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Residents in Independent Living Can Now See a Doctor Without Leaving Home

By Helen Kelly | April 14, 2020

St. George Village is pleased to offer our North and South Village residents the opportunity to schedule telemedicine appointments with primary care physician Dr. Charles Clopton. Telemedicine allows the doctor to virtually see patients via technological device (computer, tablet or smartphone), and will be another important tool in keeping our community safe and healthy, especially […]

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Technology Keeps Families in the Loop During COVID

By Helen Kelly | April 9, 2020

As a result of COVID-19, many family events and gatherings have been delayed or undergone changes to comply with social distancing guidelines. Although SGV resident Sally Fullerton was unable to attend granddaughter Caroline’s wedding this past weekend (only 10 people were present), she was able to enjoy some photos from the event via cell phone. […]

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COVID UPDATE: April 2, 2020

By Helen Kelly | April 2, 2020

As of April 2, 2020, St. George Village remains free of COVID-19 and the flu. Our goal is to maintain this status with the implementation of new measures, whenever possible, to help in this important cause. Due to the continuing outbreak of COVID-19 and our ongoing review of information from the CDC, Regional C Coalition, […]

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Take-Out is Part of Our New Routine

By Helen Kelly | April 1, 2020

With social distancing measures in force, our dining services staff continues to serve up tasty meals on a to-go basis. Residents can place their orders for lunch and dinner ahead of time and then pick up their selections, neatly packaged, at the Bistro.

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Keepin’ It Clean

By Helen Kelly | March 31, 2020

Members of our hard-working housekeeping staff were on their hands and knees most of the day yesterday, detailing the molding and trim throughout the bistro and auditorium areas including the Featured Artist hallway. Thank you for all you are doing to keep the St. George Village clean and safe for everyone!

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Honoring Our COVID-19 Heroes

By Helen Kelly | March 31, 2020

We are so grateful for every resident and member of our staff at St. George Village, especially right now! Our hard-working care partners are dedicated to ensuring the well-being of all residents not only during the COVID crisis, but every single day. And our residents have been pitching in and doing their part to keep […]

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Using Technology for Social Distancing

By Helen Kelly | March 23, 2020

Social distancing doesn’t mean we can’t find creative ways to stay in touch with our families and friends on the outside, as well as with our neighbors on the inside! FaceTime and Skype are a great way to have face-to-face communication while following social distancing protocol. P.S. Our residents are tech-savvy!

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What a beautiful day for a cookout

What a beautiful day for a cookout!

By St. George Village | October 10, 2019

Wellington Court residents enjoyed a menu of hamburgers, hot dogs, coleslaw, watermelon, baked beans and banana pudding while soaking up a bit of sunshine on the veranda overlooking a beautiful waterfall! These family fun events are scheduled throughout the spring and summer months for all Wellington Court residents. Family members of residents were encouraged to join […]

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Well Worth It: Stay Fit, Stay Healthy

By St. George Village | October 10, 2019

Fitness plays a vital role in health and overall wellness, regardless of our age. But people who stay fit and active are more likely to experience fewer health problems — both physically and mentally — as they age. The wellness program at St. George Village is one of the many ways the community supports the […]

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Vitamin D is Crucial to Your Overall Health and Well-Being

By St. George Village | October 10, 2019

Recent studies show that bone and teeth health, as well as breast, colon and immune system health, can be improved simply by making sure you get enough vitamin D. Senior citizens, especially, can be affected by low levels of vitamin D. According to a study published in the Archives of International Medicine, an estimated 40-100 percent […]

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