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

How To Avoid Falling for Fraud & Losing Your Cash

June 16, 2020By Tillie JacksonNews

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 professor at Scripps College in California. “That makes it easier to fall for the increasing number of scams out there.” According to AARP’s Fraud Watch Network, criminals … 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

National Blood Donor Month: What you Need to Know

January 10, 2020By Rachel ClarkGIVING, Healthy Living, LifeStyle & Activities, News, Uncategorized, Volunteer, Wellness

According to the American Red Cross, winter is “one of the most difficult times of year to collect enough blood products to meet patient needs.” That’s because of busy holiday schedules, bad weather which leads to canceled blood drives, and other things. Plus, seasonal illnesses such as the flu can cause regular donors miss a … Read More

National Physical Therapy Month: What You Need to Know

October 30, 2019By Rachel ClarkLifeStyle & Activities, News, Rehabilitation, Rehabilitation and Therapy, Wellness

October is National Physical Therapy Month. This month-long event, designated by the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA), raises public awareness of the many benefits of physical therapy (PT). PT is useful in improving mobility, recovering from injury, managing pain and chronic conditions, and as a supplement or even alternative to pain management with opioids. Who … Read More

National Gorgeous Grandma Day

July 23, 2019By Paula LundmarkEdenHill, News

Maybe you call her Nana. Maybe you call her Granny. Maybe you call her when you’re in trouble because you know she’ll be there for you at the drop of a hat. Whatever the case may be, today is her day. But it’s not just Grandma Day—oh no. This July 23, we celebrate National Gorgeous Grandma Day. … Read More

NATIONAL SIMPLICITY DAY

July 12, 2019By Paula LundmarkLifeStyle & Activities, News

National Simplicity Day, July 12, honors transcendentalist Henry David Thoreau, author, naturalist, philosopher, and historian. His book, Walden, is a reflection upon simple living in natural surroundings. The day advocates a life of simplicity. In our fast, ever-increasingly busy lifestyles, the observance encourages stepping back and looking at ways to simplify our lives. It’s an opportunity to … Read More