Having “the conversation” with aging parents is an important step in ensuring that whatever care they may need in the future meets their wishes. In this video, Eva provides 17 vital questions that should be addressed in any discussion with parents concerning their preferences for care as they grow older.Read More
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Marketing Director Eva Hutton continues her discussion about the conflicts that can arise among siblings when there are concerns about the welfare of aging parents. In this video, she provides some strategies for resolving those conflicts.Read More
Eva Hutton, our marketing director, has worked with families caregivers for many years, witnessing countless situations and providing advice and guidance to help create a wide range of caregiving solutions. As a former nurse, lifestyle enrichment director and now marketing director for Crestview Retirement Community, Eva hears many questions. This video is the first in …Read More
Relocating to a retirement community almost always requires seniors to pare down their possessions, a process generally called “downsizing.” Relocation consultants prefer the term “rightsizing,” but some who are contemplating the process often refer to it as “dread.” “Downsizing is tough, because you have an emotional attachment to your stuff,” said Alex Dessler, a resident …Read More
Want to get the latest in tips to help your garden grow? Twice a month, resident gardener Elmer Krehbiel shares his knowledge with the Bryan-College Station community through helpful articles in The Eagle newspaper. Read them onlineRead More
Each new year ushers in resolutions to get in shape. You can find an abundance of tips and advice for people under age 65, but many folks over that age can’t see how it applies to them. Their reasoning against exercise can include “too old;” “too disabled” or “too much risk of a fall.” Nancy …Read More