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It’s officially spring; summer is just around the corner! 

April is the perfect time of year to get outside and seek new adventure. Your community is a great resource for finding new hobbies and exploring the outdoors; discover activities you haven’t yet experienced by looking into the local workshops or excursions. Better health can be achieved by making small life changes.  Breathing the fresh air of new activities, new friends, and the outdoors, is a great way to revitalize the body and mind!

What spring or summer activity are you most looking forward to?  Reach out to your local community to find out or comment below with your ideas!
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Stay Active and Get Involved in Your New Home

It is important that you stay active and involved in your new senior living environment. This is a great time in life to make new friends, get involved in activities that you did not have time for in your pre retirement years and enjoy life. Here are some ideas to help get you more involved after getting settled in your new home.

Start Small: Rome wasn't built in a day. You do not have to change everything. Just start with something. Do something little today that is different than yesterday.
Do Something You Enjoy: This time of your life is meant for you to do things that you truly enjoy and want to do. Remember that  list of places you wanted to see? Maybe a list of books you wanted to read? Take some time for you.
Meet Someone New: There are many new faces in your home. Take some time to really get to know them. You just might make a new friend.

These are just a few ideas to get your started. What have you done recently to mix up your new lifestyle?
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Thanksgiving is a holiday that has many different family traditions that seniors and their families hold dear. Our residents may even learn a new tradition or two by participating in group activities, crafts or just socializing with friends and family members to share what they are thankful for this season.

It is also a reminder to reflect on the ongoing support of our community and our ability to provide warm, welcoming, and compassionate care for our residents. Comment with what you’re thankful for this season!
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Foods that help you sleep - what foods to eat and to avoid before bedtime.
 
As we age sleep patterns can change. If you ever have a hard time falling asleep consider what food you are eating in the latter part of the day. Here are a few foods with nutrients and vitamins to help you get a full nights rest. 
    
Fruits – Replace high sugar desserts with a small amount of naturally sweet fruit. Try a spoonful of peanut butter on a Banana, mangoes or kiwis if you have a sweet tooth. 
Complex Carbohydrates – Magnesium rich whole grains like oatmeal, cereal, popcorn, jasmine rice, whole-grain crackers and sweet potato.
Lean Protein – An egg on whole-grain toast, beans, greens, lean turkey or fish (especially salmon, halibut and tuna) are satisfying and will help you sleep.  
Healthy Fats – Avocados, peanut butter and other nuts such as walnuts, almonds, cashews and pistachios.
Drinks – Stay away from caffeinated beverages in the evenings and stay hydrated with water throughout the day. Before bed relax with a cup of warm milk or decaffeinated herbal teas like chamomile or peppermint with optional valerian root. 

If you have had success with something different please share it with us! 
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Looking for the benefits of living in a #seniorliving community?

There are many advantages of making the move into a #seniorliving community. Consider the following: 

* Friends and social interactions are important for everyone and are fostered in a community.  
* Help with chores and housekeeping can be a huge relief from the required maintenance owning or renting a own home requires.  
* You can take the opportunity to downsize and keep what is truly important.
* You can have fun with planned and spontaneous recreational activities and classes.
* You’ll enjoy having to spend less time in the kitchen cooking with nutritional prepared meals. 
* Transportation services provide convenient trips to the store and more.
* Senior living options also offer the comfort and security of having help nearby if needed. 

Contact us for more information on the benefits our senior living community will provide you!
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Moving a loved one into a Rehabilitation community can be a big event. Visiting your family or friend and letting them know you care is an important part of fostering a continued relationship. Consider sending cards, family photos or favorite treats when you cannot visit in person. Contact our office for detailed visitor information and ideas on the best ways to keep in touch! 
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There is never a better time to focus on your health than at the beginning of a new year! Start 2014 on the right foot by forming healthy habits to live stronger and thrive. Click below for 10 easy tips:

1) Quit smoking and lower your risk of cancer, stroke, and heart failure. 
2) Keep active. Do something to keep fit each day!
3) Eat well; Many diseases can be prevented  or controlled with a healthy diet.
4) Maintain a healthy weight and lower your risk of many diseases.
5) Prevent falls by keeping paths clear, using night-lights, and wearing shoes for stability.
6) Stay up-to-date on immunizations and other health screenings. 
7) Prevent skin cancer - stay in the shade or wear protective clothing; skin becomes thinner and more sensitive as we age.
8) Get regular dental, vision and hearing checkups. 
9) Manage stress. Make time for friends and fun, and learn the powerful role of positive thinking.
10) Try a senior yoga, pilates, or other fitness class!

Comment with your favorite healthy habit!
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Stay Safe this Winter!
Winter can be an especially dangerous time for those over 65. Here are some safety tips to keep you or your loved ones safe this winter. 
Avoid Slipping on Ice -With the colder weather comes snow and ice.  These conditions can lead to roads and sidewalks becoming slippery, and in turn cause hard falls.  These falls can be very dangerous to men and women over the age of 65, causing severe and long term injury.  Make sure to wear shoes or boots with good traction and non-skid soles, replace worn cane or walker tips, and stay inside until the roads and sidewalks are clear.
Fight the Winter Blues -Dangerous driving conditions means you or your loved ones may not be able to partake in all your usual activities or visit with friends and family. This can lead to feelings of loneliness and isolation. To fight these feelings family members can check in on seniors as often as possible.  A short phone call can make a big difference. You can also arrange a check-in system with neighbors, friends, or nearby relatives. 
Check the Car-Driving during the winter can be dangerous for everyone. Older people who may not drive as much as they used to are especially at risk. Please get your car serviced as soon as possible, or ask a family member to bring it to a garage for you. Have the technician check things like the oil, tires, battery, windshield wipers, and heating system.
Do you have any winter safety tips of your own? Include them in the comments below!
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Our senior living facilities focus is to provide our residents time to relax, recuperate, and rejuvenate. We help our residents by providing high quality services and amenities to make life enjoyable. Here are a few features you can expect at our facility:

