Jan S.: Resident Spotlight

Jan S. was born in a little town called Emerson, Nebraska, during the Depression. She was born in the middle of a blizzard, and when they told her eleven-year-old sister and nine-year-old brother that they had a little sister, her brother had lots of questions. Some of which included: “Couldn’t we have just gotten a … Continued

Otis B.: Resident Spotlight

Otis B. was born on January 6, 1929. He was the sixth child of ten children. Otis’ family was large but close. They enjoyed spending time together, laughing and playing with one another. He recalls his parents as wonderful people. Otis worked his whole life. He began working as a shoe shiner when he was … Continued

Renaissance Village Murrieta Partners with ONR, Inc.

Renaissance Village Murrieta is pleased to announce its partnership with ONR, Inc. This partnership now enables the community to offer therapy services to its residents and members of the surrounding area through ONR’s TOUCH program. TOUCH stands for Therapeutic Outcomes Using Caring Hands. The program’s design helps promote independence by offering individualized care. This includes … Continued


Food & Drug Administration Approves Two COVID-19 Vaccines

*This article is for informational purposes only. Renaissance Villages is not a provider or administer of the Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine to the public. With the close of 2020, we can excitedly say we’re steps closer to protecting more Americans against Coronavirus (COVID-19). During the last month of the year, the Food and Drug … Continued

Margie D. – Resident Spotlight

Margie D. was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota. She was the eldest daughter of six children and had one younger sister before her parents divorced. After her parents separated, she and her younger sister moved to her grandparents’ farm with their mother. She enjoyed driving the tractor and milking the cows. Margie loved her mother but … Continued

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Couple Resident Spotlight: Jim & Janet A.

Jim & Janet A.’s love story is such a testament to how the Lord is faithful. Read this couple resident spotlight’s story below. Jim A. was born on September 18, 1931. He had four brothers and four sisters. They lived in Kilgore, Texas, and his father worked for Gulf Oil Company. The family all helped … Continued

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Living at Home vs. Assisted Living

A reason that we often find preventing seniors from truly considering assisted living, is their desire to spend the rest of their life in their homes. Who wouldn’t want to continue living at home? Your house holds all your favorite memories. While the idea of aging at home sounds ideal, it’s not always the best … Continued

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Protecting Seniors from Scammers

Scam emails and phone calls are an ever-growing annoyance among all people. So much so that many people refuse even to answer the phone to any number they do not know. However, sometimes this isn’t always feasible, and often many do fall victim to scams. According to the Senate Special Committee on Aging, seniors lose … Continued

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Renaissance Villages — Now Welcoming New Residents

The last couple of months brought a lot of different challenges with COVID-19. However, residents’ care and safety remained at the forefront of every decision we made as an assisted living community. We worked to make adjustments and adapt to the ever-changing recommendations and requirements of the Center for Disease Control, the California Department of … Continued

Veteran Resident Spotlight: Dan D.

This summer’s Veteran Resident Spotlight is Dan D. Dan was born on May 28, 1938, in the big town of Deadwood, South Dakota. He was one of seven children and had four brothers and two sisters. Dan grew up in the Black Hill of South Dakota and stayed there until he was 19 years old. … Continued

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