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Havenwood Heritage Heights Celebrates CARF Accreditation

It is an exciting time for our residents and staff here at Havenwood Heritage Heights. We are proud to announce that our organization has received accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). CARF accreditation is given every five years, and Havenwood Heritage Heights has once again successfully received this distinction. CARF is […]

Concord Fire Department Training

HHH and the Concord Fire Department Work Together on Innovative Training The Concord Fire Department is doing some training of their staff on the project side (inside of the project fencing) of the South End of the Heritage Heights campus this morning and afternoon. I have just come back from doing some videotaping which will […]

What to Expect from Your Parent During Early-Stage Dementia

It’s natural for people to slow down in their older years. Sometimes, the natural aging process results in a memory that isn’t as sharp as it once was, a sense of balance that comes and goes, and vision that has lost its crystal-clear definition.  These effects of aging are common. If you see one or […]

How to Discuss Senior Living Options with Your Parent

Talking to a parent about senior living isn’t easy. You may find yourself feeling uncomfortable, awkward, and even guilty at the thought of broaching the subject. While it’s common for adult children to have concerns over their parent or parents living alone, you may be hesitant to share your feelings with them. Many families avoid […]

Advice for Long-Distance Caregivers

Caregiving is never easy, but it can get even more difficult if the person you’re supporting lives far away. If you’re one of those long-distance caregivers, you’re far from alone. According to the AARP’s 2015 report “Caregiving in the US,” seven percent of all caregivers live more than two hours away from their care recipients, […]

10 Tips for Seniors with Trouble Sleeping

It’s not uncommon to experience the occasional restless night now and then. However, if you notice that falling asleep or getting a restful night of sleep is becoming increasingly more difficult, there could be a bigger problem at hand.  A lack of sleep can lead to increased frustration and other, more serious health conditions. Sleep […]

Building for our Future – Country Store

Construction on the new Country Store at Havenwood proceeds at a fast pace. Each week we witness another phase to the project come alive right in front of our eyes (Walls & Insulation). Recently Cobb Hill Construction built a viewing window that allows everyone to see the building process first hand. The viewing windows was […]

Cookie Fest

What a wonderful time here in the Health Services Center on the Havenwood campus. Staff and residents are enjoying making and baking three different kinds of cookies sugar, cinnamon and chocolate chip. Delicious aromas filled the air and the warm soft cookies tasted awesome. Check out the festivities the below.

Building for our Future – Country Store

Construction on the new Country Store at Havenwood proceeds at a fast pace. Each week we witness another piece to the project come to life right in front of our eyes. Recently Cobb Hill Construction built a viewing window that allows everyone to see the building process first hand. The viewing windows was specially constructed […]

What Are the Most Common Dementia Signs and Symptoms?

It’s common for adult children, friends, and relatives to look out for the seniors in their family. Whether they’re grandparents, uncles, or family friends, you want to know the people you care for are safe and healthy. It’s also common to notice changes as they age. If you’ve seen a few changes in your relative’s […]

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