4 years..? something suspect about this.. since it seems like Sandra D. (affectionately known as Sandy) has been with us in our accounting team for ages before at the Waters Edge Nursing Home as the lead accountant there for quite a bit longer than 14 years.. but technically it’s only been 4 years since she’sRead more
Did you skip breakfast again this morning? Maybe because you overslept this morning or because you believe it will help you lose weight? Stop doing that! Eating breakfast is essential to balancing your blood sugar levels, energizing your body, and stimulating your metabolism. Breakfast doesn’t have to be a complicated and fancy meal. Something simple,Read more
Did you know that staying positive can lower the level of stress in your life? It can also improve your psychological and physical being because it affects your outlook on life. For #wellnesswednesday this week, let’s keep things simple: offer more smiles than frowns, more assistance than criticism, and make more friends than enemies. MyRead more
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It’s been particularly warm in our lovely city of Alameda lately. That means it’s even more important than usual to stay hydrated, but do you know how to recognize the signs of dehydration? Here are a few top common signs you’re dehydrated:
Dry mouth and skin
by Louisa Bannon
It’s easy to not want to do anything else physical after a workout, but stretching can actually help you feel better quicker and reduce your chances of getting a painful cramp. Stretching helps your muscles relax and improve the circulation of blood flow, which is critical after a workout. It can be
Tiers arrived at The Waters Edge Lodge as a young and sparky evening receptionist with an exceptional professional attitude that quickly won over the residents and staff alike. You might think we’re just saying that, but Tiers became so well liked and respected that he won a company award for his meritorious conduct and found himselfRead more
A daily exercise regimen is important for people of any age trying to maintain a healthy lifestyle.
It becomes even more critical as we enter our golden years. Regular physical activity helps improve mental, cognitive, and physical health and helps delay or prevent many common health issues. As a result, the risk of diabetes, heart
You may ask, are our residents going stir crazy being isolated all the time? We hope not. We are working hard to help make sure social distancing doesn’t mean isolation.
Exercise is a fundamental part of keeping your body and immune system healthy. So, we do what we can to make sure exercise still goes
What a rousingly fun time we had last week at the Wellness Carnival! Everyone who had the opportunity to complete all the fitness tests had a chance to spin the wheel and enter their name in our raffle. Well, the dust has finally cleared, the frog jump game has migrated back to storage along withRead more
AEC Living and AES Fitness are hosting a senior wellness carnival! Mark your calendars and join us Wednesday, July 31st 1pm-4pm at Waters Edge Lodge at 801 Island Drive Alameda. Activities will include games and tips and tricks to make wellness fun.
For more information call: 510-748-0158 and RSVP to
- Elders Inn 1721 Webster St Alameda, CA 94501 (510) 521-9200
- Waters Edge Lodge 801 Island Drive Alameda, CA 94502 (510) 748-4300
- Phoenix Commons 340 29th Ave Oakland, CA 94601 (510) 217-8527
- AES Therapy & Fitness 1725 Webster StreetAlameda, CA 94501 (510) 748-0158
- AEC Home Care 2425 Webb AveAlameda, CA 94501 (510) 629-4959