From our perspective, every story is worth telling. That includes the ones that get written right here in our community. Through this blog, we’ll keep you updated on the latest news you need to know about life at Paddock Ridge, along with other articles on senior living and wellness.



Paddock Ridge Congratulates Trinity Catholic High School

At the Diocese of Orlando Kick-off of the 2020-2021 academic year, Henry Fortier, Secretary of Education and Superintendent of Schools presented the St. Teresa of Calcutta award to this year’s elementary and high school winners: Resurrection Catholic School and Trinity Catholic High School. Several groups from Trinity Catholic High School in partnership with the Paddock …

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Downsizing Tips for Seniors

Downsizing Guide for Seniors Wondering what downsizing will mean for you or a loved one who’s chosen to move to an assisted living or memory care community? You’re not alone. According to a study by Merrill Lynch, about 51% of retirees who moved had to go through the downsizing process. Downsizing for seniors can be …

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Improve Your Memory with Brain-Healthy Foods

Brain foods to improve your memory. In the search to find brain-healthy foods that improve memory or prevent memory loss, there’s general agreement that certain brain foods, and the nutrients they contain, are considered to be memory-boosting power foods for the brain that are also smart additions to your diet. The nutrients contained in memory …

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Should You Retire in Ocala, Florida?

Is Ocala a good place to retire? It’s a simple question with many answers that all point to the same conclusion: YES! Retirement in Ocala, Florida, offers a lifestyle that’s rich in fun, relaxation and discovery. The beautiful Florida weather simply can’t be beat. Taxes are low, meaning your savings will be high. It’s an …

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Assisted Living Activities

Are there activities for seniors in assisted living? Retirement communities across the country offer resort-style living with first-class amenities. The perception, however, is that these perks are primarily reserved for independent living residents. While those in need of assisted living require an extra hand to complete some daily tasks, they’re still just as capable of …

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Easy Workout Routines for Seniors to Do at Home

Try these easy exercises for seniors at home. Living independently is something people of all ages value, and something no one can afford to take for granted. Staying active and fit plays a major role in your level of independence. But do senior workouts and senior fitness have to involve going to the gym or …

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Medication Management — A Guide for Caregivers

What Is Medication Management, and Why Does It Matter? As people age, it’s probable they’ll need to start taking a variety of medications to help with various illnesses or ailments. In fact, some research shows roughly 87% of seniors take at least one form of prescription medication, while 36% take five prescription medications or more. …

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What Is Assisted Living and What Is the Cost of Assisted Living in Florida?

Even if you’re fortunate enough to enjoy good health, you can’t assume that circumstances will never change. According to The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Administration on Aging, there is a 7 in 10 chance that, after age 65, illness, injury, or simply a decline in your ability to care for yourself will necessitate …

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What Is Sensory Integration Therapy?

  The benefits of sensory integration therapy for seniors with dementia. Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia don’t just affect the senior living with the disease. They affect entire families. And with a new dementia diagnosis occurring every 65 seconds, more and more families are feeling the impact. While there is no known cure …

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