Signs it May be Time for an Elderly Loved One to Stop Driving

Physical Changes in the Body As people age, they often experience changes in their vision, hearing and overall reflexes.: Deteriorating vision can reduce the ability to spot oncoming cars in time to avoid collisions. The ability to focus clearly and to perceive colors, light and depth can also deteriorate with age, which can increase the … Continued

older man checking out damage to car after accident

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

Why It’s Important for Seniors to Stay Physically Active

  Seniors can enjoy a number of important benefits by staying physically fit. Your assisted care facility or independent living community can often assist in this process with specialized senior fitness classes that can help older people stay healthier and more flexible. Here are five important benefits of fitness classes for seniors in our area. Fitness … Continued

seniors participating in gerifit class

The Many Benefits of Assisted Living Facilities for Seniors

  Assisted living facilities are an ideal solution for many older people and for their families. These communities offer a safe and caring environment with many of the comforts of home. Here are six of the most important benefits of choosing an assisted living community for yourself or for your loved one. Personalized CareStaff members who … Continued

seniors enjoying coffee at assisted living facility

Gluten-Sensitive Diets at Renaissance Villages

Catering to Gluten-Sensitive Diets As we age, the task of preparing a meal can be daunting, especially with the ease and accessibility of options like home delivery and drive-thru fast food. If you add in special dietary needs on top of that, you may find yourself exhausted and frustrated with mealtime. A great perk of … Continued

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