Doc Talk: Hand Washing to Fight Flu

Doc Talk: Hand Washing to Fight Flu provided by Dr. Kamran Qureshi, Medical Director, Hope Hospice & Healthcare. The single best way to prevent seasonal flu is to get vaccinated each year, but good health habits can help stop the spread of germs. The tips below will help you learn about steps you can take … Continued

California Resident Spotlights: Joe & Lise B.

This quarter’s California resident spotlights are Joe & Lise B. Joe served on the USS Improve (AM-247), a minesweeper in Europe and the Mediterranean. He served as a main engine engineer. Joe and his siblings made it home safely after the war. When he returned, he finished up high school and then went to college … Continued

Employees of the Year 2019

Renaissance Villages lives by its mission of creating great days for its residents. We couldn’t accomplish this mission without the amazing people who make up our team, and ultimately our Renaissance Villages Family. We appreciate the hard work each employee puts in every day and the care and love they show our residents. Each year … Continued

Moreno Valley Resident Spotlight: Irene K.

Our Moreno Valley Resident Spotlight is Irene K. Irene was born in Norman, Oklahoma on March 19, 1920. She was the fifth child of six children. She had two older brothers, two older sisters, and one younger brother. Her older sister, Mary, took on the responsibilities of rearing her. Her father was originally from Lebanon … Continued

Veteran’s Day Celebration 2019

On Monday, November 11, Renaissance Villages Senior Living hosted its annual Veteran’s Day Celebration. Veteran residents from both Renaissance Village Murrieta and Rancho Belago were acknowledged and honored for the sacrifice and service they gave to this country. The afternoon began with lunch and a patriotic musical performance by Chaplain Chad Dziedzickie and his wife, … Continued

Care Plan for Parkinson’s Disease

Did you know that there are 10 million people worldwide living with Parkinson’s disease (PD)? Those who live with this disease face challenges each day. It’s critical for those people to have a reliable support system. But before we discuss the care plan for Parkinson’s disease, we must address the disease itself. According to the … Continued

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Exercise for Seniors at Renaissance Villages

Incorporating physical exercise into your everyday life is important at any age. Often as we age, we tend to stop exercising all together. However, this should not be the case, especially for seniors. Exercise for seniors is an essential part of keeping their bodies healthy and key to aging successfully. Seniors should stay active as … Continued

Resident Spotlight – Mike G.

San Francisco, California holds much significance for resident spotlight, Michael G. He was born, worked, and met his second wife in the city. However, he did not grow up there. Just around a year after his birth on February 13, 1945, his family decided to move. He is the youngest of three children. His older … Continued

Resident Spotlight: Doug Y.

Doug Y., this quarter’s Resident Spotlight, was born on the brink of World War II in Hanford, CA. His father was a farmer, and the military used the cotton he grew for soldiers’ uniforms. Doug remembers his father as a stable person. He was quiet but was in charge when he needed to be. Doug’s mother … Continued

Assisted Living Levels of Care

Your parents cared for you all your life, and as they age, caring for them can become your concern. Caring for senior parents is a concern shared by many adult children. Especially when the care becomes beyond what they can take on. Assisted living care allows adult children to rest easy knowing their parents are … Continued

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