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Be Active

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Farm to Table Approuch

Eat Well

Our philosophy about health and wellness are similar to our beliefs about our community; when our residents and local community work together, everyone wins. Our Dietary Manager has developed relationships with local and regional farms to provide healthier meals, with fresher ingredients, without the cost of travel or retail. This provides an overall healthier approach to food and heath. All of our meals are intentionally created with our residents needs and cravings in mind. home-cooked meals that remind our residents they are home.

Mind Games

Stay Fresh

Everyday holds opportunities for structured activities. Our dedicated activities director develops a monthly calendar that mirrors the interests and hobbies of our residents. This calendar includes games, puzzles, music, art, and physical activities. From making kites and gardening in the spring to making holiday cookies in the winter.

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Everyday  Celebrations

From Halloween and birthdays to National Donut Day, our staff knows how to party. Life is too short to let the small things go uncelebrated, so Magnolia's makes sure our residents make the most of even the smallest festivity.

Stay Active

Daily Movement

Our activities director creates an environment that is appropriate for all levels of need and skill. Residents may begin with chair exercises, or a walk and talk. Residents regularly play seated soccer, balloon volleyball, and ring toss. Everyday residents have multiple chances for physical.


Aging In Place

Botes Memory Method

In light of the dementia epidemic, it is now more important than ever to create a resource for families living with dementia and our healthcare partners that will impact day-to-day living in a meaningful way. The Botes Memory Method combines an innovative cognitive assessment tool with a communication platform for families and healthcare partners. With Botes Memory Method, functional and training are provided based on five cognitive levels, represented as flowers.

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