In your younger days, taking care of yourself probably wasn’t top of mind. You had more energy, and your body was more resilient. But as you grow older, taking care of yourself becomes more of a priority. You need to make time to recharge your batteries so you can engage with life. That doesn’t mean …Read More
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Dear Residents and family representatives, You are receiving this notification due to a new Federal regulations which requires us to notify residents, resident representatives and families of any single new confirmed COVID-19 infection in our health center by 5:00 pm the next day. It also requires us to notify you of any incidences of three …Read More
Now that construction has finished and we’re able to gather safely in person, it’s time to celebrate the Grand Opening of our multimillion-dollar expansion project. On Thursday, August 26, we’ll be cutting the ribbon, recognizing all the hard work and perseverance that saw us through a pandemic in the midst of construction, and enjoying live …Read More
Tips to Find the Senior Living Community, for you! Some terms don’t fully capture the variety of what they describe. Think of the terms “pickup truck” or “electric guitar.” Certainly, there’s more than just one type of each of these. There are so many different versions, in fact, that a prospective buyer will want to …Read More
As we grow older, one of our greatest fears is losing our memory and ending up with dementia. Alzheimer’s disease, the most common type of dementia, affects 1 in 10 people ages 65 and older. So while the risk is real, there’s a growing body of evidence that shows you can reduce the risk of …Read More
It’s been a long, challenging 15 months since the first case of COVID-19 appeared in Washington state. Although we’re not out of the woods yet, the future looks much brighter today than it did just a few months ago. The vaccine rollout has helped. We also know much more about how the virus is spread …Read More
Rolling Green Village Healthcare Facility has been identified from the SC Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) Outbreak Status Report. This report is compiled using NHSN data which demonstrates that Rolling Green Village Healthcare Facility has been COVID free for the past 30 days. The Carolinas Center for Medical Excellence (CCME) and DHEC would …Read More
Volunteer (v.) from the Latin voluntarius, which means “willing; of one’s free will.” Millions of seniors are freely giving their time and skills to good causes all over the country. You may be one of them. But did you know that volunteering doesn’t just benefit the people or organizations being served? It also has significant …Read More
Some seniors believe they shouldn’t move to senior living until they need care, but the best time to move into a continuing care retirement community may be earlier than you think. There are a number of benefits to moving into independent living while you’re still active. First, What Is a Continuing Care Retirement Community? Also …Read More
John Hemingway is enjoying spending his retirement years building new friendships while pursuing old pastimes following his move to Rolling Green Village senior living community. “I now have a whole room devoted to my model boat collection,” he noted. He’s spent years building the intricate boats that are now displayed in his apartment in Rolling …Read More