Alzheimer’s disease can affect our Alaska elderly loved one’s brain and cognitive abilities. The condition starts by taking away our loved one’s ability to think and remember things. In its advanced stages, our Alaskan older adults may lose their ability to carry out even the simplest tasks.
Many common mental health challenges tend to increase slowness and forgetfulness, especially for aging elderly. There are various reasons for why our mental health problems can increase with aging. Such reasons may include biological and psychological changes that cause difficulties with information processing, to social and behavioral changes that are related to children leaving home.
When you think outside of the box you can create amazing things. Baxter Senior Living was created and designed with home in mind. We feel Alaskans deserve a place that isn’t a typical assisted living home.
We all seek the best for our loved ones when they reach the age they can no longer live by themselves. Baxter Senior Living, an assisted living facility in Anchorage, Alaska, provides assisted living facilities with the mission of ensuring that our Alaskan senior residents can enjoy the best care that they require and deserve. […]
We are so excited to announce our November 2019 Calendar of Events for Baxter Senior Living. Please come and join in our celebrations as we enjoy our time together with family and friends in our brand new state of the art facility. If you have any questions about events please contact our activities director at […]
Life-long learning is important for the elderly because, throughout life, we progress through different stages and life phases that enable us to learn the various responsibilities that are associated with our age, and contribute to our development as independent people who contribute to society and human well-being.
Healthy Winter Foods for Alaskan Seniors Balancing a healthy nutrition diet as you approach your golden age becomes more challenging, particularly during the tough winter months. Seniors may tend to experience reduced appetites, endure mobility limitations, and have greater difficulty with chewing and swallowing food. Due to these reasons, it may become difficult for most […]
Even After All this time The Sun Never Says to the Earth . . . “You Owe Me” . . . Look What Happens With a Love Like That, It Lights the Whole Sky . . . -Hafiz ————– We strive to provide an Assisted Living facility for our seniors that promote their […]
September is here – the month specifically associated with and dedicated to international self-awareness. Whether you are currently in assisted living in Alaska, this is the time to be introspective, identify our goals and purposes, and work hard towards realizing our full potential and roles in our communities. (Self-awareness is not to be confused with […]
The Anchorage Museum has an upcoming free 8-week art workshop series for adults 55+ titled “Expressive Movement” at the Anchorage Museum. The series runs Oct. 2 – Nov. 20, and more information is in the attached flyer. Here is also a link to the Facebook event. People can register at anchoragemuseum.org/vital or email me if […]