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Assisted Living


A Place to Grow and Dream for Generations

Buildings can span generations. Changing and molding into whatever the times needs the structure to be. But the spirit of the building lives on in its new service and the memories of those who have been a part of life within those four walls. The building now serving as Richmond Terrace Assisted Living Community, a Lutheran Senior Services community, is one such building that has had a few lives of its own.

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What is Assisted Living?

When it comes to senior living communities, there are several different levels of living that older adults can consider. This also means there’s some terminology to figure out. The difference between Assisted Living and Long Term Care, or what used to be called a nursing home, is an important distinction for seniors and their families to know, especially if considering moving to a senior living community

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Advice on Transitioning to Assisted Living and Long Term Care

While moving to Assisted Living or Long Term Care is full of change, it’s a positive opportunity for the resident and their family. Laclede Groves’ Director of Health Services, Robin Garnett, shares some advice for families going through this transition based on what she’s learned during her 11 years at Lutheran Senior Services.

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Signs to Watch for to Help Your Aging Loved One

When you’re close to an older person it can be hard to know how to help them. If you’ve noticed changes in your loved one, there are signs you can watch for to help them decide if a conversation with their doctor is needed.

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Be in the Know – Medicare Card Changes Coming Soon!

Medicare will mail new Medicare cards between April 2018 and April 2019. Your new card will have a new Medicare Number that’s unique to you. This number will be used in place of your social security number to help protect your identity. Things to know about your new Medicare card • You do not need …

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20 Questions at Christmas: Getting to Know Your Family All Over Again

They’re your parents — the people you should know better than anyone else. But you may be surprised at how much you don’t know about the people you’ve known the longest. In advance of his mother Peggy’s 80th birthday, Mike Wallace purchased a memory book and encouraged his mom to get her life story down …

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Limited availability in the Laclede Groves Care Center

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