* Professional and caring staff
* Full activity program
*On-site maintenance

Visit our website to learn more about our different services!
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Summer Heat Safety Tips
As we head into #summer, make sure to get out and soak up some sun! Be cautious and follow these helpful summer heat safety tips to have a safe and enjoyable season:

1) Stay hydrated! Drink a lot of non-alcoholic and non-caffeinated liquid.
2) Spend the day in air-conditioned buildings.
3) Arrange for transportation to your city or county’s cooling center if necessary.
4) Dress in loose-fitting clothing made of light fabrics such as cotton.
5) If you must be outdoors, stay in shaded areas near trees and/or water.
6) Keep an eye out for any symptoms of dehydration or heat stroke.

Dehydration can cause a broad range of symptoms, including:
- fever 
- disorientation 
- increased heart rate 
- loosening of skin 
- decreased kidney function and urination
- nausea and vomiting

Symptoms of heat stroke include:
- An extremely high body temperature (>103°F)
- Rapid, strong pulse
- Throbbing headache
- Confusion
- Nausea
- Red, hot, and dry skin
- Loss of consciousness 

We’d love to hear your favorite summer activities - share in a comment below! 

Keep safe and enjoy the warmer months ahead!
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We value feedback from our patients, their loved ones and the healthcare community. Here is some feedback we have received.
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Our team is made up of dedicated and passionate nursed equipped to care for your medical conditions. Santé of Mesa focuses on a tailored rehabilitation program that will allow you to return home in a safe and timely manner. We provide short term inpatient rehabilitation care. 
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5358 E Baseline Rd Mesa, AZ 85206
5358 East Baseline RoadUSArizonaMesa85206
(480) 630-3005santemesa.com
Rehabilitation Center, Physical Therapy ClinicToday 6:00 am – 7:00 pm
Monday 6:00 am – 7:00 pmTuesday 6:00 am – 7:00 pmWednesday 6:00 am – 7:00 pmThursday 6:00 am – 7:00 pmFriday 6:00 am – 7:00 pmSaturday 6:00 am – 7:00 pmSunday 6:00 am – 7:00 pm
Redefining Health Care RehabilitationSanté of Mesa is a deficiency-free, 5-Star property! We have just received a perfect survey for 2013!

Welcome to Santé of Mesa. We believe an illness or injury can be life changing to the mind, body and spirit. For that reason, we have designed our transitional rehabilitation center with the intention of treating the whole person. Our associates, environment, services and programs work with collective purpose and energy so that you, our guest, can rehabilitate, recharge and recommit to living your best life. We'd love for you to explore our property further and take our Virtual Tour.

We are passionate about service. Our focus is simple – treat others as we would like to be treated. Our guest service program is rooted in the best traditions of the hospitality industry. Associates pay special attention to listening because we understand you want and need to be heard, especially in a time of recovery from an illness or injury. We aspire to achieve your satisfaction and gain your loyalty.

At Santé of Mesa, we provide short term inpatient rehabilitation care. We do not provide nursing home, long term care, or assisted living services, but we work closely in the community to refer our guests to their most appropriate setting to gain back independence.

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Dave Makepeace
a month ago
My wife was here several weeks for rehabilitation of a shattered kneecap and we are very impressed by the facility, rehabilitation program, nursing and service personnel. Santé of Mesa is far above any other Medicare Approved Facility we have ever experienced. The nursing staff was wonderful (special appreciation for Teresa), the nurses aides were extremely responsive (special appreciation for Cinthia) and the restaurant servers were awesome (special appreciation for Richard, Mary, Cheyenne and Chef Steve). The restaurant is by far the best we have experienced in any hospital environment EVER! These folks go way above the average to provide the residents with a very good menu selection, lots of variety, attention to presentation and excellent quality of products used. It's quite amazing actually! One of the most notable services is the time of response by the nursing aides to the resident "Button" push for assistance. We recommend Santé of Mesa.
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Richard Hardy
8 months ago
Supurb, wonderful, out of four SNF I have been in this is the best I have seen. In all I have visited this is even better than ones my wife and friends have been to!!
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Babette B Nelson
5 months ago
Oh it looks great from the outside but you better be able to take care of yourself. My poor mother is there now, I've been looking for another place because she has been neglected, we both got food poisoning there. The only shower in 10 days since she was admitted was because she soiled her sheets vomiting, they don't come when you ask. She has a broken pelvis, can't move on her own, she's helpless. I've called asked when was the last time she got a pain med. Well unless she asks we don't ask her and it's been 2 days ago that she asked. Not true. They threw her soiled clothes after she messed her pants in her hamper with her other clothes that I take home to wash, without rinsing them out. Leave her sitting in her wheelchair so she won't get a bedsore far to long. She misses meals, you are on your own, she is dehydrated and malnourished, Very little personal care. If you are seriously injured, don't go there or hire a private duty nurse to come in and help you. It's more independent, you eat whenever you want to, other than that it's just nice looking.
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Danyel Campbell
a year ago
Absolutely beautiful building!! Amazing staff, and great food... what more could you dream of in a facility..