Park Springs Blog

November is National Alzheimer's Awareness Month. So, we’d like to share some recent statistics about this disease and how our specialized care helps reduce the burden of adult children or caregivers who are facing an Alzheimer's diagnosis in their family. According to an Alzheimer's Association Report...

Thanks to the efforts of major breast cancer awareness campaigns over the past 35 years, most Americans know that October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. But many older women may not be aware of some of the most current statistics, risk factors, warning signs, and...

See the latest news about what our Members and staff in the Fall 2021 volume of Live Park Springs, our quarterly newsletter. CLICK HERE to Download Our Newsletter or visit our newsletter page to view past issues. ...

After a year of adjusting to healthcare during the COVID-19 pandemic, we are now moving away from virtual visits and getting back to in-person visits with our primary care physicians (PCPs) in the office. General health maintenance visits are important, especially for the aging woman,...

One of the challenges of growing older is how much harder it is to maintain a close social network. Neighbors move away, health needs intensify, and mobility issues make it difficult to get out––these and other age-related changes can lead to isolation, loneliness, and depression. On...

Aging Topic celebrated National Dog Day by sharing research regarding the benefits of dog ownership for seniors that was provided by Isakson Living’s Park Springs and Peachtree Hills Place communities. Some of the fido-friendly facts shared include: A study in The Journal of Physical Activity...

Linked Senior’s #ActivitiesStrong Executive Edition featured Isakson Living COO Donna Moore on a webinar where she shared lessons on how to create a mission-driven organization with a culture that empowers employees to be their best and provide person-directed care each and every day, even –...

There’s a reason we love pets here at Park Springs––they’re good for our Members! In Independent Living, we welcome cats and dogs of all sizes, even larger dogs. From the walking paths throughout our 61-acre campus to the longer trails right next door at Stone...