When a parent has a diagnosis of dementia, our AEC Living community, has a Memory Care area called “The Garden”, which provides excellent care for our residents. Our caregivers there are well trained in assisting seniors with dementia to accomplish the activities of daily living and in encouraging them in the pursuit of good health
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In another installment of our #FAQFriday series. We look at why is NOW a GOOD time to move to an #AssistedLiving community.
It is understandable that family and friends have concerns and are very hesitant to make a move to an Assisted Living community, however, the current pandemic situation
What is Leisure Living?
Leisure Living at Waters Edge Lodge is designed for active seniors who long for the social aspects of community living, but don’t need the services included with assisted living. Leisure Living residents are able to enjoy the same caring staff, beautiful gardens, majestic views overlooking the lagoons, and an exceptional activities
“How’s the food? ” is one of the most frequently asked questions that families and prospective residents have when touring an assisted living community. Everyone loves their favorite restaurant because those chefs make gourmet dishes that are often loaded with lots of butter and salt. Assisted living communities are required to provide residents with menu
Connection, how do we find it?
In today’s world of concern about the COVID-19 pandemic, when we can no longer go to gatherings of more than 5 or, at most, 10 people, and when we are required to stay 6 feet away from everyone, (except those we actually live with) and where rules dictate that
The health and safety concerns of our residents at our AEC Living communities and corporate headquarters during this heightened alert to prevent the spread of the coronavirus is now our primary focus. At the same time, we also need to remember how important it is to “Stay Calm and Carry On”.
Let’s practice self-care by
Join AEC Living in supporting the 2015 “Toys for Tots” drive by bringing a new, unwrapped toy or game to any of three AEC Living local Alameda collection sites.
The Lodge residents, families and friends honored US Veterans at the Veterans’ Day Ball on Thursday, November 5th.
Residents, their families and friends joined the staff at Waters Edge Lodge to sip tea and savor delicious desserts at a Mad Hatter’s Tea Party on Tuesday, October 20th.
Celebrating Fall and enjoying a gorgeous sunny Saturday by the lagoon at The Lodge, residents, staff and their families were all smiles at the Fall Fun Fest on October 17th. The festivities included a cupcake walk, a ghost lollipop pull, pumpkin decorating, and a farm animal petting zoo. The petting zoo, Little Red’s Barnyard Friends, featured a donkey, a pony, two chickens and a bunny, all of which were petted, hugged and fed.
- Caregiver Tip: Communicate To Ease Anxiety & Stress
- Ovations for Saul O. Who Surpasses 3 Years Over at the Lodge As Receptionist
- Nicole T Takes on her First Year as Lodge Wait Staff.
- Trinh M. Makes Her Way Towards 19 Years of Excellence at Balancing the Books as Senior Accounting Clerk
- FAQ Friday: How can I help my parent with dementia?
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