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New Technologies in Assistive Care

Senior Care Housing Assistive Devices Twin Cities MN By Chris and Laurie Kemp, CSAs A recent article in the Huffington Post discussed how technology may change aging in the next 10 years. There are many technologies already helping seniors stay independent longer. These technologies generally help seniors to accomplish tasks and stay safe in their home, whether it is a house, a condo […] Continue reading →

Alzheimer’s & Memory Care

Alzheimers Memory Care Facility Options Information Twin Cities MN There are various settings for Memory care today.  Many Assisted Living communities have a secure area for those that need a higher level of staff assistance and are at risk of wandering.  There are also sites today that require a dementia diagnosis for their residents. Staff to resident ratios is higher in memory care settings […] Continue reading →

Senior Housing Options

Seniors Elderly Alzheimers Housing Assistance Care Facilities Twin Cities MN There are many types of communities called “Senior Housing.”  What a community is called does not give you a good understanding of what you might need or want.  Many communities will combine the housing types below into a single building or campus, thus providing some “continuum of care.” Our local experts will help you understand […] Continue reading →

About Choice Connections

Elderly Housing Options Senior Memory Care Living Facilities Twin Cities MN Choice Connections is an independently owned office located in the Twin City’s south east metro. It is a business that exists to help seniors and their families save time and prevent stress in finding a new home when where they are living is not the best choice. We offer a four step process to help […] Continue reading →

Our Senior Housing Advisory Service Needed for Families Dealing with Dementia

Seniors Elderly Alzheimers Housing Assistance Care Facilities Twin Cities MN I attended the Meeting of the Minds conference that is put on annually by the Alzheimer’s Association in partnership with Mayo Clinic. There were excellent presenters that are helping caregivers, those with memory loss themselves as well as professionals serving seniors like Choice Connections learn more to slow down and cope with the disease. As […] Continue reading →