Community News The Gardens at Eastside Wins 2022 Pinnacle Award
We are ecstatic to share that The Gardens at Eastside has won a 2022 Pinnacle Customer Experience Award for providing a superior customer experience for our residents.
Senior Living Options Infographic: Senior Living Options in Greenville, SC
When it comes to senior living, the options can seem endless. We created this chart to help you understand the different levels of care, and identify which best fits your or your loved one's needs.
Gardens at Eastside, Community News, Staff Spotlight Cheers to the Years at The Gardens at Eastside!
The Gardens at Eastside recently celebrated our tenured team members with a staff luncheon and recognition ceremony. Team members share why they love being part of the Arbor Family in the video below. We can't thank them enough for helping to make this a great place to live and work!
Gardens at Eastside, senior living communities The Gardens at Eastside Wins Caring Stars 2022 Award
The Gardens at Eastside is proud to be selected as a Caring.com Caring Stars 2022 winner for Best Senior Living Community! Caring Stars is a national program recognizing service excellence in senior living and in-home care, based on consumer ratings and reviews in the Caring.com senior care directory.
Assisted living, Floor Plan Options Discover Our Favorite Assisted Living Floor Plans
At our Arbor communities, we frequently talk with seniors and their families about their questions and concerns regarding a move to assisted living. Understandably, before making this big change, people want to know about what it might cost, what kinds of therapies are available, and what seniors can do to keep their minds and bodies active in assisted living communities. We are always happy to have these conversations, and our years of experience and genuine love for what we do help us provide answers that put our future residents’ and their loved ones’ minds at ease.
Assisted living, Dementia, Dementia Care 14 Dementia Resources in Greenville, South Carolina
Greenville is a great place to live, with beautiful autumns, warm summers, and temperate winters. Many residents enjoy an outdoor lifestyle of fishing and swimming, while others relish the exceptional shopping and dining of this growing city. If you’re caring for a loved one with dementia, however, it can be difficult to take advantage of all that Greenville has to offer. Caregiving is a profound way to show your love for a senior, but it can also be demoralizing and exhausting. The following resources can help you and your loved one find your way through the challenges of dementia.
Dementia Care How Dementia Care at The Gardens Is Different
Currently, there are more than 5 million Americans living with Alzheimer’s or another form of dementia. When a senior loved one is diagnosed with dementia, it is important to take time to process your feelings and understand what to expect. After the initial adjustment, however, you’ll likely want to start looking for support for your loved one.
Assisted living, Dementia, Dementia Care 10 Tips On Transitioning A Loved One To Dementia Care in Greenville, SC
Transitions of any kind can be emotional, no matter your age. However, when you add a complicating factor like memory loss, a transition can be especially worrisome. If you are planning on transitioning a loved one to dementia care in Greenville, South Carolina, you can make the move a bit easier by planning ahead, working with community members, and keeping communication strong.
Assisted living, Assisted Living FAQs 5 FAQs About Assisted Living in Greenville, SC
Greenville County is, by population, the largest county in South Carolina, with an estimated 523,542 residents as of July 2019. More than 16 percent of that population comprises adults aged 65 or older. Some members of this demographic are proud lifelong Greenville residents; others chose to retire to Greenville because of its temperate climate and wide variety of attractions and activities.
Dementia Care How to Help Your Loved One Move to a Dementia Care Community in Greenville, SC
When your loved one is living with Alzheimer’s disease or another type of dementia, regular life tasks can become more challenging for you and for them. This challenge carries over for more complex tasks, such as any type of transition. When it is time to move to dementia care, the transition should be handled with as much care, planning, and compassion as possible in order to make it a success.