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From performances and events to wellness workshops and special brunches on our campus, we offer an exciting variety of happenings. RSVP now for an upcoming event, meet our exceptionally warm and welcoming residents, and see our campus firsthand. All events are free to you as our guest. You’re always welcome to bring a guest, too. Our hospitality offers the best way to discover everything we believe in.
Laugh for the Health of it! with Dr. Dale Anderson
July 19, 2018 – 2:00 pm
Does health bring happiness, or does happiness bring health? Come be part of a giggling good time as Dr. Dale Anderson—known as Dr. Act Happy—reminds us to never act our age. Dr. Anderson has years of primary, holistic, emergency and surgery medical experience, and now speaks to crowds about the effects of laughter and smiles on increased good health.
The Real Story on Real Estate with Kate Curran of Moving Station
August 07, 2018 – 2:00 pm
Selling your home and making the move to Covenant Village of Golden Valley can be easier than you imagined! We’ve invited Kate Curran of Moving Station, the leaders in senior relocation, to provide insights into real estate market trends and tips on preparing your home for sale. It’s our gift to you—guidance from a Personal Relocation Manager!
Summer's Last Call Picnic Celebration
August 23, 2018 – 12:00 pm to 2:00 pm
Music: 12:30 p.m.
Join us for an afternoon of fun as we celebrate the close of the summer season with one last barbeque bash. We’ll be serving up all your summer favorites while The Brass Barn Polka Band performs their unique blend of classical, jazz, funk and traditional polka music. It’s sure to be a toe-tapping good time!
"A study by professors Julianne Holt-Lunstad and Timothy Smith of Brigham Young University found that prolonged social isolation is as harmful to health as smoking 15 cigarettes a day, and is more harmful than obesity." Learn more about the effects of isolation by reading this article from AARP. ... See moreSee less
Studies show that the imagination and creativity of older adults can flourish in later life, helping them to realize unique, unlived potentials, even when suffering from Alzheimer’s or Parkinson’s disease. Creative expression provides seniors with multiple benefits, not the least of which is enhanced cognitive function. ow.ly/U8nv30kRKZd... See moreSee less
Making the move to a retirement community? The reality of having to deal with all the belongings you’ve accumulated over the years may be daunting. These five steps can help you move past those feelings and help jump-start the downsizing process! ow.ly/Hn2830kJzUn... See moreSee less
When people begin to think about retirement, they often start contemplating moving to a retirement community or “downsizing” to a smaller, more manageable home. This process can be overwhelming and lead to procrastination, but it doesn't have to. Jump-start the process with these 5 steps.
"Another benefit to creative endeavors is the role they play in the brain elasticity of older adults. In recent years, the field of behavioral neuroscience has discovered more about the brain’s ability to adapt and keep itself vital. Researchers have found that sustained, creative challenges are a way to help keep brains fit." #CreativityAtCRC ow.ly/C59330kylPL... See moreSee less
Participation in creative endeavors, the process of exploring new possibilities through problem-solving and building new products or outcomes, can greatly benefit both physical and mental health for seniors.
Along with residential living, our community offers an array of healthcare services including assisted living, memory care, rehabilitation, and skilled nursing! You do not have to be a current resident to take advantage of our healthcare communities and services. ow.ly/3Mwj30kCLkRSkilled Care and Rehabilitation Services Philosophy Welcome Video at Covenant Retirement Communities ... See moreSee less
Alzheimer’s not only affects the individual with the disease. It also strains relationships with family members who play the caregiver role. If you are a caregiver, remember that you need to take care of yourself as well! Here are a few helpful reminders from the Alzheimer’s Association. #ENDALZ ... See moreSee less