Which Mask for the Task?

June 25, 2020By Tillie JacksonEdenHill, News, Wellness

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 week, Austin and San Antonio were both listed in the top five U.S. hotspots for COVID-19 cases. All of this information impacts what we do … Read More

Real Life Heroes: A Community Reflection

May 21, 2020By Tillie JacksonCOVID-19 Updates, EdenHill, Independent Living, LifeStyle & Activities, News

This week at EdenHill, we have been honoring our front-line heroes. Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, our team has stepped up to meet the challenge. Quickly adapting to the fluid situation, while mirroring our core values, has proven the resilience of our community. COMPASSION, RESPECT & DIGNITY No matter where you look around our campus, we … Read More

From the Chaplain: All Creatures Great and Small

March 10, 2020By Rachel ClarkEdenHill, Spiritual

Along with EdenHill’s other fabulous amenities available to our residents, we’re proud to have an on-site chapel. Our full-time Chaplain, Rev. Sarah Currie, shares some words of wisdom with us. Hello, Friends! The journey of Lent begins with a humbling reminder of our mortality—“You are dust, and to dust you will return.”  In the meantime, … Read More

National Nutrition Month: Eat Right, Bite by Bite!

March 2, 2020By Rachel ClarkEdenHill, Healthy Living, Senior Care, Wellness

Each March, the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics celebrates National Nutrition Month®. As part of their campaign, they invite the public to focus on the importance of making informed food choices and developing sound eating and physical activity habits. National Nutrition Month 2020 is themed “Eat Right, Bite by Bite” and the overall message is that quality nutrition … Read More

What You Need To Know About Cancer Prevention Month

February 11, 2020By Rachel ClarkEdenHill, Healthy Living, Wellness

February is Cancer Prevention Month. In the United States, about one in four new cancer cases and nearly half of all cancer deaths are related to preventable causes. These include tobacco use, obesity, exposure to ultraviolet light, and vaccine-preventable infections with cancer-associated pathogens. Adopting healthy lifestyles that eliminate or reduce the risk of recognized causes … Read More