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Why You May Want To Hold Off on Spring Fever

Posted March 6, 2020 • Hear why you may want to hold off on your Spring planting for just a little bit longer!

Heart To Heart: A Personal Story of Loss and Triumph

Posted February 18, 2020 • In honor of February being National Heart Awareness Month, Nela Edgar shares her story of personal loss, health scares, and triumph.

You Care For Others, Now Care For Yourself

Posted November 13, 2019 • Looking out for the well-being of another person is a rewarding yet exhausting job. Whether you are an adult child caring for a senior parent or a paid personal medical assistant, you have to take time to care for yourself as well. So, keep reading for a few simple strategies you can employ to include yourself in your daily care ritual starting today.

Still Hopes Nationally Recognized For Wellness Program

Posted September 30, 2019 • Still Hopes is blessed to announce we have received the ICAA NuStep Beacon Best In Wellness Award. This award means Still Hopes is one of the top 25 senior living communities in North America when it comes to being focused on wellness.

Why Facebook May Be A Great Addition To Your Life

Posted July 19, 2019 • Learn why this popular social networking site could be a great tool for you and how to join if you aren't already a member!

7 Ways To Beat This Heat

Posted June 3, 2019 • Click below to discover some great tips to help keep cool this summer!

A Marvelous May Kick-off

Posted May 9, 2019 • Well, May has had quite the eventful start for us here at Still Hopes. From embarking on a new journey to celebrating a beloved tradition, May is already off to a great beginning.

Grand Opening of Greenway

Posted April 9, 2019 • On Sunday, April 7, Still Hopes celebrated the Grand Opening of our new Greenway building.

Mark Your Calendars!

Posted March 26, 2019 • We will have our official Grand Opening celebration for our Greenway building on Sunday, April 7.

A Season To Celebrate

Posted December 10, 2018 • Still Hopes celebrated the Christmas season with our annual Guignard Society Christmas Party. What a wonderful night honoring those who have given so generously to Still Hopes and our mission!