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!
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Sodalis Temple Karoke on the Porch Party

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Sodalis Temple residents had a great time today enjoying the beautiful Spring weather! The back porch provided the setting for some afternoon fun with karaoke and strawberry shortcake to eat. Special thanks to our friends at Southern Care.

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Immunotherapy to reduce memory problems

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The March 25th issue of the Journal of Neuroscience includes an interesting article on a recent study conducted by the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston. Researchers have been looking at tau and amyloid beta for years trying to determine exactly how they are responsible for the progression of Alzheimer’s disease. This recent study…

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February 2015 at Sodalis Garden Ridge

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Residents dance “A Second Line” at our Madri Gras observance. Lucia is from Alabama and told us all about the Madi Gras rival that they had with New Orleans for the best Madi Gras when she was a child. The Schertz Senior Center “Silver Serenaders” who visited to serenade our memory care residents. Richard Hailey…

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Dementia Village in the Netherlands

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Even if you’ve had some exposure to Hogewey, the dementia village in the Netherlands, we think you’ll enjoy this CNN coverage that takes a look inside the village at day to day life. Through interviews with various caregivers in the community, they are are opportunities to learn some of the skills that these caregivers use to…

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Sodalis Garden Ridge enjoying Spring-like weather

The last few days of beautiful Spring-like weather have had all of us enjoying some time outdoors! Burnice and Judy, Sodalis Garden Ridge residents, have found the sunny weather bring out their “gardening bug!”  

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