Reading Time: 2 minutes As we age, what our bodies require can shift. This includes the types of vitamins we consume, and how much we consume. Having a nutrient or vitamin deficiency as an older adult can cause significant effects on overall health and wellbeing.
Reading Time: < 1 minute Woodland Ridge‘s Employee of the Month for February 2020 is Nadine Mfegue. Nadine is from Cameroon and grew up in a family as the oldest of seven.
Reading Time: < 1 minute Woodland Ridge’s Resident of the Month for February 2020 is Jean! Ms. Jean was born in Ashville, North Carolina, but her family moved to Erwin, Tennessee, where she remembers growing up with her two sisters.
Reading Time: 7 minutes Caring for a loved one can be a gratifying endeavor, but can also be a long-term and challenging stressor. Stress in caring for a loved one can build over the years and cause one to question the ability to care for a family member whose symptoms might never improve. It is important to recognize when Read More
Reading Time: 2 minutes Woodland Ridge’s Resident of the Month for January 2020 is Glenn! Glenn is originally from Quincy, Massachusetts, and grew up in a family with two brothers and one sister.
Reading Time: < 1 minute Woodland Ridge‘s Employee of the Month for January 2020 is Carl McClellan. Carl is originally from St. Louis, Missouri.
Reading Time: 2 minutes It can be difficult to tell how your senior parents are managing at home if you live at a distance from them. The holidays are the perfect time to reunite with family and friends, but it can also be the ideal time to check in on your parents and assess their home life.
Reading Time: < 1 minute Each year we take the time to recognize one employee who truly represents the heart behind our mission at Woodland Ridge. This year, we are excited to announce that our 2019 Employee of the Year is Oscar Galvez, our dedicated and hard-working Director of Maintenance.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Woodland Ridge‘s Resident of the Month for December is Elizabeth. Ms. Elizabeth grew up in Youngstown, Ohio, and was the middle child of three sisters.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Understanding and recognizing depression, especially in seniors, can be difficult. With over 300 million people worldwide showing symptoms of depression, it is a widespread problem, yet it continues to endure unyielding stigmatization.