• Cough, Sputter, Sneeze!

      The cold and flu season is here. Let’s review what you can do to reduce your risk of getting sick, as well as spreading an illness to others. Both the flu and the common cold are respiratory illnesses, but they are caused by different viruses. They can have similar symptoms which makes it difficult

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  • Driving: Aging and Staying Safe

    Driving: Aging and Staying Safe

    For most of us, driving has been an important aspect for independence. The idea of giving up driving can be distressing, especially if you have been driving safely for years. And, if you are concerned about your spouse’s or parent’s driving skills, having a conversation with them can be difficult. Aging can bring vision impairments,

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  • Are You Prepared for Flu Season?

    Flu season can begin in October and continue through March.  Most people believe if you get your flu shot in October you will be immunized for the full flu season. This may not be true for you.  If you had your flu shot in October you may not be immunized through March.  The flu shot has

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  • 10 Ways to Kick Cabin Fever to the Curb

    10 Ways to Kick Cabin Fever to the Curb

    Written by Holly Jaynes Life Enrichment Director of Courtside at Country Meadows Many of us enjoy getting outside as much as possible. Just going for a walk on a nice day can lift your mood drastically! Hiking with a friend, playing a round of golf, or even taking a dip in the community pool are

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  • A Better Home… for the Holidays!

    A Better Home… for the Holidays!

    A Better Home… for the Holidays! Country Meadows Village can help your loved one during the holidays. Being alone and isolated is emotionally depressing for seniors and can be unsafe should temperatures drop below freezing causing broken pipes or furnaces that fail. In many cases their children live at great distances unable to help. Those

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  • Safety Tips for the Winter Season

    Safety Tips for the Winter Season

    The seasons fly by so quickly it is hard to keep up with the necessary ways to keep safe under the uncertain conditions that comes with winter.  Here are some things to remember in preparing for the cold and rain. For home safety, it is a good practice to repair handrails both inside your home

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