Seniors Downsizing: Decluttering a Senior’s Home

Downsizing with seniors can be quite the adventure. According to the CDC, one of the highest stress points for seniors is any type of change. This is especially true when it comes to that point in their life where they must consider either moving to a retirement community, or continue...

Sagora Senior Living’s Heartwarming Story for Valentine’s Day

This Valentine’s Day, we are going to tell you a story about a couple of the residents we love serving every day. Picture this. A woman moves into an assisted living community because she was experiencing health-related issues at home. She was under-weight and not properly hydrated. She was...

Gifts of the Future in Senior Living

I have worked in senior living since 1989. When I look back at all the changes in this industry since I first became involved, I am both amazed and encouraged. Senior living communities are better places to live not only to the physical structures of the buildings, but the...

Happy New Year from Our Residents at Sagora!

It is finally a new year, which brings about thoughts of recollection for the past and enthusiasm for a brand new slate. At Sagora, we are honored to know these people who bring us great wisdom, humor, happiness and a fresher outlook on life. Please see below just a...

Please – A Resident’s Perspective

Ms. Ruth, a resident at Lakeview at Josey Ranch in Carrollton and member of the community’s group, Lakeview Writer’s Guild, has graciously allowed us to post her work here on the Sagora blog. Update 3/18: See the Dallas Morning News article here

A Father’s Day Conversation with our Residents

Sons, he was your role model growing up and your vessel of inspiration throughout the years. He taught you how to play baseball, how to use your money wisely, and how to treat a lady with respect. Daughters, he was the one guy you could depend on, and your...

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