Happy holiday season!
Despite the difficulties that 2020 brought, our Tribe at Vineyard Johns Creek has continued to grow and thrive this past year. We’re very excited to serve the families of our community and to welcome our future residents!
Our Holiday Newsletter encompasses some of our recent updates, resources for seniors and caregivers as we head into the holiday season, as well as everything we have on tap for December! Thanks for stopping by and reading.
7 Days of Holiday Giveaways!
To spread a little cheer, we’re hosting seven days of Holidays Giveaways on our Facebook page! We’ve put together some fantastic themed baskets with products from local businesses and vendors. (As a sneak peek—we have a tailgate and caregiver basket + many more!)
Starting on Monday, December 14, we’ll announce a new giveaway each day on our Facebook page with instructions on how to enter.
Make sure you follow Vineyard Johns Creek on Facebook and keep your eyes peeled for the announcements! 👀
Holiday Toy Drive
In partnership with Care Patrol, we’re collecting new toys to support Toys for Tots. We’re hosting the Holiday Toy Drive, Monday-Friday, 9 am – 5 pm at our Information Center, until December 18. 🎄
You can drop off donations at 10475 Medlock Bridge Road, Suite 410, Johns Creek.
‘Tis the Season to give back to your community. Thank you for your support! 💚
Resources for the Holidays
The holidays can be stressful for everyone, but especially those caring for elderly loved ones (not to mention, with a global pandemic on top of it). So that’s why we wanted to put together resources for caregivers during this hectic season.
Stress-Reducing Tips for Caregivers
Check out our blog post with 10 tips to reduce caregiver stress as you navigate December! Caring for an older parent or loved one is a demanding job; it’s essential to recognize your hard work and allow yourself time for self-care.
Things to Look for When Visiting Elderly Parents
Many of us haven’t been able to visit our parents this year due to COVID-19 and varying restrictions on gatherings. However, if you’re going home for the holidays to see your older parents, it’s the perfect time to assess their health and wellness. There are often certain small details you may overlook on a phone call. Especially for older individuals who live alone, it’s important to check up on them and ensure they’re still able to keep up with their health, daily maintenance and responsibilities.
Refer to our infographic below that highlights seven things to look out for when visiting your elderly parents or loved ones. These items can be red flags that show your parents might be facing a health issue or need additional support.
Click here to read the entire article for even more details.
Vineyard Johns Creek Updates
New Tribe Members
Charisse Moore, Customer Service Representative
This past fall, we welcomed our new tribe member, Charisse Moore.
With a degree in communications, Charisse has over ten years of experience in the healthcare industry with eight years as a Customer Care Professional. Her goal is to help seniors thrive, have companionship, be socially engaged and enjoy their lives. Charisse is excited to bring fresh insights to Vineyard Johns Creek!
We have walls! For years this parcel of land at the corner of Parsons and Medlock Bridge roads was just an empty area, but now people know what’s coming . . . us!
Now that the foundation has been poured, we’re seeing real progress! Each day, our Tribe makes significant steps forward to bring our community to life.
We hope you have a wonderful holiday season and a Happy New Year! We can’t wait to continue to serve the families of Johns Creek and make strides in opening our brand new senior community. 💚