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Outdoor Performances

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Our South Beach Manor Memory Care community continues to think outside the box in engaging their residents in fun and entertaining events.  With the ability to keep social distance and other safety measures they have been able to enjoy many different outdoor performances.  Here are some details on what they have been doing! We continue to have our outdoor performances!…
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New Administrator at Hearthside Manor!

Hearthside Manor
To Residents, Staff, Family and Friends of the Hearthside Manor: We are pleased to announce our new Administrator for Hearthside Manor, Saporia Williams, LPN.  We are thrilled at the opportunity to promote from within our community and in doing so allows us to hit the ground running.  Saporia is well known and loved within the community and is already leading…
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River Terrace Memory Care maintains Covid-free status

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River Terrace Memory Care continues to maintain its Covid-free status. Per State guidelines we have visitor restrictions in-place. These visitor restrictions make it a bit more challenging for family members to connect with their loved ones. Family members connect via regular zoom calls and window visits. The window visits are safe because family members wear masks and are at least…
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Socially Distant Together

South Beach Manor
As senior care communities we have had to navigate restrictions placed on activities and events to keep our residents safe and healthy, we have faced the challenge of  ‘thinking outside the box’ to keep our residents engaged. Life Enrichment Coordinators are responsible for planning activities and events to engage residents while providing a high quality of care.  Many of our…
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Welcome New Communities!

After much anticipation, preparation and then delays, we are thrilled to officially welcome Awbrey Place (Bend), Carriage Place (Prineville) Chinook Place (Madras), Hillside Place (Lincoln City), Artesian Place (Olympia), Cascade Place (Enumclaw), Creekside Place (Battle Ground), and Laurel Place (Port Angeles) to the Caring Places family.  We look forward to building long lasting relationships with our new staff, residents and…
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COVID-19 Response

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When reports of the COVID-19 outbreak first began to surface, Caring Places Management quickly established its central COVID-19 Task Team to stay current and responsive to the consistent flow of new information. Our Task Team immediately set off to review pertinent guidelines and information from the various regulating agencies, revise and develop pertinent policies and procedures, and implement a weekly…
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Twenty-Eight Years and Still Going Strong

Blog, Forest Grove Beehive
One of the biggest challenges facing seniors today is understanding the cost of living in an assisted living and determining quality of care. An additional challenge is knowing what questions to ask, who to ask and who to trust! When it comes to cost, families need to evaluate the cost of “staying at home” and the cost of “moving”. Many…
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The Power of Music in Memory Care

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For most of us, music is a big part of our lives. Music uplifts our spirits, makes us want to dance, and sing along. Music is a significant part of living in assisted living or memory care. Residents are regularly entertained by visiting musicians and many activities are tied to music. However, the real “magic” of music is the unique…
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Activities for Every Interest!

Blog, River Terrace
Our community at River Terrace Memory Care is a diverse group with unique backgrounds and interests. Because of this, we strive to create an activities calendar that has something appealing for everyone. We consider our residents family and we love watching them play, learn and enjoy their days. Our daily activities are chosen with three concepts in mind: the physicality…
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We Have Seen The Light!

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Imagine spending your entire day indoors, wearing sunglasses, or having ink spots throughout your field of vision – or even worse – only looking through a pinhole in a black piece of paper.  These are just the tip of the proverbial iceberg when discussing elderly visual acuity. Some suffer from regular aging eyes, some have extreme conditions like Macular Degeneration,…
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