This article originally appeared in the Mount Vernon Gazette. February 5, 2019 Lolita Robinson and her family are photographed with saxophonist Keith Kool-K Wilson entertaining the group. Photo contributed More than 20 furloughed Federal government workers and their families enjoyed supper and entertainment as the guests of
Spring Hills Cherry Hill Assisted Living knows that what’s best for their residents is what’s most important. That’s why they implement a Value-Based Care (VBC) system in their community, as well as in all Spring Hills Senior Communities locations. VBC is a delivery model that rewards providers for improving the
This article originally appeared in McKnight’s Senior Living January 30, 2019 Food for the Furloughed Spring Hills Mt. Vernon Assisted Living in Alexandria, VA, held a dinner for more than 20 federal workers affected by the partial government shutdown on Jan. 24. The event came one day before the president
This originally aired on WRC-NBC Over 20 furloughed Government workers and their families enjoyed supper and entertainment as the guests of Spring Hills Mt. Vernon Assisted Living served in part by seniors on Thursday, January 24, 2019. It was a gesture of giving back and sharing their appreciation
So how can you determine that a loved one is truly declining rather than enduring the natural state of old age? We’ve investigated this and found a few ways to detect the warning signs of a declining senior facing medical problems.