Senior Hobbies Senior-Friendly Hobbies for Summer
Summer is quickly approaching! Anticipating this season may mean different things for different people — maybe you smile, imagining soaking in the vitamin D and sipping sweet tea, or maybe you’re dreading the South Carolina heat and making sure your AC is fully functional. Whether you’re ready for fun in the sun or more into indoor activities to beat the heat, there’s something on this list for you!
Community News Our Residents and Staff Honored Heroes on Memorial Day
As a grateful nation saluted the men and women who gave their lives for our freedom, Eden Terrace of Spartanburg decorated the Assisted Living and Evergreen memory care neighborhoods with American flags, and residents received poppies for their lapels, along with Memorial Day puzzles and copies of the poem “Freedom is Not Free” by Kelly Strong. Residents enjoyed a cookout-style lunch prior to an afternoon commemoration that featured a moment of silence and the playing of “Taps.”
Senior Resources Senior Resources Near Spartanburg
Whether you’ve lived in Spartanburg for many years or have recently retired to the area, you’ve likely fallen in love with the city’s beauty and Southern hospitality. But you may not be aware of how much in Spartanburg is available to seniors specifically. Read on to learn about some of the senior resources and opportunities Spartanburg has to offer!
Assisted living 7 Crafts That Say ‘I Love You' for Seniors This Valentine's Day
Valentine’s Day is a great excuse to shower your favorite people with love — and there’s no reason that love should be limited to romantic partners. If you have a senior loved one in assisted living or dementia care, take some time this Valentine’s Day to show them you’re thinking of them with a handmade gift. These are some of our favorite crafts for saying “I love you” to a senior loved one without breaking the bank.
Community News Miss SC Relives Glory in Christmas Parade
This holiday season, Martha Hines, a resident of Eden Terrace of Spartanburg, participated in a program call Second Wind Dreams, dedicated to helping seniors recreate special moments in their lives. In 1955, Martha was crowned Miss South Carolina. Sixty-two years later, she was treated once again like royalty in the Spartanburg Christmas Parade, riding in a classic car and wearing a tiara.