Welcome to Vineyard.
We chose the name Vineyard to represent not the wine, but the vine from which it grows; the older the vine, the better the wine. So we celebrate and cultivate seasonality to continually yield the most fruitful outcomes. And much like the characterization of our name, we offer deep-rooted values within a fresh context of living better and longer, together.
Vineyard COO and President Kevin Suite shares the inspiration behind the Vineyard name and our steadfast commitment to living better and longer, together.
We are very excited to be hosting a Certified Dementia Practitioner (CDP) Seminar on Saturday June 8th, 2019 from 8:30am-5pm at our leasing office.
Connectivity offers older adults easy access to socialization while taking advantage of our increasingly digital landscape. As we age, extenuating circumstances can lead to isolation, whether it be retirement or health issues; opportunities for socialization can decline. Connectivity via technology can remedy this.
As your parents start to age, one of the most important relationships to develop is with their primary care doctor. Older adults can forget details from doctor’s appointments, which means potential risks such as not taking medication or showing up for a lab test. As someone who helps manage another person’s healthcare, it’s crucial that you can successfully communicate and work with their doctors. Use the following steps to establish an effective relationship with your parent’s primary care physician.
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