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    Is It Time for an Eye Exam? Signs You Might Need Help With Vision

    It's normal to experience some loss of vision as you get older, but that doesn't mean you have to live with it. Here are some examples of age-related vision issues, what you can do to help yourself and when to see the eye doctor.

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    5 Easy Activities That Burn a Few Calories

    Maintaining a healthy weight and lifestyle depends on both diet and exercise, and it's important to start with activities that fit your current fitness level. Try out these five easy activities and then repeat the ones you like several times over the course of a day, and you’ll be on your way to healthy weight and lifestyle management.

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    5 Times to Rely on God as an Older Adult

    God is our mainstay, our comfort and our support during good times and bad. And while God desires a relationship with us during all times, we may find it especially important to rely on God during very specific life events as older adults. Think about times you already draw closer to God, and check out this list to remember other times when God can be by your side during both difficulties and celebrations.

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    Beating the Heat and Staying Safe This Summer

    Summers in Springfield can really heat up, and as you age, it can be harder for your body to regulate itself to the heat. You can still enjoy the summer months, even spending significant time outdoors. You’ll just need to spend some time preparing yourself and brushing up on these tips for beating the heat and staying safe this summer.

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    What is Memory Care?

    Assisted living communities are terrific for giving seniors the ability to remain independent far longer than they may be able to do in a personal home setting. The time may come, however, when a greater level of care is necessary, whether it's because of physical ailments, the looming onset of Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia.

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    Meet our Health Services Director, Kirsten Eichner, RN and join us at our networking event!

    We’re excited to host a special networking event, Have Your Cake and Eat It Too, right here at The Gardens on Thursday, February 22nd, from 4:00-5:30PM. In addition to enjoying some sweet treats (which everyone deserves in the middle of winter), visitors will have the chance to meet and mingle with our senior care professionals, including our Executive Director Denise Eleiott and our Health Services Director, Kirsten Eichner, RN.We hope you’ll join us and find out more about our miss...

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    The Gardens Wins 2016 Best of the Ozarks Award for Assisted Living

    The Gardens is pleased to announced that our community was recently recognized at the 2016 News-Leader Best of the Ozarks awards ceremony. Based on the Springfield News-Leader’s annual reader’s poll, these prestigious awards recognize the people, places and things that make the Ozarks special.Readers voted The Gardens as Best Assisted Living in the Ozarks for the second year in a row, and for runner-up as the Best Retirement Community of the Ozarks. On Jan.

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    Meet Chef Ramon Carrizales and Mark Your Calendars for Our Culinary Event

    Home is where the heart is, yet as so many of us who love a good meal know, the quickest way to the heart can be through the stomach—or taste buds. Our culinary services team is dedicated to nourishing our residents, body and soul, with tasty, heart-healthy meals. To celebrate, we’re hosting a special “Caring is a Work of Heart” culinary event, and invite you to join us for a delicious meal and to learn about the benefits our residents receive from our nutritional st...

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    The Gardens Supported Several Local Organizations in 2016

    As part of a faith-based nonprofit organization, giving back to our community is important to all of us at The Gardens of Springfield. In 2016, we’re proud to have supported three key organizations in particular: CASA of Southwest Missouri, the Alzheimer’s Association’s Walk to End Alzheimer’s and the Breast Cancer Foundation of the Ozarks.“I am proud to give because these are great organizations to support,” said Denise Eleiott, executive director of The Gardens. “They each do tremendous work f...

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    The Gardens Springfield team member makes significant impact on residents dealing with memory change.

    Our very own Connie Dudley, Memory Care Director, is making a notable impact on the lives of our residents, while inspiring other staff to do the same! She is one of the many Bethesda Senior Living care givers training in Teepa Snow's POSITIVE APPROACH™ - a progressive therapy for helping seniors and their families recognize and manage the early signs of memory change. As Memory Care Director at Bethesda Gardens in Springfield, Connie Dudley is intent on empowering her team membe...

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    Strategically Build a Financial Plan for Your Next Phase of Life

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