therapy program provided by a licensed Physical Therapist.YOU DONT HAVE TO LIVE WITH KNEE PAIN!In a little as five weeks, your knee pain may be reduced or possibly eliminate without a lifetime dependency on oral medications.It is important that you take an active role in the treatment of your Osteoarthritis OA and in prevention of additional joint damage. There are steps you can take to lower your risk for developing osteoarthritis.The most important thing you can do if you suspect you have any form of arthritis is to get proper diagnosis and begin early, aggressive treatment.WILL MY INSURANCE COVER THIS TREATMENT?Yes, Medicare and most major insurance will pay for some if not all of the treatment.KEY TO KNEE TREATMENT SUCCESSAll natural FDA approved hyaluronic acid acts as a lubricant and shock absorber in the knee.Injections visually guided by a live motion x-ray unit (Fluoroscope) to ensure minimal pain and maximal injection accuracy.Personalized Physical Therapy Program maximally enhances the lubricating and shock absorbing effect of the hyaluronic acid injectionsOnsite Licensed Physical Therapist works with each patient individually.Medical Procedure Covered by Medicare and Most InsuranceThis article was submitted by Dr. Robert Park at Centerville Medical. He can be reached at 801-298-7330. More information can be found at www.OACenters.com.

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Guide to Home Safety

GENERAL: Emergency numbers posted by each telephone. Appliances, lamps, and cords in good condition. All electrical equipment UL labeled. A sufficient number of outlets located in every room. Do not use outlet extensions. Overload protection by circuit breakers or fuses. The water heater thermostat should be set at 110F or lower. Medications should be stored in a safe place per instructions on the container label. Carpeting and rugs not worn or torn, with rug edges secured to the floor. Small, loose rugs should have non-skid backing. Do not place in traffic areas.LIVING ROOM: Electric cords are placed along walls, not under rugs, and away from traffic areas. Sturdy secure chairs and couches. Walkways should be clear.BATHROOM: The bathtub or shower has a non-skid mat or strips in the standing area. Handrails installed in the walls by the bathtub and toilet. Durable towel bars and the soap dish in the shower stall should be firmly installed. Faucet and valve handles should be unbreakable. Keep electrical appliances away from the bathtub or shower area.STAIRWAYS AND HALLS: Steps in good condition and free of objects. Steps have non-skid strips, or carpeting securely fastened and free of holes or fraying. Smoke detectors placed in hallways and near sleeping areas. Hallways and stairs equipped with night lights. Handrails sturdy and securely fastened. Banister supports close enough to prevent a child from placing his head between them. Light switches located at top and bottom of stairways.KITCHEN: The stove and sink areas should be well-lit. Gas stove equipped with pilot lights and an automatic cut-off. The stove should not be located under a window with curtains. The kitchen exhaust discharges directly outside or through ducts to the outside. Hazardous household agents stored out of reach of children. Turn pan handles away from burners and edge of stove. Avoid wearing garments with long or loose sleeves. Keep pot holders near stove. Keep knives in a knife rack or drawer. Keep drawers, cupboards closed. Wipe up grease or liquid spills at once.BEDROOM: Keep lamp or flashlight within reach of bed. Use night lights.OUTDOOR AREA: Steps and walkways should be in good condition. Doorways and stairs should be well-lit. Handrails sturdy, securely fastened.Editors Note: This information was submitted courtesy ofBrightStar Mountainside, Greater Salt Lake Area. They may be reached at(801) 290-1290 or on the web at www.BrightStarCare.com

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Legacy House of Taylorsville Virtual Tour

At Legacy House of Taylorsville, we believe that the more our residents can be independent, the healthier they are and the better they feel. No matter what stage of life were in, maximizing independence, maintaining dignity and having choices are important. Call today for a tour (801) 327-8400.

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Legacy House of Logan Virtual Tour

Welcome to Legacy House of Logan. Serving Cache Valley seniors since 2002, Legacy House of Logan is centrally located in the heart of Cache Valley and is near Logan Regional Hospital, physician offices, restaurants and shopping. Legacy House of Logan provides both assisted living and memory care services. Our residents enjoy daily activities, restaurant-style dining, beautifully decorated living areas and a variety of apartment floor plansall in a home-like setting. Visit our newly renovated community today.

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Legacy House of Bountiful Loves Their Caregivers

Nevertheless, there comes a time when we all could use a helping hand, even for the most basic daily activities like dressing, bathing, grooming or taking medications. At Legacy House of Bountiful, we recognize those times and provide just the right amount of help to meet those needsits part of our Personal Touch philosophy.

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Legacy Village of Provo Virtual Tour

Utah County's Premier Senior Living Community, Legacy Village of Provo, provides both assisted living and memory care services. Our residents enjoy daily activities, restaurant-style dining, beautifully decorated living areas and a variety of apartment floor plansall in a home-like setting. At Legacy Village of Provo, we believe that the more our residents can be independent, the healthier they are and the better they feel. No matter what stage of life were in, maximizing independence, maintaining dignity and having choices are important. Nevertheless, there comes a time when we all could use a helping hand, even for the most basic daily activities like dressing, bathing, grooming or taking medications. Legacy Village of Provo... It just feels like home.

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