We know many of you are concerned about the spread of COVID-19 (the new coronavirus) and how it may impact us here. During this unprecedented time, there is nothing more important to us than the health and well-being of the people who live and work at our communities and that guides all of our decisions.
While you may not want to think about the possibility of a natural disaster or other emergency situation, it’s always a good idea to be prepared. For seniors who live on their own, disaster preparedness is even more important. In the event of a flood, earthquake, prolonged power outage, or other disaster, help may be
Did you get a chance to visit with family this holiday season? With all the hustle and bustle of planning family gatherings, you may not have had time to reflect on the health and wellbeing of your older relatives. Were they behaving in a way that’s different from usual? Changes in behavior can often indicate
Anyone who currently lives with a furry friend like a dog or cat already knows that having a relationship with an animal brings all sorts of rewards with it, and that’s not just our opinion; multiple published studies have backed up the idea that owning a pet can provide much-needed companionship, can be good for
On October 17, 2019 Summerset Senior Living of Rancho Cordova hosted resident seniors and guests to our harvest themed 5th Year Anniversary Hoedown. Our event was recently featured in the Rancho Cordova Independent.
For many seniors, “aging in place” can provide the freedom and comfort they desire in their golden years. Unfortunately, that freedom can be a double edged sword; living alone can raise important safety concerns, especially when it comes to falls. Falling down in the home may not seem that dangerous but it’s actually the leading