September 30, 2022
September is “National Good Neighbor Month,” and in the spirit of this special time, we would like to take the opportunity to share about a unique part of our senior living community – our Memory Care Neighborhood.
Here at Fox Run Senior Living we strive to make our Neighborhood a special place, not just for our residents, but for everyone who comes to visit and join in our daily festivities. We celebrate being good neighbors every day.
We call our Memory Care a “Neighborhood” because it makes it feel more like home. Our Memory Care Neighborhood is special because we focus on each individual resident’s needs and likes, making them feel at home. We also concentrate on their families when they visit.
Our Neighborhood is a special and supportive place as we welcome all family and friends to join in all our events and the planning. It’s so amazing to see how happy our residents and their loved ones become when they enjoy engagement and events together.
September is also Alzheimer’s month. There are many ways to support people who are living with dementia. Being a good neighbor is understanding and helping others that may need it. Also, being friendly and just sitting and having a nice conversation with them is very neighborly.
We encourage everyone to be a “good neighbor” and find ways to engage and make a difference in the lives of individuals living with dementia. You don’t need to have a special talent, just a heart for others around you. If you would like more information about volunteering in a Memory Care Neighborhood near you or if you are caring for someone with Alzheimer’s or dementia, we would love to help!
Fox Run Senior Living in Fairborn, Ohio offers assisted living and memory care with a variety of services and a range of floor plan options. Newly renovated in 2021. Amenities at Fox Run include dining at Grissom’s Restaurant, 24-hour bistro, concierge service, housekeeping, events and entertainment, personal care, transportation services, and more. Peacefully located just east of Hwy 675 with convenient access to local shopping and attractions.
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