If you’re planning for an upcoming surgery that will require skilled recovery care, it’s important to research your options to identify the provider that is best equipped to meet your specific needs. Here are some questions to ask.
As we age, we must reconsider our well-being and health to ensure a healthy and safe living; from home safety to mental health issues, we need to know how to prepare and adjust for sudden changes in our lives. Here are some useful webinars and caregiving resources about general aging.
If you’re planning for an upcoming surgery that will require skilled recovery care, it’s important to take the time to research your options to identify the provider that is best equipped to meet your specific needs. Here are some questions to consider.
While decreased efficiency in the lungs is, unfortunately, a normal part of aging, it doesn’t mean that seniors can’t take steps to protect their lungs from greater threats. Below are a few tips that senior clients can follow so that they continue to breathe easy.
Recovering from stroke or surgery can be challenging, but high-quality care makes all the difference. That’s why the Masonic Homes opened Transitions short stay rehabilitative care services on their Union City campus. Today, members of the public in the Tri-City region and beyond can access the [...]
A NEW CAFÉ AT THE MASONIC HOMES WILL FOCUS ON FOODS FOR COGNITIVE HEALTH By Michelle Simone What do the Barbagia region of Sardinia, Italy; Okinawa, Japan; Loma Linda, California; Costa Rica’s Nicoya Peninsula; and Ikaria, Greece have in common? According to author Dan Buettner, they’re all [...]
Are you searching for for caregivers or senior care for a loved one? Do you need help finding services and resources to connect with in your own community? The Masonic Value Network can help! Developed by Masonic Outreach Services, this convenient listing provides information about [...]
At MCYAF, a Masonic daughter discovers a pathway to hope. At age 14, Catherine’s* life had already been shaped by loss. Two years earlier, her father, a California Mason, was in a traumatic accident. He died of complications, leaving Catherine and her mother to sort through their grief and [...]