The decision to move into a senior living community is a big one. Often, seniors and their families are working together on the best course of action. Two questions we hear often at Brandermill Woods are, when is the right time for me to move into a senior living community, and what level of care is right for me or my loved one?This decision is incredibly personal and varies from senior to senior. Read More...
The team at Brandermill Woods is excited to welcome Lauren Lee as our new communications coordinator. Lauren started in May, and works on various newsletters, our in-house TV communications, and other resident communications.“I tell people all the time that every day is a good day here, and I look forward to going in to work,” said Lauren, a Richmond native who graduated a few years ago from Christopher Newport University with a bachelor’s degree in psychology and a minor in leadership.The Richm... Read More...
Seniors have spent their whole lives working, so retirement is meant to be a time to kick back and enjoy the golden years—discovering new hobbies, spending time with family and friends, and living each day to the fullest. All retirement requires some type of financial planning, and you want to make sure you invest wisely to make the most of your nest egg. Is a senior living community a good investment? Read More...
Wow, this year is going by fast at Brandermill Woods! Here we are already in July, and our friendly teams are juggling summer vacations, doing our best to stay cool in this blistering heat, and starting to plot out some of our fall social events.Many of our activities repeat from month to month—happy hours and movie nights, Bridge clubs and Mah Jongg games, Bible studies and pottery classes. But we also try to schedule a wealth of special events and off-site field trips, like trips to local park... Read More...
Summer conjures up many images: sunshine, beach vacations, lawn sprinklers, and hot, hot days. Summer is also the time when delicious fruits and vegetables are in season, from Carolina peaches to our very own Hanover tomatoes. In our last blog post, we talked about the importance of staying hydrated, but water isn’t the only way to keep cool and beat the heat.Below are a few tasty recipes from Brandermill Woods. Read More...
Late spring in Central Virginia recently had an unusual early heat wave with a week of 90-degree sweltering. These long hot days of summer might be good for backyard barbecues and lazy afternoons by the swimming pool, but they also pose myriad dangers, including the risk of skin cancer, heat stroke, and dehydration.When it comes to dehydration, there’s a miraculous chemical compound that can help: dihydrogen monoxide. Now, in some corners of the internet you might find paranoia about this chemic... Read More...
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14311 Brandermill Woods Trail
Midlothian, Virginia 23112
Contact: Amy Willmarth
2100 Brandermill Parkway
Midlothian, Virginia 23112
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