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Accushield Has Arrived at Village Green

Posted by Jan Wieder on Feb 26, 2021 1:27:19 PM
Village Green announces it's new and improved visitor system working with Accushield, a state-of-the-art touchless sign-in system perfect for these COVID times! 
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Tags: Village Green News, Senior Health

6 Best Cities to Retire in Washington State

Posted by Village Green Team on Feb 26, 2021 12:12:48 PM
While Washington State may not possess Florida or Nevada weather (and thus retirement reputation), the Evergreen State has plenty of characteristics that make it a desirable destination for living out your golden years.
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Tags: Senior Living 101, Making the Move, Retirement Tips

Village Green's COVID Vaccine Clinic is a Success

Posted by Jan Wieder on Feb 19, 2021 5:44:33 PM
It is no secret that since 2020, it has been a tough year for our residents and staff. We have spent countless hours cleaning, screening, and delivering meals to keep everyone safe. Virtual visits with families and friends have been commonplace.  I am extremely proud of our COVID free status in the building.
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Tags: Village Green News, Senior Health

How to Age Gracefully (Mentally, Physically, & Emotionally)

Posted by Jason Kitchel on Feb 15, 2021 10:00:00 AM
Aging can be a difficult topic to address, not least because it is rife with personal fears and uncertainties about losing independence and loved ones while growing more isolated or lonely. As with most challenging topics, however, the best solution is to confront it head-on with openness and optimism.
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Tags: Senior Health

What is Telehealth and is it Safe for Seniors in Federal Way?

Posted by Village Green Team on Jan 25, 2021 4:30:00 PM
Sometimes you need to consult with a healthcare provider, but there are barriers that prevent you from meeting them in-person. Maybe you don’t have a means of transportation or you simply don’t have the time and money to spend on traveling to the hospital or doctor’s office for a perfunctory visit.
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Tags: Senior Health

Senior-Friendly Home Technology for Aging-in-Place near Federal Way

Posted by Jan Wieder on Jan 18, 2021 2:56:00 PM
Smart appliances and automated systems used to be trendy innovations associated with cutting-edge workplaces and commercial environments. Over time, however, they’ve grown affordable and versatile enough to become commonplace within residential settings as well.
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Tags: Caregiver Tips

2021 Outlook: Better Days Ahead

Posted by Jan Wieder on Jan 12, 2021 10:42:00 AM
As we step into this new year, I can only think to myself "there are better days ahead." I can see them on the horizon, and I know our community – both locally and globally – will reach them.
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Life at Village Green Retirement Campus: Our Team, Your Questions!

Posted by Village Green Team on Dec 10, 2020 10:44:00 AM
Sit down with Kim, Executive Director, and Kerren & Katie, Sales Directors, for answers to your questions about current daily life at Village Green. Our team is here to discuss how we're keeping residents safe during COVID-19, what life is like on campus, our Value Match Program, and more, below!
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Tags: Village Green News, Senior Living 101

Downsizing in Your 60s: What to Do With Sentimental Items

Posted by Jason Kitchel on Nov 6, 2020 9:04:00 AM
Often the most daunting thing about moving into a retirement community is fitting a whole life's worth of things into a smaller home. You have chosen your floor plan, you are ready to start a new life in retirement living, but you still have to figure out how to downsize and fit the things you need into your new home.
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Tags: Making the Move

How to Protect Your Loved One Against Senior Scams

Posted by Village Green Team on Nov 2, 2020 2:47:00 PM
While anyone can be the target of various scams and fraudulent activity, seniors are preyed on—and fall victim—at a higher rate than younger individuals because they are typically perceived as more trusting, willing to listen, and sometimes just lonely.
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Tags: Caregiver Tips