We want to thank you for your support as we face all the continued changes associated with this virus. As promised, we wanted to provide you an update. Since our last update, we have had no current residents nor any other prior residents diagnosed with COVID-19.
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We are writing to inform you that one of our prior residents has been diagnosed positive with COVID-19. While she resided in our community, she was isolated from other residents and never used common areas. Yesterday she was transferred to a local hospital for an apparently unrelated health issue, where she remains now.
In accordance with the recent guidance provided by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, we are limiting all visitation until further notice.
Dizziness is a common complaint among seniors, but it does not need to be a fact of life. With the right care, dizziness can often be treated. Here are five things that can cause dizziness and what can be done to treat it.
While chickenpox is usually an illness reserved for children, it can come roaring back in adulthood as shingles. There is no telling if and when shingles will strike, but luckily there are vaccines available to help prevent it. Here are a few things you should know about shingles.
Getting some shut-eye can be one of the best parts of the day, but as you age, it can become more difficult to do so. Older adults can have a more difficult time getting to sleep, whether it is due to medications, stress, or other factors.
Living with joint pain can make some activities difficult or even impossible. The good news is there are some natural and tasty options that may help keep joint pain at bay.
Although many people will experience hearing loss in their lifetime, there are ways to protect your hearing. Taking care of your ears and preventing hearing loss can be as easy as following these four tips.
Changes in mobility can make your own home seem like a dangerous place. However, there are ways to make the home a safer place for seniors. With a few alterations and upgrades, you can live comfortably in your home again or bring aging loved ones into your home safely.
As people get older and circumstances change, their social lives can suffer. From the death of a spouse to family and friends moving on to new endeavors, a person may find him or herself suddenly socially isolated.