In our August 2021 Newsletter, we cover upcoming events, introduce Tribe members and recap past July happenings.
Thanks for stopping by to learn more about our growing community!
Vineyard Gives: Atlanta Humane Society
As one of the oldest charities in Atlanta, this organization has been providing sheltering, adopting, veterinary care and community outreach for more than 148 years!
This month we’re collecting donations to support this organization as a part of our Vineyard Gives initiative.
Refer to their Wishlist for ideas of needed donations!
Drop off donations at our Information Center, Monday – Friday, 9 am – 5 pm, throughout the month of August.
How to Maintain a Healthy Brain Webinar: August 18
Join us as Tracy Johnson from Premier Care Management of Georgia hosts our latest webinar, How to Maintain a Healthy Brain.
This is a free virtual event, open to everyone!
- Wednesday, August 18, 12 – 1 pm
- Sign up for event here
SPONSORING CEU EVENT: “VERBAL AND EMOTIONAL DE-ESCALATION TRAINING”: August 20
We’re proud to sponsor another CEU Creations event this month. This 6-hour training provides 5 ETHICS CE credits for approved social workers, case managers, nurses and counselors.
We’re proud to sponsor a Dementia Spotlight Foundation event this month– the Alzheimer’s Music Festival! Featuring a few of Georgia’s most iconic bands, this event will be an amazing day of music, food and drinks and of course a lot of fun at Atlanta’s iconic venue, the Tabernacle.
With your purchase of just one general admission festival ticket, they will be able to gift 2 hours of respite relief for a family. A purchase of one VIP ticket provides 4 hours of respite relief OR supports 8 individuals with ongoing support group sessions. To learn more about the Dementia Spotlight Foundation and how to support persons and families living with Dementia, click here.
- Saturday, August 28 at the Tabernacle
- Doors open at 6 pm
- Purchase your tickets here
Meet our Tribe
We love introducing members of our Tribe! Meet Anthony Signa, our Environmental Services Director.
Anthony is a community maintenance professional with experience opening and maintaining upscale senior living communities. He strives to keep communities looking and functioning beautifully, so residents and staff can worry less about the building and focus more on the things that give their life meaning.
Our community is progressing along very nicely. Big thank you to our Valeo Construction team, they’re rocking and rolling! 👏🏼
This past July was filled with informative webinars and fun community events. Check out a few of the highlights!
Fourth of July
This is an appreciation shout-out for our chalkboard artist, Charisse! Each week you’ll notice one of her new creations (like this Fourth of July celebration), right outside our information center.
Thanks, Charisse for adding more color and creativity to our days! 🎨
Adopt a Road Cleanup
Earlier this month, we participated in an “Adopt a Road” clean-up day. Soon one of our local roads will bear our Vineyard Johns Creek name!
Even the rain couldn’t discourage our team, who worked with positivity and enthusiasm!
Vineyard Senior Communities focus on leaving it better than we found it via local initiatives and projects. We’ll offer similar opportunities for residents with volunteer work and fundraising with our nearby partners.