The Blog of Brio Living Services
Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month
June is Alzheimer’s & Brain Awareness Month, offering an opportunity to hold a conversation about the brain. As dementia continues to affect more and more older adults and their care partners, it is crucial to identify ways we can focus on the abilities of those living with dementia.
Happy Pride Month
We at Brio Living Services strive to carry out our Guiding Beliefs every single day. But specifically, today we would like to highlight our Guiding Belief of Inclusiveness in honor of Pride Month. We welcome all, regardless of faith, national origin, or any aspect of human diversity, and want all who live, work, and receive…
Leave a Legacy Month: Fred W. Ford’s Life of Faith and Service to Others
May is Leave a Legacy Month in Michigan. If there is a charitable cause or organization you are passionate about – like the UMRC & Porter Hills Foundation – Leave a Legacy Month could be the perfect time for you to consider creating or updating your will.
May is Older Americans Month - Celebrating Age My Way
May is Older Americans Month – Celebrating Age My WayEach one of us is unique, and how we age is unique to each of us as well. What better way to celebrate Older Americans Month than with this year’s theme: Age My Way.Every May, the Administration for Community Living, part of the U.S. Department of…
Brio Living Services Celebrates National Nurses Week—Nurses Make a Difference
May is National Nurses Month and Brio Living Services celebrates its nursing team members across the organization. National Nurses Month, formerly National Nurses Week, was first declared in 1993, to “recognize the vast contributions and positive impact of America’s 4 million registered nurses.” This year’s theme is: Nurses Make A Difference.Week One of Nurses Month…
Dr. Dale Dedrick: Providing a Leg Up to Support Team Member Scholarships
Dr. Dale Dedrick, a retired orthopedic surgeon, 2012 Paralympic athlete, and Prairie Cottages resident at Chelsea Retirement Community, credits the tuition program where her father worked in helping her achieve her educational goals.