Posts

How Assisted Living at The Village Helped My Mom

Assisted living offers a significant amount of security, peace of mind and confidence for both the resident and their family. Thanks to personalized, high-quality care, engaging daily programming, expert care staff and a safe and a secure setting, you and your family...

read more
Protecting Your Brain Starts with Your Heart

Protecting Your Brain Starts with Your Heart

Preventable disease, such as heart disease and stroke, can have detrimental implications for your brain heath. In fact, the health of your brain is directly connected to your heart. June is Alzheimer’s & Brain Awareness Month, a global movement to encourage...

read more
Residents Share Stories of Service

Residents Share Stories of Service

More than 150 veterans call The Village at Gainesville home. United by the commitment to serve and defend, these individuals find community in weekly meetings and gatherings to share their stories. Residents, whether having served or with an interest in the history of...

read more
How to Plan Ahead for Hurricane Season

How to Plan Ahead for Hurricane Season

June 1 marks the start of hurricane season. Across the country, people worry about whether they are prepared to weather the storm should Mother Nature decide to take a destructive path. How Does The Village at Gainesville Prepare? Details are crucial. Residents are...

read more
Senior Sun Safety

Senior Sun Safety

With Gainesville enjoying an average of 224 sunny days per year, it’s no wonder more and more people are escaping cold and icy winters for their day in the sun. As we age, the effects of the sun, dehydration and fatigue tend to increase. There are several ways you can...

read more
Troubleshooting Tips for Senior Travel

Troubleshooting Tips for Senior Travel

Paula Bowlan, program coordinator for independent living at The Village at Gainesville, has been taking seniors on new adventures for almost a decade. Paula says, “Often, seniors feel overwhelmed by the prospect of travel.” She’s heard it all before. “Who will I go...

read more

Others-Julanne’s Jewels

OTHERS This morning I read a very powerful essay on trying (very often we don’t) to PLEASE OTHERS. I know that it is kind, considerate and very admirable to do for OTHERS. This almost goes without saying or reminding ourselves of the virtues of OTHERS. For just a...

read more

Email Sign-Up

Receive the latest news and updates right in your inbox.

Contact
Us