Never Alone: Alzheimer’s Support Resources

October 14, 2020By Tillie JacksonEdenHill, Healthy Living, News, Senior Care, Wellness

In the long and winding timeline of medical history, only recently has the importance of mental health been fully acknowledged. Possessing strong mental health is more than just doing what makes a person feel good. Mental health is achieved through a system of regular maintenance allowing individuals to meet their emotional needs while respecting their … Read More

The New 10 Day Rule

July 30, 2020By Tillie JacksonEdenHill, News, Wellness

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 are dedicated to bringing you updates; from sources we trust. The following information comes from the CDC, and references this article from AARP. The New … Read More

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 Fight the Social Isolation of Coronavirus

April 20, 2020By Rachel ClarkHealthy Living, LifeStyle & Activities, Senior Care, Wellness

A recent scientific report elevates social isolation and loneliness to the level of health problems, associating them with a significantly increased risk for early death from all causes. Of course, social isolation and loneliness can become more common with age. And the arrival of the novel coronavirus will almost certainly make the problem worse. Public officials … Read More

Alzheimer’s: an Easier and Cheaper Way to Diagnose

March 16, 2020By Rachel ClarkAlzheimer's, Dementia, Healthy Living, Memory Support, Senior Care, Wellness

A simple blood test might soon be all that’s needed to confirm Alzheimer’s disease and frontotemporal dementia. University of California scientists recently analyzed the blood test administered to more than 300 patients. Their conclusion: Such a test may be available in less than half a decade. “This test could eventually be deployed in a primary … 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