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Behavioral Changes To Look For In Senior Parents
Behavioral Changes to Look for in Senior Parents
Senior Health, Senior Living

Behavioral Changes to Look for in Senior Parents

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Knowing when the proper time to talk to senior parent(s) about moving into a senior living community can be difficult. If your parent(s) or loved one lives far away, it can make it even more challenging, as you likely don’t know how they handle their day to day activities. 

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Carl – Resident Of The Month
Carl – Resident of the Month
Community News, Resident Highlight

Carl – Resident of the Month

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The Springs at Simpsonville’s October Resident of the Month is Carl! Carl is originally from Cambridge, Ohio, but spent the majority of his life in Charleston, SC which is where he calls home. He grew up on a dairy farm but joined the Navy after he graduated from high school. He was a medic (X-ray technician) attached to the Marine Corps. When he was 20 years old, he was stationed in Charleston, SC and remembers getting off the city bus on Calhoun Street and walking the city for the first time.

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Caitlyn Kimbrell – Employee Of The Month
Caitlyn Kimbrell – Employee of the Month
Community News, Employee of the Month

Caitlyn Kimbrell – Employee of the Month

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Our employee of the month for October 2019 is our fabulous resident care assistant, Caitlyn Kimbrell! Caitlyn is originally from Fountain Inn, South Carolina. She is the youngest of three girls in her family, all of which have names that begin with “C.” Her two older sisters are Chelsea and Courtney! Caitlyn graduated from Hillcrest High School in 2016 and joined the team at The Springs in 2018.

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The Springs At Simpsonville’s Guide To Senior Transportation
The Springs at Simpsonville’s Guide to Senior Transportation
Assisted Living, Senior Health, Senior Living

The Springs at Simpsonville’s Guide to Senior Transportation

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As we grow older, there may come a time where you no longer have a vehicle to transport yourself around your community, or perhaps you just no longer have the desire to drive. Whether it’s in the interest of downsizing on things you no longer use, or due to safety concerns, it’s not uncommon to leave traversing the open road to others. 

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Jessi Satterfield – Employee Of The Month
Jessi Satterfield – Employee of the Month
Community News, Employee of the Month

Jessi Satterfield – Employee of the Month

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The Springs at Simpsonville’s September Employee of the Month is Jessi Satterfield! Jessi is originally from Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. She lived in a couple of other places in the state, such as Pelzer and Simpsonville, before moving to her current home in Belton.

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Senior Health Benefits Of Staying Mentally, Physically, And Socially Active
Senior Health Benefits of Staying Mentally, Physically, and Socially Active
Senior Health

Senior Health Benefits of Staying Mentally, Physically, and Socially Active

One of the best things a senior can do for their health is finding purpose and engagement. From physical activities to mental exercises, the health benefits for seniors that push for increased engagement are prevalent.  At The Springs at Simpsonville,…

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