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Feb 28th, 2019

French & Asian Infused Elegant Dinner

This year we are combining the cuisine from two different culinary traditions for this Wonderful "Resident Only" Event!

 

Feb 28th, 2019

Meet Sugar Our New Therapy Dog

Sugar is a White Lab certified through Therapy Dog International and Holly Schultz is her Trainer.

They are presenting the "What & Why of Dog Therapy" on Febrary 5th at both of our locations.

Sugar...

Feb 14th, 2019

Water Exercise Classes

Meadowood Shores Residents are  attending a Water Fitness Class  for 6 session at SiverCreek on Main.

Last session in on Valentines' day!

 

Feb 13th, 2019

2019 Cyber Seniors

 

Technology Training  in small groups and 1 to 1s  

Students from Totino Grace with other area high schools, will be the mentors again this year!

Sessions  will be held on Wedendays, with  ...

Feb 9th, 2019

Korean Drumming Presentation

Presentations will be held at both our our locations.

Check our calendars for times and locations.

Feb 7th, 2019

Reflections Family Support Night

Topics are family driven and based on what would be most helpful with education as the key in understanding memory related diseases.

This time give families opportunity to share experiences that can help...

Jan 31st, 2019

"You Mean The World To Us"

This year, within our programs, events & outings we plan to compare and share the flavor of the world we live in!

So... check out our newsletter for more information.

Jan 31st, 2019

Celebrating the Class of 2018

Events to celebrate all of the residents that moved into Meadowood Shores and Brightondale Assisted Living in this last year 2018, will be held on:

Wednesday, January 30th at Brightondale Assisted Living

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Jan 16th, 2019

The Warning Signs of Alzheimer's: What to Do Once You Recognize Them

The holidays are a popular time that people notice something being “off” about their aging loved ones. It might be the added stress, the larger gatherings of people, or the greater number of tasks to...

Jan 16th, 2019

The Warning Signs of Alzheimer's: What to Do Once You Recognize Them

The holidays are a popular time that people notice something being “off” about their aging loved ones. It might be the added stress, the larger gatherings of people, or the greater number of tasks to...

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