Sodalis Assisted Living & Memory Care Blog

We share inspiring and interesting information about aging, caregiving and dementia.  This is also a great place to get a feel for what is happening in Sodalis communities. Read about daily life, special events and what makes us special!

Sodalis New Braunfels – Family Easter Celebration

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Our Sodalis communities in New Braunfels hosted a Spring/Easter gathering for families, residents, and employees.  Some of our residents enjoyed helped hide candy for the children to find. The kids enjoyed playing balloon toss with some of the residents, and everyone enjoyed the food, festivities and a glorious Spring day.

Sodalis Garden Ridge – Family Easter Celebration

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Cottonelle Bunny Creations Filling the Easter eggs Michelle Sutton painting Beth & Bill Cosgrove Yummy Treats! Saturday, April 12th, Sodalis Garden Ridge enjoyed a Family Easter Celebration. Sodalis residents, staff members, and family members were invited to attend. We had an amazing turnout! Engagement Coordinator, Shirley Walluk, put together an incredibly well organized and fun…


Sodalis Garden Ridge Honors Employees – February 2014

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Sodalis in Garden Ridge recognizes employee successes for February 2014.   Our Employee of the Month for February 2014 is Vanessa Camacho. Her peers say that Vanessa is always going the extra mile to assist residents and fellow team members.  Vanessa is also a leader in problem solving and is respected by her peers, receiving…


Alzheimer’s Symposium Temple, Texas – April 30, 2014


On April 30, 2014 the Alzheimer’s Association Capital of Texas Chapter and Sodalis Elder Living will host the 2nd Annual Bell County Alzheimer’s Symposium at the Mayborn Civic Center in Temple, TX from 8:45 a.m. to 2:15 p.m.  We are very excited to have great speakers this year!  There is no charge for family caregivers to attend this event, and breakfast and lunch…


The Difference between Assisted Living and Nursing Home Care

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NURSING HOMES Nursing Homes provide a more intensive level of care than an assisted living. Nursing home residents usually have complex medical conditions that require interventions such as injections, feeding tubes or restraint. Nursing homes are required to have nurses around the clock who provide and supervise the care of their patients. Nursing homes are…