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We offer a continuum of supportive services should your parents’ health needs change. Our continuum consists of Independent Living, Assisted Living, Memory Support, and Nursing Households. These levels of living allow your parents to remain in the comforts of their community without experiencing major changes and leaving the place they call home.

Read More: www.brcliving.org/helping-your-parents/
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Happy Thanksgiving from all of us here at BRC. We are thankful for YOU! ...

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November is National COPD Awareness Month.

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) is a progressive disease that makes it hard to breathe. COPD is a leading cause of death and disability in the U.S. With early diagnosis and treatment, people with COPD, can improve their quality of life and breathe better.

Learn more about COPD here: www.nhlbi.nih.gov/health-topics/education-and-awareness/copd-learn-more-breathe-better/copd-aware...
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Memory loss is a concern for many people. Most people automatically fear that memory issues are caused by dementia or Alzheimer's. There are actually many issues both physical and emotional that could contribute to memory loss. It is always important to talk to your doctor if you are concerned about your memory.

Learn more about memory support at BRC here:
www.brcliving.org/living-options/memory-support/
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Spiritual resilience is our ability to maintain a positive attitude even in the face of adversity. Spiritual resilience does not allow negative situations or even negative people to get us down for too long. The inner strength found within each of us can sustain us and keep us moving forward no matter the circumstances or challenges we are presented with.

If you find yourself struggling with the challenges of daily life, please do not hesitate to contact our BRC Chaplains at 540-828-2480.
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From the Blog

Bridgewater Retirement Community (BRC) today announces the appointment of Jeannette Suter to serve as Vice President for Independent and Assisted Living. Suter comes to BRC with over 15 years of leadership experience in the senior living industry, previously serving as executive director for Generations Crossing, president for AMBRcare Geriatric Care Management, and most recently as... Read more »

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Summer is normally a vacation season. However, 2020 hasn’t been a normal year. The COVID-19 outbreak has forced many people to cancel, postpone, or radically alter their summer vacation plans. For most older Americans, that means remaining at home this summer. While a “staycation” can be difficult in an urban setting where dining and entertainment... Read more »

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The Smiles Say It All! What a joy to see families and residents reunited (even briefly) after so many months apart! Thank you to all the family members who joined the parade and helped to bring such joy to our assisted living and nursing residents.

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All week long, we’ve celebrated the contributions team members make to our community with our annual BRC Week celebration. Now, let’s take a moment to recognize a few specific team members who have gone far above and beyond the call of duty this year. Jason Anderson “Jason is always so helpful and willing to be... Read more »

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Effective 6/22/20, Sarah Hagan is no longer employed at Bridgewater Retirement Community (BRC) as Vice President for Independent Living and Assisted Living. BRC’s president, Rodney Alderfer, issued the following statement: Sarah Hagan’s employment was terminated after we uncovered evidence of significant financial misconduct regarding corporate resources. BRC reported this to the authorities and is cooperating... Read more »

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