Wellness is a comprehensive journey. To be well means to actively take care of the mind, body, and soul. Often, caring for one can lead to caring for another, but all three need support to achieve true health and longevity. We’re not saying that every hour...

This June, Park Springs welcomed a fashion show orchestrated by the Park Springs Women’s Forum. The fashion show, dubbed “a party with purpose”, was a fundraiser for the Park Springs Foundation, our program committed to helping assist the needs of our dedicated staff. The Women’s...

The sun’s out and spring is finally in full swing! At Park Springs, there are so many opportunities to enjoy the season. Here are a few of our favorites. 1. Join a club – The great outdoors are calling on you to join one of our...

In an article published by Metro Atlanta CEO on April 9, Andy Isakson discusses the “Sentinels of Legacy” mural. Created by South Carolina artist Tarleton Blackwell, the mural reflects the community’s innovative relationship-based model in health care. “At Park Springs we are concerned about not only...

  An article in Pioneer Network’s April 3 newsletter discusses art’s impact on legacy and features Park Springs’ “Sentinels of Legacy” mural. “Art plays an important role in establishing legacy and in enhancing the community’s physical environment,” the article states. “Featured prominently as you walk toward the...

Starla Gleaton joined Park Springs on October 1, 2018. She brings over 14 years of long-term care and skilled nursing experience to her role as the Administrator of Health Services. Starla received a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology in 2002 from Brewton-Parker College. She entered long-term care...

Don’t let the chilly weather keep you out of the water! Park Springs has a heated indoor pool that’s perfect for winter water lovers. Members who enjoy an aquatic twist to physical fitness can participate in our weekly water aerobics class for an afternoon of...

Park Springs Members love to use the latest tech to connect with family and friends. This month, Members had the opportunity to attend an organizational meeting on iPhones to share their own knowledge about technology and learn from one another. We’re also incorporating voice recognition technology...

As the Registered Dietitian, I am regularly asked questions about healthy eating options. Suggestions from family or friends, as well as the infromation from the mainstream Media, can make these choices seem difficult. You may have read the most current information, but the advice may...

By Dr. Margaret White Recent research provided by Duke University tells us that seniors are living healthier in mind and body as they age. They are also living longer. According to US Census Bureau, the projected population in 2050 for those 65 and older is estimated...