If your loved one is a resident with us, we consider you part of the CelesteCare family! You are always welcome at our facilities.
- Family Potluck Dinners are held monthly to build a sense of community and increase interaction among our residents and their loved ones.
- Holiday Celebrations include very special luncheons for Mother’s Day and Father’s Day, as well as Thanksgiving Dinner and a festive Christmas party.
- CelesteSupport Groups meet regularly to give family members an opportunity to share the struggles and successes associated with having seniors who suffer from dementia or progressive physical limitations.
- CelesteConnect Events are open to the community and provide helpful information and resources related to aging, senior care and health trends.
www.AARP.org (American Association of Retired People)
www.nihseniorhealth.gov (National Institutes of Health: Health and Wellness Information for Older Adults)
www.alz.org (Alzheimer’s Association)
AARP/The Other Talk: A Guide to Talking with Your Adult Children about the Rest of Your Life
By Tim Prosch
Beyond Forgetting: Poetry and Prose About Alzheimer’s Disease
Edited by Holly J. Hughes
A Bittersweet Season: Caring for Our Aging Parents—and Ourselves
By Jane Gross
The Caregiver’s Survival Handbook: How to Care for Your Aging Parent Without Losing Yourself
By Alexis Abramson
Caring for Your Parents: The Complete AARP Guide
By Hugh Delehanty and Elinor Ginzler
Chicken Soup for the Soul/Family Caregivers: 101 Stories of Love, Sacrifice and Bonding
By Joan Lunden and Amy Newmark
Coping With Your Difficult Older Parent: A Guide for Stressed Out Children
By Grace Lebow, Barbara Kane, and Irwin Lebow
The Emotional Survival Guide for Caregivers: Looking After Yourself and Your Family While Helping an Aging Parent
By Barry J. Jacobs
How to Care for Aging Parents (3rd edition)
By Virginia Morris and Jennie Chin Hansen
How to Say it to Seniors: Closing the Communication Gap with Our Elders
By David Solie
My Mother, Your Mother: What to Expect as Parents Age
By Dennis McCullough
Sundown Syndrome (Caring for Aging Parents)
By Edie Dykeman
The 36-Hour Day: A Family Guide to Caring for People Who Have Alzheimer’s Disease, Related Dementias, and Memory Loss
By Nancy Mace, MA, and Peter Rabins, MD
By Tam Cummings ( tamcummings.com )