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A healthy diet and exercise are crucial for successful aging, but as it turns out, regular meditation can significantly benefit the physical, mental and emotional health of seniors. Meditation can take various forms but often includes deep reflective thought and concentration, both of which help to improve mindfulness.Read More
We have five (5) new residents in The Haven who tested positive for COVID-19. They were moved to our COVID unit. We are conducting contact tracing and all other residents are quarantined in their rooms. There is also one (1) contract worker that tested positive and is quarantined at home. We will continue to test all residents in The Haven and Team members twice a week for the next two weeks until two consecutive all negative weeks are reached. Our Infection Control Preventionist is in constant contact with the Chesterfield County Department of Health.Read More
A resident in The Haven has tested positive for COVID-19. We were notified this resident had an external COVID exposure and was quarantined immediately before testing positive. We were also informed that we have one team member who works in The Haven who tested positive this morning from external exposure and is quarantined at home. They both have minimal symptoms.Read More
We are pleased to report that everything has gone as planned and electricity has been restored to the Clubhouse and the C Building. Residents who reside in the C Building can return home any time after 1:00 p.m. today. Access will not be granted to the building until 1:00 p.m. We have missed you all!Read More
May 2, 2022, Electrical Fire—Yesterday afternoon, May 2, 2022, we had a transformer blow up and knock out electricity to the Clubhouse and C Building.Read More
Most older adults can relate to the aches and pains of arthritis, which can be caused by a number of factors. The most common form is referred to as osteoarthritis and is the result of years of wear and tear on the body’s joints. Statistics posted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) state that 24% of all adults or 58.5 million people have arthritis in the United States.Read More