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Physical Therapy for a Better Quality Of Life

Physical therapy can play a key role in any wellness program, helping people avoid future health problems.

The next time you have a pain in the neck or back, your arthritis is acting up, you are recovering from surgery or any of the countless other conditions affecting your ability to move freely within your daily life, a physical therapist can probably help. Physical therapists can even help fight complications from diabetes, such as loss of movement.

And, physical therapy is a covered benefit under Medicare and most commercial insurance plans.

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Help is There…When You Need It

Martha Mobley says she never worried about losing her independence when she made the transition from independent to assisted living.

SGV resident Martha Mobley is well acquainted with transition — and says there is nothing to fear from it. When Mrs. Mobley left her home of  34 years to move into an Independent Living apartment at SGV, she maintained her active life, making friends in her new community while still visiting her old neighborhood and friends. Then, she experienced an illness that moved her from the hospital to skilled nursing and then to Assisted Living at SGV’s Wellington Court.

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Alzheimer’s Disease, are you at risk?

The greatest known risk factor for Alzheimer’s is advancing age. Most individuals with the disease are age 65 or older. The likelihood of developing Alzheimer’s doubles about every five years after age 65 and after age 85, the risk reaches nearly 50 percent. According to an article in Parade magazine, there are at least three ways to reduce your risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease.

1.Exercise Your Mind and Body

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How do you know when it’s time to move to a retirement community?

Atlanta Retirement Community I’m never really asked this question by clients yet it’s always implied when they say something like…St. George Village is really very nice, but I’m not ready to move just yet. When you’re independent and able to live without assistance it’s really hard to know when to make the move to a retirement community. You must admit that the thought of a retirement community leads one to think about aging people and a life that revolves around doctor’s appointments, wheel of fortune, eating diner at 5:00 and heading to bed around 7:00.

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Oh the aromatic smells and tastes of spring… that’s right, I said tastes!

St. George Village is pleased to announce the beginning of our new spring menus! The seasonal menus feature lighter cuisine with robust seasonings and marks the beginning of our “back yard BBQ” season that lasts right on through the summer months!

Some of the new items you can look forward to include Lobster Thermindor served at The George, our Main Dining Room in the village. This venue offers a four course meal served in the evenings, Monday through Saturday and a fabulous brunch on Sunday; a great time to invite the children and grandchildren!

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