Earlene & Vernon's Love Story
Last week on July 2, Commonwealth Senior Living at Georgian Manor had a Veteran’s Pinning Ceremony to honor our veterans in our community. Of the veterans we recognized, we want to share with you the love story of Earlene and Vernon Bonney, a WWII veteran. Vernon and Earlene met in the 7th grade. He sat […]
Preparing a Loved One for a Move to Senior Living
Adjusting to life in a senior living community involves big changes. Your loved one may have mixed feelings about the move or be reluctant to make such a big change like leaving behind a home with many memories or sometimes the feeling of a loss of freedom. Although the transition can be difficult, the way […]
Commonwealth Assurance: Providing Families with Peace of Mind
We know that families would do anything to ensure their loved ones are safe and protected, and we feel the same. At Commonwealth Senior Living, we are committed to improving the lives of seniors, their families, and each other every day. Over the last 20 years of service, that improvement has come in many forms: […]
Pathway to a New "Normal"
At Commonwealth Senior Living, the safety of our residents and associates is our top priority. Their connections to their loved ones are equally important. Since the onset of COVID-19, we have implemented strict infection prevention measures following CDC guidance, state and local health department directives as well as the protocols published by state licensing agencies. […]
Engaging Residents in a New Way
Giving our seniors amazing experiences and spreading joy each day is a top priority. That is why we are excited to have partnered with MyndVR in all of our communities. These virtual reality headsets are a research-supported and senior-focused virtual reality tool that allows users to safely experience the visual sensations of being in a […]
Celebrating Holidays in the Time of COVID
As we approach the holidays, it is important that we remind our readers that at Commonwealth Senior Living, we are not just associates caring for residents, handling the business operations, and leading the teams. We are also sons and daughters, husbands and wives of those struggling with dementia. The following story comes from one of […]
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