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Tips for Seniors to Combat the 2021 Flu Season Amid COVID-19 Seasonal influenza (“flu”) is a common illness we fight every year, and seniors are at a higher risk of developing serious complications from it. Now, with the addition of COVID-19 and highly transmissible variants like Delta, the risk of serious illness is even greater.
We want to celebrate and acknowledge the inspirational and unique individuals who call a Pegasus community their home. Pegasus values our residents’ and their families’ intriguing life stories. Sharing each other’s lives within and among our communities encourages socialization between residents. It also allows our associates to get to know each resident personally, which lets
Seniors choose Pegasus Senior Living to join a community that feels like home. This feeling comes from the dedication of local associates across the entire country. We cannot thank them enough. Our services range from independent living, assisted living and memory care. Residents enjoy three seasonal meals per day, complete fitness goals, attend endless activities
Getting into college, buying a home, and understanding how to pay your taxes are all difficult tasks to accomplish alone. Preparing for life after retirement should be easy, but it’s hard to juggle budgets when the pricing structure of senior living is not advertised in big, bold letters. If you’re looking for independent or assisted
Join Pegasus Senior Living at the Walk to End Alzheimer’s Pegasus Senior Living designs communities across the country that give people living with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia the opportunity to live an engaged, fulfilling and dignified life. The Alzheimer’s Association is the leader in raising awareness and funding research toward finding a cure.
How to Slow the Progress of Alzheimer’s with Activities that Stimulate the Mind and Body Pegasus Senior Living manages residential memory care communities across the United States. We are local. We are passionate. We care. What is Alzheimer’s? Alzheimer’s is the most common type of dementia. It is a progressive disease that is characterized by