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24 04, 2014

Seniors, Talk to Your Doctor About Drug Chronotherapy

April 24th, 2014|Blog, General, Health Care, Mental Health|Comments Off on Seniors, Talk to Your Doctor About Drug Chronotherapy

Taking prescription drugs when it is convenient or easy to remember may not be the best practice for seniors. Drug chronotherapy may make medications seniors take more effective and better tolerated.

17 04, 2013

6th ANNUAL SENIOR INVITATIONAL CHARITY GOLF TOURNAMENT

April 17th, 2013|General, Health Care, Mental Health, News|Comments Off on 6th ANNUAL SENIOR INVITATIONAL CHARITY GOLF TOURNAMENT

The preserve at Jordan Lake 2013 6th Annual Senior Invitational Charity Golf Tournament Presented by GALLOWAY RIDGE AT FEARRINGTON

1 11, 2012

Hundreds Participate in Alzheimer’s Walk

November 1st, 2012|Health Care, Mental Health, News, Retirement|0 Comments

Cambridge Hills Assisted Living joined forces with Galloway Ridge at Fearrington recently to raise awareness of and funding for the research, treatment and prevention of Alzheimer's disease and related dementias.

6 08, 2012

Arbor Health Center Expansion Provides Opportunity for Resident Horticultural Therapy

August 6th, 2012|Health Care, News|Comments Off on Arbor Health Center Expansion Provides Opportunity for Resident Horticultural Therapy

The Arbor Health Center at Galloway Ridge recently underwent an expansion that included the creation of carefully planned therapeutic outdoor spaces with lovely courtyards, fountains and raised gardens and flower beds for resident use.

25 06, 2012

What’s in an exercise program?

June 25th, 2012|Blog, Health Care, Lifestyle|Comments Off on What’s in an exercise program?

Four components of a well rounded exercise program are strength, endurance, balance, and flexibility.

24 05, 2012

US Government Sets Out Alzheimer’s Plan

May 24th, 2012|General, Health Care, Mental Health, News|Comments Off on US Government Sets Out Alzheimer’s Plan

Last week, the government set out how it planned to spend a $50-million top-up to this year's funding for the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in Bethesda, Maryland, announced in February as part of a bid to "prevent and effectively treat Alzheimer's disease by 2025".