Meet Rosemary H., Lover Of The Arts

Rosemary H. was born on May 17, 1954, at Los Angeles Doctor’s Hospital. She was the third daughter of four children and had two older sisters and a younger brother. She did not feel like they were poor, but they did not have a lot of money or things. Rosemary recalls owning two TVs that … Continued

Napping Dos & Don’ts for Seniors

Everyone enjoys a good nap now and then. As we age, we may take advantage of those naps more often. With this in mind, it’s essential to understand the impacts of napping on the aging senior. So, let’s look at the dos and don’ts of napping. Why Are Seniors Napping? Well, they are tired. Right? … Continued

From The Air Force to TAB Operating: Meet George P.

George P. has a rich Spanish history. His father was from Barcelona, Spain, and married a woman from El Salvador. George was born in Ecuador, and four years after he was born, his family moved to San Francisco, California. His father was a Merchant Marine, and he remembers him being in and out of the … Continued

Air Force

Preventing Dehydration in Seniors

The weather is heating up, and in California, it’s only going to get hotter. In response, it’s essential to reach for your water bottle consistently. You hear it every year, “hydrate, hydrate, hydrate!” But why is it important to hydrate, especially during those summer months? Hydrate When It’s Hot In warmer weather, we tend to … Continued

preventing dehydration with water and lemons.

How to Identify and Cope with Elderly Caregiver Burnout?

Warning Signs of Caregiver Burnout Some of the most common signs that you may be experiencing caregiver burnout include the following: Feelings of depression or irritation on a regular basis More frequent illnesses Changes in your sleeping habits A lack of interest in things you once enjoyed Withdrawing from your friends and family Weight loss … Continued

woman who is a caregiver sitting down tired

It’s National Nurses Week – How To Thank A Nurse

Celebrating Nurses EverywhereIn honor of National Nurses Week, we are taking the opportunity to thank not only our Wellness Director, Silvia Anaya, but nurses everywhere. This week celebrates nurses and their work worldwide. It’s important to thank those in the industry for their hard work, especially among the challenges that the last couple of years … Continued

Meet Ray & Nancy: Rancho Belago Resident Spotlights

Resident Spotlights: Ray & NancyReyad (Ray) and Nancy E. make up one of the lovely couples living at Renaissance Village Rancho Belago as well as this quarter’s resident spotlights. Ray was born in Tripoli, Lebanon, on February 14, 1934, what he jokingly refers to as the “Dark Ages.” He spent most of his childhood in … Continued

woman with Alzheimers receiving memory care

How To Help The Elderly

Best Practices For How To Help The ElderlyAs we age, we face a plethora of new challenges and needs. Working with seniors in this stage of life, we often get asked how to help the elderly. So, we decided to ask the seniors living in our communities just that. Several residents answered, “how can people … Continued

Meet Don P. – Murrieta Resident Spotlight

Resident Spotlight: Don P.Meet resident spotlight: Don P. He was born on May 8, 1921, in Omaha, Nebraska. His mother passed away when he was only eight years old, and his father raised him in Bloomington, Illinois. He attended grade school and some high school there. While growing up, Don thought they were poor, but … Continued

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