Month: December 2022
When someone in your family is diagnosed with dementia, it affects everyone. While adults have an easier time understanding dementia, it can be very difficult for children and younger people to grasp what’s happening to someone they love. You may be struggling with how to explain it, what you should and should not tell them,… Continue reading Helping Children Understand Dementia
United Methodist Communities is proud to introduce UMC MVP, a new way to recognize our amazing housing associates! Each month, we will pick associates who spread kindness and go above and beyond in the community. This month, we have chosen JoAnne Goosby. JoAnne is a team player and very creative. Congratulations JoAnne!
Each month, we will pick associates who go above and beyond in the community for UMC MVP. This month, in honor of Worldwide Food Safety Service Month, we’d like to highlight Ksenia Schneider! Ksenia is definitely one of a kind, full of personality and spunk! Congratulations!
The universal power of music is very well-known. Indeed, many of us are music lovers and can attest to its power. Think about how you feel when you hear your favorite song, or when you hear a piece of music that truly moves you. Music elicits a range of emotions, thoughts, and feelings within us,… Continue reading Is Music Beneficial For Seniors?
If mom has just moved into assisted living, she may be wondering how the holidays are going to be this year. While it’s safe to say that things are going to be different, that doesn’t mean it’s going to be any less special. Even if her new space is much smaller, one thing you can… Continue reading Christmas Decorating Ideas for Assisted Living Apartments