This article was originally published on NJ.com Preschoolers and seniors get a jump on Thanksgiving By Greg Hatala More than a dozen preschoolers and kindergarteners celebrated Thanksgiving a week early with the seniors at Spring Hills Somerset Assisted Living in Franklin Township on Nov. 14. Activities included reading a book
Caring for an elderly loved one is both rewarding and admirable. However, it is also important to care for yourself! Learn more about caregiver stress syndrome and methods of prevention with Spring Hills.
The benefits of brain games for seniors can be monumental to their cognitive abilities. Not only are they are fun ways to keep the mind active and healthy, but they also provide a fun opportunity to socialize with others. Learn more with Spring Hills!
The Caring Kids of Hunter’s Creek enjoyed some “reverse trick or treating” with the senior residents at Spring Hills Hunter’s Creek Assisted Living on October 25, 2017. Approximately 10 children, ages six to 12, dressed in costume and knocked on the resident’s doors but instead of asking for candy, the
Bone density progressively decreases during our adult life, meaning there is a significant concern with respect to osteoporosis in seniors. Discover simple prevention techniques with the caregivers of Spring Hills!
This article was originally published on Vacation Resort Florida Vets take ‘dream flight’ in WWII plane By Michael Izzo SUSSEX BOROUGH – Veterans and other residents of a Morristown assisted living facility were invited to fly in an open cockpit World War II plane Tuesday morning at Sussex Airport. Residents
Dogs and cats in Halloween costumes paraded for seniors at Spring Hills Somerset Assisted Living during their annual Halloween and PawFest celebration on October 21st. Families were invited to dress up their pets for the parade and residents judged the best dressed animal. All pet participants received a prize! Everyone