As many of you know, our environment is changing day-to-day with the current COVID-19 pandemic. In order to protect our residents and staff, it is crucial that we remain flexible for the foreseeable future. Please note that our COVID-19 procedures may change frequently to keep up with this changing environment.As stated on the CDC (Centers for Disease Control) website: The CDC, in accordance with its guidance for large events and mass gatherings, recommends that organizers (whether groups or ind... Read More...
In order to keep our vulnerable population from COVID-19 and per CDC recommendation all of Brandermill Woods (Independent and Health Care Facilities) is restricting visitation to essential medical staff/personnel only until the further notice. Read More...
In order to protect our vulnerable population from COVID-19 and per CDC recommendations all of Brandermill Woods (Independent and Health Care Facilities) is restricting visitation to essential medical staff/personnel only until further notice. We will be implementing the following protocol immediately and until further notice:We are restricting ALL visitors to our community unless medically necessary (i.e. home health assistance). Medically necessary visitors will be required to be screened... Read More...
March 3 was Caregiver Appreciation Day, and to celebrate we want to recognize the caregivers support group at Brandermill Woods. Organized by resident Margaret Fuson, this group offers a weekly respite for our residents who are caregivers—a chance to meet with other caregivers in the neighborhood, discuss issues they are facing, and work through the emotional challenges of being a caregiver.“The group has really been a lifesaver for some of the residents who needed to find a time to get away fro... Read More...
If you visited the Brandermill Woods fitness center this spring, you’d notice something a little unusual: a giant map of the United States on the wall, with various names thumb-tacked along the Pacific Coast Highway and a print-out of resident names. This is all part of a current exercise tracking program whereby residents travel 1 mile for every 1 minute of exercise, with the goal of making it along five classic American road trips.“It’s a fun way to give residents ownership of their physical f... Read More...
People have long commented that 40 is the new 30, but in recent years the question has become: Is 60 the new 40? Is 70 the new 50? The answer is yes!Sophia Loren once said, “There is a fountain of youth: it is your mind, your talents, the creativity you bring to your life and the lives of people you love. Read More...
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14311 Brandermill Woods Trail
Midlothian, Virginia 23112
Contact: Amy Willmarth
2100 Brandermill Parkway
Midlothian, Virginia 23112
Contact: Mary Hodges