4 Helpful Services Assisted Living Communities Provide

As the child of a parent whose abilities aren’t what they used to be, you may be concerned for your parent’s safety and well-being, especially if he … [Read more...]

3 Ways LifeStream Complete Senior Living Is an Extension of Your Family

Choosing a senior living option for your loved one is difficult enough. But making senior care decisions is even more challenging when you’ve been the … [Read more...]

How GREEN HOUSE® Homes Can Help Your Loved One

Even if you know your parent or loved one needs to move to a senior living community, the final decision isn’t necessarily an easy one. On one hand, … [Read more...]

When to Choose Rehabilitation vs. Long Term Skilled Nursing Care

If your aging parent has recently experienced a serious fall and subsequent injury or received a chronic disease diagnosis, making decisions regarding … [Read more...]

Top 5 Benefits of Moving to a Retirement Community

If there’s one thing in life we can count on--it’s that change is inevitable. As we age, there are many elements in our lives that evolve along … [Read more...]

Does My Mom Have Alzheimer’s? 5 Signs to Watch For

As our parents and loved ones get older, it’s only natural that their memories won’t remain as sharp as they may have been when they were younger. As … [Read more...]

Same Mission, Same Calling –BRAND NEW NAME!

Dear Friends: Change isn’t easy…but it’s often how God does His greatest work. Arizona Baptist Retirement Centers has become LifeStream Complete … [Read more...]

Happy New Year

I can’t believe it’s already 2012. It seems like yesterday that all of the buzz was about Y2K and the new millennium. Is it just me, or is … [Read more...]

In All Things Give Thanks

In Philippians 4:4-7, Paul tells us to rejoice always, have a gentle spirit and be anxious in nothing. In all things, praying with a heart of … [Read more...]

Family Matters

When I talk with one of our family members who are facing the challenges associated with caring for an aging loved one, I often think, “I can’t … [Read more...]