Among the numerous senior care options that are available, finding an appropriate living arrangement for your loved one can be overwhelming. Discover the difference between two common options, assisted living and independent living, with Spring Hills.
Spring Hills Middletown, a senior community, is proud to share with you these photos as seen on Senior Housing News. March 17, 2017 Also in the news – Last, but not least: Daffodil the Alpaca visited residents at Spring Hills Middletown Assisted Living in Franklin, Ohio, last Thursday. Here are some
From recreational activities to appropriate care programs, it is important to find an assisted living facility that is suited to the needs of you and your loved one. By asking these ten interview questions, you’ll gain valuable insight into the memory care facility of interest, helping you to make the most appropriate decision.
Spring Hills Somerset, a senior community, is proud to share with you these photos as seen on MyCentralJersey.com. March 9, 2017 Children from the 4H Pet Therapy Club called People Pick Me Ups joined the residents at Spring Hills Somerset Assisted Living and author Alison Pilla as she read her
Spring Hills Mt. Vernon Senior Communities is proud to share this video clip that was seen on WUSA’s Great Day Washington. March 8, 2017 After David Cassidy announced that he has dementia, Great Day Washington wanted to create a segment about the disease. They wanted to help people learn what dementia
After David Cassidy announced that he has dementia, Great Day Washington wanted to create a segment about the disease. They wanted to help people learn what dementia is, how it differs from Alzheimer’s and more. Spring Hills Senior Communities’ Lesa Scott, Vice President Resident Services & Program Development/RN and Certified
See below for TV coverage from FOX! On Saturday, March 4, 2017, members of the Girl Scouts and two authors enjoyed Read Across America with the seniors at Spring Hills Cherry Hill Assisted Living. The children and seniors listened to author Alison Pilla read her new book, “It’s Not So