Posts Tagged ‘st mark village’

11 Hobbies & Activities For Your Loved One With Alzheimer’s

By Kimberly Glem, Care Center Life Enrichment Director Kimberly graduated from Saint Leo University with a BA in Psychology and holds several professional certificates including Activity Director Certified from the National Certification Council for Activity Professionals (NCCAP), an Assisted Living Facility Administrator Certificate, and a PAC Certified Independent Engagement Leader. She is a member of…

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10 Early Signs of Alzheimer’s

By Karla Lindeen, Resident Services Director Karla has worked in the health care industry for over twenty years locally in the Tampa Bay area. She received her undergraduate degree from Florida State University, and earned an MBA from University of Phoenix, a Graduate Certificate in Geriatric Care Management from the University of Florida, and is Care…

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From the Desk of Doug Fresh, CEO

More than 40 years ago, I remember sitting in the first pew at church waiting for a special meeting to begin. Being in my late twenties, I had my own business that kept me busy six days a week, and Sunday was a day of rest. This Sunday was special however. My dad, Pastor Jim,…

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Celebrating 5 Years at Betty Fresh Rehab!

On this day in 2014, Betty Fresh Rehab open its doors to our Residents and community. This unique, 5 STAR rated rehab is focused on body, mind, and spirit wellness following surgery, an injury, or a serious illness – a bridge between an acute care hospital stay and the patient’s return home. Betty Fresh Rehab…

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From the Desk of Doug Fresh, CEO

As Mother’s Day approaches, I realize how blessed I am to have my mother living and thriving right here at St. Mark Village. At 95 years young, she resides in a beautiful apartment in Assisted Living, surrounded by her family and extended family of friends. Since my father’s passing, she has continued his legacy by…

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Walking for Exercise

Walking is great for your health at any age Walking is one of the simplest forms of exercise. It is an action that one uses frequently to get tasks done, to travel, and to exercise. Walking for exercise can be easily accomplished and modified to meet the needs of those who wish to take part;…

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