Can Yoga and Meditation Impact the Progression of Alzheimer’s? Whether you yourself have taken a yoga class or you have friends and family who rave about the benefits of yoga and meditation, if you live in Southern California in 2021, [...]
The decision of where and how to live is something people face in every stage of life. For older adults, however, some unique factors must be taken into account as they consider their living situations. At times, a family caregiver [...]
Whether an elderly person is living in a memory care community, assisted living, or an Alzheimer’s care community, exercise is an important aspect to a healthy lifestyle. Weight training helps regain lost muscle and slows cell aging.
At MesaView Senior Assisted Living in La Mesa, California, we understand that our residents’ holistic experience of life (social, spiritual, emotional, mental, physical) is vitally important.
As summer in San Diego is heating up, you might be spending more and more time swimming. Many of us have wonderful memories connected to water. Whether we remember the pool our family used to frequent in the summers, swimming [...]
According to researchers at Harvard Medical School, there are two simple steps older adults can take to keep their minds sharper and more active into their later years. MesaView Senior Assisted Living is one of the top senior care communities in the greater Diego area.
This Father’s Day we remember those who are celebrating and those who are grieving. From all of us at MesaView Senior Assisted Living in La Mesa, California, we wish you a safe and happy Father’s Day.
I’ve decided to write some stories down. One of the first that came to mind is the story of your birth at the birthing center in San Diego! I know I've been diagnosed with Alzheimer's and my memories are slipping away, but I want to have a record of those milestones in my life.
Read this touching series of letters from a daughter to her mother as she watches her slowly slip away from Alzheimer’s.
Mom, I’ll always remember you. Sitting in the crisp, fall sunshine. Facing your diagnosis, yet so present to the glorious moment. Present to your grandkids laughing and dancing around you. Present to your matcha latte (extra hot with oat milk, please). Present to me and all of my sorrow and uncertainty about your Alzheimer’s diagnosis.