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A Wise Choice Makes Living Well Affordable

By St. George Village | October 9, 2019

The current economy is a hot topic for everyone, but it’s a particular cause for concern among senior adults, who may wonder if their assets and income will sustain them throughout their lifetime. And what will happen if they eventually need assistance with daily life or full nursing care? Residents at St. George Village enjoy […]

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A New Approach to Alzheimer’s Care

A New Approach to Alzheimer’s Care

By St. George Village | October 9, 2019

Although Alzheimer’s disease is not a normal part of aging, the risk of developing the illness rises with advanced age. Current research from the National Institute on Aging indicates that the prevalence of Alzheimer’s disease doubles every five years beyond age 65. Residents of retirement communities that offer a full continuum of care have peace […]

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A Dairy Good Time

A Dairy Good Time

By St. George Village | October 9, 2019

It was all smooth mooooves and tasty treats when a group of St. George Village residents recently toured the Mayfield Dairy facility in Braselton, Ga. After viewing a short video presentation about the dairy’s history, the grouped toured the state-of-the-art facility, learning about Mayfield’s milk production systems and even how those famous yellow Mayfield jugs […]

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A Children’s Book Does Double the Good Works

By St. George Village | October 9, 2019

St. George Village resident Gene Stelten says his granddaughter, Allie, was the inspiration for A House for Wally and Me, a children’s book that he wrote about the process of building a Habitat for Humanity home. The story is told through the eyes of seven-year-old Allie, who is helping to build a Habitat house in which she […]

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A Hoppin’ Good Time

By St. George Village | October 9, 2019

Kids of all ages had a blast at St. George Village on Saturday, April 4. Residents and their families enjoyed a day of events, including caricatures, balloon animals, refreshments. Highlights of the day were the annual Easter Egg Hunt on our grounds, and entertainment by Adam Boehmer, who astounded his audience with feats of juggling […]

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Charming Charleston!

By St. George Village | October 9, 2019

Several St. George Village residents put on their travelin’ shoes last month and enjoyed a two-day trip to historic Charleston, S.C. Their busy itinerary included a visit to Drayton Hall — an 18th century unrestored plantation house — as well as a tour of Charleston Harbor, a carriage ride around the city, shopping at famous […]

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6 Ways to Boost Your Memory

6 Ways to Boost Your Memory

By St. George Village | October 9, 2019

Did you know that your brain needs exercise to stay fit, just like your body does? Here are six simple ways to give your brain the exercise it needs and boost your memory: 1. Stay socially active. Being active and involved helps to maintain brain function. Spend time with family and friends, seek out volunteer opportunities, or […]

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“Grape” Ideas For More Healthful Eating

By St. George Village | October 9, 2019

A delightful way to enjoy wholesome eating can start with your packing your plate with produce, including a dynamite little fruit—the Concord grape. Concord grapes are bold in taste and pack quite a nutritious punch. They can be enjoyed as 100% grape juice or in simple, healthy and flavor-packed recipes. Thanks to the Concord grape, […]

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“Free Lunch” Investment Seminars — What to Look Out For

By St. George Village | October 9, 2019

If you’re ever invited to a free seminar that promises to teach you about investing or managing money in retirement, and that comes with a free meal, there may be a few facts you should digest first. Research by the FINRA In­vestor Education Foundation found that 64 percent of Americans age 40 and older have […]

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How Strong Is Your Chi? Learning Tai Chi And Qigong to Prevent Slips, Trips And Falls

By St. George Village | October 9, 2019

Many older adults have found benefit from the centuries-old Chinese martial arts tai chi and qigong. “Chi” or “qi” (chee) means “life energy.” “Qigong” (chee-goong) literally means “life energy cultivation.” Tai chi consists of a series of flowing movements while qigong focuses on the repetition of isolated movements and breathing. For example, Robert Johnson, M.D., […]

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