Residential Care

Our facility distinguishes itself from other types of care facilities because it provides a real home with all the comforts and warmth that your loved one is used to.

May 23, 2022

Maintain Independence With Assisted Living: How To Help Your Parent

Help your parent to maintain independence with assisted living. Assisted living may let your parent live more freely than on their own.
May 9, 2022

How to Prevent Senior Isolation and Boredom

Senior isolation and boredom can affect your parent’s physical and mental health. Tips for maintaining connection.
April 11, 2022

Moving Parents into Assisted Living: 7 Steps for an Easy Transition

Moving parents into assisted living can be a challenge. Here are seven helpful steps for adult children to begin the conversation.
February 9, 2022

Director Series 2: Residential Care with Arda Kardjian

Learn how Verona Court has maintained its level of excellence, before and during Covid-19 from its Co-Founder Arda Kardjian, RN, BSN.
January 28, 2022

Finding the right place for a loved one can feel overwhelming—especially for those who require ongoing, long-term care. From skilled nursing centers to residential care facilities, Parentis Health guides you through the options available to you.
May 24, 2021

Late Stage Alzheimer’s: What to Expect

Late Stage Alzheimer’s: What to Expect Alzheimer’s disease affects every aspect of personality and behavior. Patients become forgetful. They struggle to talk, lose control of their […]
April 14, 2021

Memory Care: A Short Guide for Families

For people suffering from dementia, memory care offers a way to stay healthy, stay connected, and preserve their mental abilities as long as possible.
March 23, 2021

Caring for Dementia: Practical Tips & Strategies  

Caring for Dementia: Practical Tips & Strategies   Caring for dementia requires patience, knowledge, and compassion. During the early stages, symptoms will be mild enough for patients to live on their own. However, […]
March 13, 2021

What is Sundown Syndrome?

What is sundown syndrome? We have collected practical tips to help manage Alzheimer's patients who become agitated and aggressive in late afternoon.
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