The staff at SLS continue to hope that you and your families are staying safe and healthy during such uncertain times. We are here for you and are always just a phone call away to try and help you in any way we can.​ Please continue to take precautions if you go out by wearing a mask at all times. If you have visitors coming to the home, everyone should wear a mask.

July Birthdays


Richard J - 7/2

Helen R - 7/12

Evelyn C - 7/31

Senior Lifestyle Solutions revamped our website at the end of 2019 and the beginning of 2020 and are always adding new material to it. If you haven't, we invite you to check it out.


Our Photos page contains images from events we have attended or participated in, events we have hosted at our office or Legacy Room, and more.  


Our Community Partnerships page features some of the local businesses, charities and not for profit organizations we have the honor to work with on a regular basis.


Our Newsletters page lets you find past newsletters that you may have missed.


Our Articles page allows us to share stories that we have come across and feel were interesting or beneficial.


With many local and national Independence Day festivals and fireworks shows cancelled, here are a few virtual shows to help with your pyrotechnic fix.


Avocados are popular for good reason. Not only are they delicious, they're packed with vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients that can help keep you healthy.

Avocados have more potassium than bananas, are loaded with heart-healthy monounsaturated fatty acids, and are full of fiber. They can help lower cholesterol and triglyceride levels, help you absorb nutrients from plant foods, and improve digestion. They may also prevent cancer, relieve symptoms of arthritis, and help decrease the risk of depression.

So, enjoy this little green treasure on National Avocado Day, July 31st, and all year long.


Many people believe that sun damage that leads to skin cancer occurs during childhood. And if a senior grew up not using sunscreen, they might not think they need it now. The Skin Cancer Foundation states that over half of all skin cancer related deaths occur in people over the age of 65.

Ultraviolet (UV) rays can cause skin damage in as little as 15 minutes. Some UV rays can penetrate glass windows in homes and cars. Even on cloudy days, the sun's rays can still affect you. 

A sunscreen that is labeled SPF 30 can absorb and reflect 97% of the sun's burning rays. Look for a sunscreen that offers broad-spectrum protection that will help keep you safe from both UVA and UVB rays. 

Sunscreen sticks are good for ears and noses. Sprays and creams can cover large areas more efficiently. Gels tend to adhere better on areas with hair. And they all have a similar effectiveness.

The biggest mistake people make is applying too little. And it should be reapplied every two to four hours, or more often if swimming or sweating heavily. Be sure to follow the directions on the bottle.


Creating a healthy home care environment for our clients is our goal!

If you or your loved one are in need of daily living assistance, 24 hour care, hourly care, or transportation services we are here to help. Call us for your free assessment and personal service plan that fits your needs & schedule.

Executive Director - Laurie Teator  815-354-8977


Director of Client Services - Sean Chilonga


Director of Development - Eric Blum