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Henry Everett is one of ten Park Springs Members who are volunteering to deliver meals, groceries, and basic supplies to other Members across the campus who may not be able to get out of their homes easily. “I’m more able than some and wanted to...

As you look to the future, are you thinking about ways to stay happy, healthy, and connected? Aging in a community can be a perfect solution for many seniors, and there are ways to tailor your options to your needs. Read on to learn more...

Emily Strickland has been promoted to the position of Lifestyle Services Supervisor for Health Services at Park Springs. She will now oversee and create an activity program for Pebblebrook and Cobblestone with the goal of increasing sense of purpose and enhancing quality of life for...

Introducing Springs News, Park Springs quarterly newsletter. Inside, you'll find the latest news about what our Members and staff are up to. CLICK HERE to Download our Newsletter...

Park Springs resident Rocco Yervasi has a unique family history. The Kingdom of Italy still existed when his father was born in 1896, and one Duke reigned from Naples all the way south. When the Duke needed a houseboy and playmate for his son, he...

Pebblebrook’s Memory Care program, cosponsored by Golden Rule Hospice, hosted a wonderful Sip and Paint event for Pebblebrook Members and their family. We had many Members showcase their artistic talents, and everyone got to enjoy a wonderful meal all together. This was a great activity...

We're so grateful for the relationships built between Members of Park Springs and our caring staff. Mr. Pink Nunnally, a World War I veteran who was stationed in France, lives at our Pebblebrook facility. One of our staff nurses, Nurse Viola, connected with Mr. Nunnally...

Every day more research is being released that shows the positive effect that learning has on the health and longevity of the brain. Learning a new study, using critical reasoning, and step-by-step sequencing are 3 key brain functions that schooling easily incorporates and exercises. And...

The start of a new year and a new decade calls for a celebration! And, it also begs the question “how can I make this year, this decade, even better than the last?” There are a number of ways this can be accomplished here at...

This blog post has been guest written by Teresa Greenhill of Mental Health For Seniors Photo Credit: Pexels.com When people retire, they ideally make the most of their golden years. They have more time to spend with family and friends, and more energy for travel and hobbies....