CRISTA Senior Living provides retirement resources and tools to families as they navigate the next chapter of life and care needed.
November 18th, 2021
3 Misconceptions About Senior Living
Making the move to a senior living community can be one of the most positive and fulfilling experiences in a person’s life, allowing them to make the most of their retirement years in an ideal setting. Unfortunately, the public perception of the senior living industry can be clouded by stereotypes, outdated information and common misconceptions.
October 4th, 2021
Make the Right Choice: Senior Living Options Explained
If you have recently decided that a transition to a senior living community is in your best interest or that of a loved one – great job! You have taken the first and most important step on the journey to a wonderful and fulfilling new chapter.
April 29th, 2020
Praying and Smiling at the Same Time
We recently discovered this prayer said to have been written by a Seventeenth Century Nun. Although we could not prove authorship, it was a beautiful reminder that aging can have a light side and that God is all powerful over the tendencies we might lean towards as we age:
April 22nd, 2020
Spring Clean Like a Minimalist
Spring cleaning has taken front stage this year as many Americans are under stay-at-home orders to minimize the spread of the COVID-19 virus. Even though many have stocked up on hand sanitizer and disinfectants, it is easy to overlook cleaning needs that are a bit deeper than surface cleaning.
April 8th, 2020
With All the Restrictions, What CAN We do for our Neighbor?
Many who are reading this article today remember World War 2 and the Depression. A time when communities naturally pulled together to support one another in crisis. Now many have been put in a similar position, but our enemy is a virus.
April 2nd, 2020
Taking Advantage of Being a Homebody
With the new world of quarantine and isolation that much of the nation is experiencing right now, staying home is not an option. Isolation has been implemented to contain and prevent the transmission of COVID-19 across the nation and social isolation has become the norm.
March 25th, 2020
Loving and Communicating from Afar - When face to face is not an option.
Now that ‘social distancing’ and ‘quarantine’ are fully a part of the American vocabulary. It is important that we don’t forget how to communicate with one another. In our desire to stay healthy physically, let’s also make an effort to stay healthy emotionally by remaining connected with the important people in our lives.
March 18th, 2020
Isolation and Social Distancing- Are there Long Term Social Effects?
Quarantines date back to antiquity. In Bible times, even after ceremonial cleansing or healing, people were ordered to “stay outside their tent for seven days.” (Leviticus 14:8) Closer to home, in the mid 1600’s, those arriving in ships to the U.S. were known to be quarantined because of the plague.
March 4th, 2020
How to Survive Your First Rehab Experience
Very few people make it through their aging journey without experiencing a trip to the hospital, a surgery or a rehabilitation stay. Hospitals are set up to get us to a point of stability while rehabilitation’s goal is to bring us back to baseline functioning (or even better than before). How can you survive your first rehabilitation experience successfully?