October 2015 | Wesley Glen Retirement Community

Show You Care

Whether you call it a random act of kindness or paying it forward, doing something unexpected for someone else feels good. If you know someone who gives their time taking care of a loved one or friend, you have an opportunity to give back to him or her. November is officially National Family Caregivers month […]




FLU SEASON: Get Well, Stay Well

Fall is upon us and it’s a time for festivals, football and that other “f” word, flu. The flu virus changes every year with new strains and mutant strains. Did you know that 70-90% of people 65 years of age and younger who receive the vaccination do not get the flu? This is directly tied to the “match” between […]


When Mom or Dad Move In

At some point in time adult children may be faced with the thought of who will take care of mom or dad and should your aging parents move in with you. Does it make financial sense? Will everyone be able to get along? How do you set boundaries for personal space between your spouse and […]