We need your help to purchase buses for our residents.
When a bus means more than a ride
Driving around town, they might look like regular transportation buses. But to the residents of Good Samaritan Society – Communities of Olathe, they’re a lifeline. Many residents on our campuses no longer drive, but they still have places they need and want to get to.
So when our two 15-year-old buses recently began showing their age… Read Article
We are proud of our men and women in blue and thank them for their service! Seen below is Senior Living Manager, Tracey Torola, presenting Olathe Police Sargeant Bryan Hill a packet of thank you notes from both residents and staff of Cedar Lake Village expressing their appreciation. Also shown, is resident Charles Townley showing Sgt. Hill a book about the past sheriffs of Johnson County. We pray that all police officers everywhere are safe and respected by those they serve.… Read Article
Our CLV group, the Sew & Sews led by residents John and Dee Thomas, use their talents to help meet the practical, daily needs of others. This group truly demonstrates how to share comfort and compassion with those in need. Thank you to our Sew & Sews for all they are doing for others. Their many projects include hand-sewn totes to attach to walkers or wheelchairs; cobbler aprons for the CLV Memory Care community; eyeglass cases and small bags for safe keeping of hear… Read Article
The following poem was written by one of our very own resident poets, Beverly Rigler. She wrote about the resident handbook which is a reference guide for all of our residents, in particular, our new residents to help them become acquainted with our services and amenities when they first move in. Beverly is one of many of our talented residents. Enjoy!
The Resident Handbook
The Resident Handbook defines and describes... The “Housing with Services&rd… Read Article
Wednesday, April 6 2016 6:23 PM
Categorized In Well-being
The statistics are alarming. Twenty-five percent of people over age 60 have diabetes.
Many people think of diabetes as a disease that primarily affects the blood, but studies have shown that seniors with diabetes may experience greater cognitive impairment than their peers who do not have the disease.
During a severe episode of hypoglycemia, or low blood sugar, neurons and other brain cells may die, say researchers at the Unive… Read Article
Monday, March 28 2016 12:04 PM
Categorized In Well-being
A stroke. An accident. A debilitating disease.
There are many reasons why people become the primary caregivers for their loved ones.
And while becoming a caregiver is not a role that any of us hopes for, it’s a role that many have taken on. But that role can come with a lot of stress.
It is estimated that 43.5 million adults in the United States have provided unpaid care to an adult or a child in the past 12 months.
Of these inform… Read Article
Whether it’s because of retirement, or an empty nest, or a desire for something new, making the move to a senior living community is an exciting change.
As you begin your search for a senior living community to call home, here are four important things to consider:
1. Home maintenance
Maintenance-free living is a big appeal to senior living. Look for a community that will help you with the chores you most want to give up, like lawn … Read Article
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