Watermark was recently featured on Senior Housing News in the article Dished: Hot New Trends in Memory Care published on July 25th, 2017. To view the article, please click here. Unintentional weight loss and unhealthy meals like chicken nuggets, fish sticks and French fries, all lacking any nutritional value, are a thing of the past. […]
Category: On Aging
Thrive Dining™ is a revolutionary dining program designed to restore the dignity and enjoyment of mealtime for individuals with cognitive or physical challenges. Thrive Dining™ features Watermark Communities’ Chef recipes and high quality, freshly prepared gourmet menu items, transformed into incredibly tasty, nutritionally balanced, protein packed meals. Watermark Chefs start by using the Grind Dining “patent-pending” […]
We are thrilled to announce that we have received outstanding national coverage for our Veterans Life Lessons initiative in the Healthy Aging Magazine, published on November 11th, 2016. To read the original article, please click here. Celebrating Our Veterans Around the U.S. Watermark Retirement Communities Shares Vet Words of Wisdom From practical, lifesaving advice, “You […]
Throughout its nearly 30 year history, Watermark has sought ways, large and small, to enhance the well-being of our residents and associates. Success is mostly measured in the strong and durable relationships between residents and associates that bring with them trust, comfort and more than a bit of warm fun. Particularly in our Memory Care […]
We would like to send out a huge Thank You to all those who care for our friends in Assisted Living. A special thanks to our awesome staff at Vintage Hills! Your care and dedication makes a difference in the lives of our residents and families. You are the best!
Vintage Hills hosted a pancake breakfast fund raiser for the Alzheimer’s Association on July 18th. The Indianola Morning Lions Club members prepared the pancakes and sausages. Pictured here is Stephanie Gerleman, Marketing Director.
Imagine getting up every morning with achy feet, numb hands, blurry vision and too noisy people outside your door. Now add a caretaker telling you to put your clothes on and to get ready for breakfast – and to do it quickly. People with dementia experience both mental and physical limitations and a new simulation […]
Not even sure what questions to ask? Take a look at this article from the Alzheimer’s Association on the Ten Early Signs and Symptoms of Alzheimer’s. The Alzheimer’s Association and their website www.alz.org is an invaluable resource for anybody with questions about memory related disease. Vintage Hills of Indianola’s Memory Care program borrows traditions from […]
Physical inactivity increases the risk of coronary heart disease. Luckily, this is a modifiable risk factor and improving it is as easy as going for a walk most days of the week. One of the most effective forms of exercise to achieve heart health is walking. Walking does not require any special skills. It is […]