What fun at Assisted Living Week  2021

Assisted Living Week 2021 Assisted Living Week 2021 was a outstanding success! Assisted Living Week is an annual week where we celebrate our associates, their hard work and dedicaion and their relationships with our residents.  The week starts with Grandparents day on Sunday where our communities celebrate with our families and residents. and then goes into…

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COVID-19 Update from Senior Living Management

July 23, 2021 Dear Friends, Families, Residents and Associates of Senior Living Management Properties, As we navigate this public health emergency, we hope to do so together, by consistently communicating openly with our residents and families. As you are likely aware, Incidences of COVID-19 are on the rise. At Senior Living Management, as our primary…

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EASTER CELEBRATION AT SAVANNAH GRAND OF AMELIA ISLAND

Nothing says “holiday celebration” like a room full of your favorite people. On Sunday, March 27th, Savannah Grand of Amelia Island hosted their annual Easter event in Fernandina Beach, Florida, where residents were surrounded by their treasured friends and family. Everyone enjoyed all the holiday traditions including a day of companionship, laughs, and of course, an Easter…

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DIFFERENCES BETWEEN INDEPENDENT AND ASSISTED LIVING COMMUNITIES

Since families are many times confused by the choices that are available for their loved ones, I’m often asked to explain the differences between an independent living rental community and an assisted living rental community. Some communities may offer all three types of living accommodations –independent, assisted living and memory support as does The Peninsula.…

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VALUE OF REMINISCING

A popular Saturday afternoon activity at The Peninsula is our Reminiscing Group.  Our residents look forward to these group discussions which offer an opportunity to talk about their past and learn about others. Reminiscing is a great way to recall positive memories from the past.  Seniors may feel isolated from their identity as they age. …

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