Monoclonal Antibody Therapy to Treat COVID-19: Now Available for Our Residents in the Comfort of their Home at Residences Senior Living

We are working hard 24/7 to keep all of our residents safe from COVID-19. However, for those residents who may contract the virus and get sick, we will now be able to provide, under Doctor’s orders, Monoclonal Antibody Therapy in the comfort of their home with us at Residences Senior Living via our partnership with…

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Happy Veterans Day!

Veteran’s Day has always been acknowledged as a special day for all residents who bravely served the armed forces. This year we would like to share with you a special story and cherished memory of Lt. Colonel Arthur Vos written by Ruth Buikema. “As long as I can remember, my Dad has served his country.…

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CALL. YOUR. MOM. 10 Ways to Keep in Touch without Touching

If you and your family, like many others, are socially distancing from one another to protect a loved one who is elderly or immunocompromised, there are other ways to stay connected! While it is painful and stressful to be separated from the ones we love, quarantining and self-isolating has created an amazing opportunity for us…

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Strategies to Manage Stress Related Anxiety

With life’s day to day stress, anxiety can be at an all-time high.  It is important to manage stress related anxiety in a positive manner. Our stress can affect us and those around us, so finding ways to cope is really important.  Without addressing anxiety, physical health can often be affected leading to a decreased…

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The Connection Between Heart Health and Vascular Dementia

Heart health overall is important and can lead to many other complications if not maintained. It is important to keep a healthy blood pressure, incorporate exercise into your health regimen, keep cholesterol within a normal range and a heart healthy diet inclusive of fruits, vegetables, whole grains, good fats and low sodium. What is Vascular…

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The Good News about Stroke

Residences at Deer Creek recently hosted a seminar by Neurologist Sarah Song, MD, MPH, FAHA, FAAN, Associate Professor in the Section of Cerebrovascular Disease, in the Department of Neurological Sciences, of Rush University Medical Center. Dr. Song specializes in the study, prevention, and treatment of stroke. Her message by and large was that stroke is…

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Preserving Memories When Making a Move

Moving is a part of life. At one season or another in our lives, most people have moved out of their homes and created a new home elsewhere. What is always astounding is no matter how long you have lived somewhere it is easy to accumulate a lot of stuff. Clothing, trinkets, boxes and books…

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