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Royal Palms Active Retirement
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Caregiver responsibilities can be an important, yet difficult, conversation to have with your siblings. Make sure your family is prepared by reading our newest blog: http://bit.ly/2vpcqdJ #caregiver
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Our new resident spotlight is on Dale. Dale is a longtime member of the University of Minnesota family, and as a 93 year old, he’s writing the history of U of M’s School of Veterinary Medicine. Watch the full story in our new video: http://bit.ly/2IuMv5V #UMN
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We’re so lucky to be part of your lives! Happy #StPatricksDay!
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This Patrick’s Day, meet Sylvia. She orchestrated the St. Patrick’s Day Extravaganza for Sioux Falls, and still helps out with it to this day. While she may have started it for the city she loves, it’s purpose goes far deeper than a fun parade. Watch her story in our new blog: http://bit.ly/2Iy1bSL
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Maintaining your heart health is one of the most important things you can do to stay healthy and feel great. Thanks to these tips from our resident Health Service Director, you can do just that! http://bit.ly/2DsnF3H #HeartHealth #Heart
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Giving back has been a way of life for Janet, the founder of the “Twisted Stitchers” knitting and crocheting group. “It’s a good feeling when you go to bed at night that you can look back and say, ‘I accomplished this.’ It was a good day.” http://bit.ly/2Fdc3qi
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As an independent living resident, Sylvia’s favorite part of the week is the time she spends volunteering in the memory care area of her community. “I’m actually probably getting more out of it than they are. I love the joy on their faces.”
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Happy #ValentinesDay, everyone!
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Leroy may be 104 years old, but he is an active member of his senior living community. “He’s well-known for being a centenarian, but around here, we just know him as the kind man with a great smile and a sense of humor to match.”
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Caregiver guilt is one of the most common and natural emotions you can experience when moving a loved one into a senior living community. Although you might not be able to avoid feeling guilty, there are ways to cope with these emotions when they arise.
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