The Springs at Simpsonville is proud to announce that our July Employee of the Month is Nina! Nina is hard-working, loving, and loyal, and we are lucky to have her on the team. Nina is originally from Mexico, but…
The Springs at Simpsonville is proud to announce our July Resident of the Month—Joanne! Ms. Joanne is an important part of our community and we’re so glad to have her here at The Springs. Joanne was originally from Long…
The Springs at Simpsonville’s June 2020 Employee of the Month is Brenda Gearhart, Director of Resident Care!
Emergencies can happen at any time and can disrupt anyone’s routine if they are not prepared. As a senior caregiver, it is vital to have an emergency care plan to ensure that if something happens, your family member will still receive the necessary care and attention.
The Springs at Simpsonville’s June 2020 Resident of the Month is Aldean! Aldean was born in Anderson, South Carolina. She had an older brother and a twin sister. She has lived all over South Carolina and even in Waco, Texas!
As an older adult or the caregiver of one, you may be wondering how much exercise is required to maintain certain aspects of health, such as weight, flexibility, or balance.
Older adults have experienced a lot of historical events, time periods, and economic and cultural changes throughout their lives. From World Wars to the Civil Rights Movement, they were a firsthand witness to the world being shaped into what we know and see today.
While respite care services are commonly offered at communities or through organizations, many family caregivers are still unaware of what they entail. Respite care services are a short-term senior care option that can be scheduled in advance or utilized during a time of emergency when a senior’s primary caregiver may be unable to fulfill their caregiving responsibilities.