Approximately 30 seniors remembered the life of Princess Diana on the anniversary of her death. They enjoyed an afternoon tea on August 31st, 2017 at Spring Hills Cherry Hill Assisted Living. Everyone channeled her inner Princess Diana while enjoying high tea, tea sandwiches and scones. The residents talked about the princess’s
From easing symptoms of memory loss to encouraging happiness and social interaction, pets play a large role in the well-being of senior dementia patients. Learn more about the benefits of animal assisted therapy.
It isn’t uncommon for many seniors to be in denial about their dementia, only adding to the stress and pain of its symptoms. Discover how to address Anosognosia in dementia with help from Spring Hills.
This article was originally published on Senior Housing Forum The big, the huge, the massive, technology problem that every single senior living community faces is massively simple and at the same time hugely complex. Does any given technology actually make things better? Too often, what happens is that a company
The residents at Spring Hills Middletown Assisted Living had a great time watching the 2017 Solar Eclipse . Armed with the proper watching glasses, they were joined by staff, visitors and volunteers who all got into the spirit of the scientific wonder! Check out more photos from this viewing of the
Spring Hills Hunter’s Creek and Singing Woods Assisted Livings received Excellence in Action awards from NRC Health. This honor, awarded exclusively to NRC Health post-acute clients, recognizes organizations that achieve the highest overall resident or employee satisfaction scores in the NRC Health database, the largest source of long-term care and
This article was originally published on NJ.com Vets ride into the wild blue SUSSEX — Veterans living at Spring Hills Somerset and Morristown Assisted Living communities were treated, along with their families, to rides in an open-cockpit airplane at Sussex Airport on Aug. 8, courtesy of the Ageless Aviation Dreams Foundation.
This article was originally published on The Star-Ledger August 17, 2017 Vets ride into the wild blue By Greg Hatala SUSSEX — Veterans living at Spring Hills Somerset and Morristown Assisted Living communities were treated, along with their families, to rides in an open-cockpit airplane at Sussex Airport on Aug.