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Caregiver’s Sleep Deprivation Affects Health

Caregiver’s Sleep Deprivation Affects Health

Cara is exhausted. She is the primary caregiver for her mother with dementia who lives with her. While at work Cara has home care for her mom but the nights are difficult. Her mom wakes multiple times and starts to wander about the house. Cara hasn’t felt this tired since she had a newborn. At… read more


Green House® Homes: Living for Revolutionary Long-Term Care

Green House® Homes: Living for Revolutionary Long-Term Care

  Betty has always been a courageous person. She was the first in her family to go to college. She raised three children on her own working long hours. She is very independent, involved in her community and enjoys close friendships. Yet, at 82 years of age Betty has one great fear. She is afraid… read more


Leading Age Magazine and Podcast Features Green Hill LGBT Senior Housing and Care Program

President & CEO Donna Lazartic was recently interviewed on the Leading Age podcast, Aging Unmasked about the Green Hill LGBT Senior Housing and Care program and the Green Hill journey towards full inclusiveness. Green Hill also published a corresponding article to the Leading Age Magazine summer edition. Leading Age and its 6.000 members include not-for-profit… read more


Reducing Risk of Falls Creates Confidence for Seniors

Reducing Risk of Falls Creates Confidence for Seniors

  “Agnes had a bad fall. She got up in the middle of the night to use the bathroom and tripped on the floor mat,” my mother explained. “Her daughter found her a long time later and an ambulance took her to the hospital. I don’t know when they will let her go home.” Mom… read more


The Cardiac Effects of a Sedentary Lifestyle

The Cardiac Effects of a Sedentary Lifestyle

  Betty’s family was never the type that went to the gym or ran in marathons. As a kid, she played outdoors with her family, worked in the garden and enjoyed evening walks around the neighborhood. Her parents used to dance – both out on the town and around the house. Now at age 60,… read more


Reducing Clutter is an Important Part of a Long-Term Planning

Reducing Clutter is an Important Part of a Long-Term Planning

  Every time Julie brings the kids to visit her parents it seems that the house that she grew up in gets smaller and smaller. Dad and Mom are incredibly active seniors, only in their mid 70’s and healthy but they never throw anything out. Every room of the house is filled with memorabilia from… read more


Green Hill LGBT Senior Housing and Care Program In The News!

In an in-depth look at the choices or lack thereof, of welcoming housing options for LGBT Seniors in New Jersey, Philadelphia Inquirer reporter Kevin Riordan highlights the Green Hill LGBT Senior Housing and Care program as an industry leader on the issue of LGBT senior long-term care. The article published May 1st follows the experience… read more


April is Alcohol Awareness Month

April is Alcohol Awareness Month

  Betty does enjoy an evening cocktail. Before her retirement she would come home from work at six, get dinner on the table for the family and have her gin and tonic by 7pm. Now the kids have grown, her husband recently passed away and cocktail hour begins earlier each day. The cast on her… read more


Downsizing Belongings for the Move to a Senior Living Community

Downsizing Belongings for the Move to a Senior Living Community

Becky knows that her parents should be planning to relocate to a senior living community. Their house takes a lot of physical and financial resources to maintain. She worries about the yard work, snow removal and the two flights of stairs. While her Mom and Dad agree that they should move, they are frightened by… read more