With the summer season in full swing, we have lots of exciting and educational events on the calendar! Read our June 2021 Newsletter for a full rundown as well as community updates.

Tinnitus Webinar: June 15 

Did you know Tinnitus (ringing in the ears) can be an early sign of dementia? And although age-related hearing loss is the 3rd leading cause of chronic disability in older adults, Tinnitus is also prevalent, with more than 3 million cases in the U.S. per year. 

Our presenter, Melissa Wikoff, Au.D, founder and director of audiology at Peachtree Hearing in Marietta, GA, and one of the nation’s leading experts in diagnosing and treating tinnitus, will talk about general information regarding tinnitus, diagnosis and treatment. Dr. Wikoff serves on the American Tinnitus Association board of directors and is certified in tinnitus management by the American Board of Audiology. 

Movie With a Mission: June 24 

We are thrilled to announce our event, Movie With a Mission, a fundraiser benefiting the Alzheimer’s Association’s Walk to End Alzheimer’s. 

Mark your calendars for Thursday, June 24 at 5 pm. We’ll be hosting a free screening of the movie Here Today at the Regal Cinemas. We’ll also have additional activities before the movie – stay tuned for further details!

  • Thursday, June 24, 5 pm @ Regal Medlock Crossing & RPX, 9700 Medlock Bridge Rd Suite 170, Johns Creek, GA 30097.
  • RSVP to the event here!

Hoarding Webinar: June 24

This presentation teaches you how to discern the differences between chronic disorganization and hoarding-like behaviors. 

Diane Quintana and Jonda Beattie present case studies to illustrate how the disorganization in a home can appear to be the result of hoarding, but in reality, is the result of life events, chronic disorganization or hoarding.

Vineyard Gives: Duluth Co-Op 

Duluth Co-op graphic

This month, we’ll be supporting the Duluth Co-Op for our Vineyard Gives initiative. 

Gwinnett County has the largest homeless population of any metro Atlanta community. There are more than 1,900 homeless students in the Gwinnett School System. Duluth Co-Op’s mission is to support this overwhelming need in our community. 

Learn more about their impact here

We’re collecting donations for Duluth Co-Op at our Information Center all month long. You can drop off donations, Monday-Friday, 9 am – 5 pm. Refer to their donation list to understand their current needs. 

Construction Update 

June Construction Update

Each day our community is taking shape more and more. You can see the brand new walls on our memory care building (top image) and the significant progress in our assisted living building (bottom image).

We love watching Vineyard Johns Creek come to life before our eyes!