Of the potentially overwhelming fears that accompany an Alzheimer’s diagnosis, perhaps the largest is the fear of the unknown. So much remains undiscovered about Alzheimer’s. The disease is universally challenging … Read More
Author: Tillie Jackson
Second Annual Alzheimer’s Symposium
At EdenHill Communities, we pride ourselves on being the thought leader among Memory Care providers in Central Texas. We aim to serve as the go-to educational resource center, offering support … Read More
A Night in Old New Braunfles
This year has been one heck of a roller coaster ride. It’s been a challenge adjusting to our new normal. For the better part of 2020, we have collectively been … Read More
The New 10 Day Rule
Since March, every decision we make at EdenHIll Communities involves a conversation about COVID-19. It seems like each week new symptoms and long-term effects are added to the list. We … Read More
Adopting Technology & Connecting Families
From the moon landing to the dot com boom of the 1990s, older adults have witnessed the ways in which technology changed the world. During a casual conversation with residents, … Read More
It’s Hotter’n Blue Blazes.
If there’s one thing Texans know about, it’s the heat of the summer. Growing up, the saying you could fry an egg on the sidewalk was more than words – … Read More
Should I Stay or Should I Go?
Test your knowledge by answering the questions in blue. Answer key below. Like many others, I now truly grasp the concept of being stir-crazy. I find myself practically running at … Read More
Update July 2, 2020
As you may be aware, our region is experiencing a spike in COVID-19 cases. The health and well-being of our residents remains our top priority. We do not have a … Read More
Which Mask for the Task?
Comal County continues to see an increase in COVID-19 cases. The city of New Braunfels has officially put a mask order in place to combat the virus. Within the past … Read More
How To Avoid Falling for Fraud & Losing Your Cash
The COVID-19 pandemic has created the perfect storm for scam artists to schmooze their way into your pockets. “People are more vulnerable emotionally than ever,” says psychologist Stacey Wood, a … Read More