December 2020 News from The Lodge at Grand Junction
December 12, 2020
Approaching the Holidays so Everyone is Merry!
In this unprecedented year, the value of family and community has become more apparent than ever before, especially as we approach the winter holidays. At The Lodge at Grand Junction, regardless of disruptions to normal holiday traditions, our residents have access to a warm, welcoming community where they can connect with friends and family, share our communal spaces for hot drinks by the fireplace, or socialize together at our modified, socially distanced holiday events.
This year, our team is here to help families determine the safest way for residents to celebrate the holidays with their loved ones. And, if you have been considering a move to senior living for yourself or a loved one, our team is here to help you navigate it, even during the holiday season. To learn more about how The Lodge at Grand Junction can support you and your loved ones now and year-round, give us a call at 970-470-8428 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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For individuals living with dementia, sundowning is a state of confusion and agitation that begins at the end of the day and lasts into the night. Symptoms of sundowning include disorientation, anxiety, agitation, insomnia, and behaviors such as yelling, pacing, wandering, or ignoring directions. To help, The Lodge at Grand Junction has put together a list of five tips for caregivers seeking to prevent or alleviate sundowning symptoms during this more difficult time of year.
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Considering a move to senior living for yourself or a loved one? Let us help you navigate the process and answer any questions you may have! To learn more about care options, COVID-19 procedures or specific details about The Lodge at Grand Junction, give us a call at 970-470-8428.