Blogs & HarborChase Community News
5 Benefits of Working in the Senior Housing
March 15, 2020 | By HarborChase
Retirement communities have plenty to offer for a new and exciting career. HarborChase Senior Living shares 5 reasons why it’s such an impactful industry!
The Influence of Music in Memory Care
March 8, 2020 | By HarborChase
HarborChase Senior Living understands the importance of music in our everyday lives. Music in memory care plays a huge role in our communities. Learn more!
How to Live Clutter-Free
February 22, 2020 | By HarborChase
Living a clutter-free life can be beneficial, especially within a senior living community. Learn how to declutter and revamp life now!
5 Tips for New Family Caregivers
February 15, 2020 | By HarborChase
HarborChase Senior Living understands that family caregiving can be at times, and we are here to help, read our blog to learn more!
Tips on How to Pay for Senior Housing
February 8, 2020 | By HarborChase
HarborChase Senior Living wants to provide a few tips on how to pay for senior living!
Taking Care of Your Heart Health ❤️
February 1, 2020 | By HarborChase
February is Heart Health Month & HarborChase is sharing ways to promote heart health and things to pay attention to.
Age and Appetite: 7 Tips to Increase Appetite in Older Adults
January 22, 2020 | By HarborChase
If you have a parent or loved one and their lack of appetite is a concern, there are ways to increase appetite and ensure they maintain a healthy diet.
5 Useful Tips for Preventing Falls at Home
January 15, 2020 | By HarborChase
We do everything we can to help our residents maintain their independence, and we would like to help prevent falls at home by sharing some useful tips.
Maintaining Your Mental Wellness
January 8, 2020 | By HarborChase
HarborChase Senior Living understands the importance of senior mental wellness, and every day we take steps to improve our resident’s mental well-being.
Caregiver Health: Tips to Leading an Active and Healthy Lifestyle
December 22, 2019 | By HarborChase
HarborChase Senior Living provides you with a few caregiver tips to help avoid burnout and promote an active, healthier life for you and your loved one.