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Aging Issues: Part Three “What to Save- What to Share” by Lorene Burkhart, Resident Blogger

Third in a series of articles about the trauma of downsizing and making decisions about what to Save and what to Share. Facing a lifetime accumulation of your “treasures” is daunting but doing it while still in good health makes the process much easier. After making the big decisions – where to move and what [...]

By |June 22nd, 2016|Community|Comments Off on Aging Issues: Part Three “What to Save- What to Share” by Lorene Burkhart, Resident Blogger

Cascades Verdae Attests to Meeting National Senior Living Standards

Cascades Verdae, a premier retirement community in Greenville, S.C., has attested to meeting Argentum’s Phase 1 quality standards. “By attesting that Cascades Verdae meets Argentum's Phase 1 standards, we are demonstrating to our members and their families our commitment to quality service, purpose-based programming and self-regulation,” said Executive Director Andy Clements. Introduced by Argentum in January 2016, [...]

By |April 29th, 2016|Uncategorized|Comments Off on Cascades Verdae Attests to Meeting National Senior Living Standards

Cascades Verdae Hires Kelly Cardinale as Resident Care Coordinator

Cascades Verdae, a premier luxury retirement community in Greenville, S.C., is pleased to announce the hire of Kelly Cardinale as their new resident care coordinator. In her new role, Cardinale will implement standards of resident care on a 24-hour basis in the assisted living and memory care at the community. She will oversee nursing aspects [...]

By |April 19th, 2016|Uncategorized|Comments Off on Cascades Verdae Hires Kelly Cardinale as Resident Care Coordinator

SHARING OR SAVING; SECOND IN A SERIES ABOUT AGING ISSUES by Lorene Burkhart – Resident Blogger

We previously discussed making the decision to downsize acknowledging that it can be a gut-wrenching experience. Now that the decision has been made, it’s time to tackle the distribution of a lifetime accumulation of furnishings, accessories, books, clothing, kitchen equipment – just about everything except the items you have selected to move with you to [...]

By |April 18th, 2016|Community|Comments Off on SHARING OR SAVING; SECOND IN A SERIES ABOUT AGING ISSUES by Lorene Burkhart – Resident Blogger

Aging Issues: Part One by Lorene Burkhart, Resident Blogger

As the clock ticks and the eighth decade approaches, elderly individuals and their families realize that painful decisions are on the horizon.  Singles may be experiencing loneliness.   One or both parents may be having health issues.  Home maintenance may be increasingly difficult.  All of these contribute to family discussions regarding relocation.  If the elderly parent [...]

By |March 31st, 2016|Community, Events, Healthcare, Members|Comments Off on Aging Issues: Part One by Lorene Burkhart, Resident Blogger