May 2021 Events
We have several informative virtual events on the calendar! All of the detailed information (including registration links) is below. read more…
With the start of May, we’re almost into the summer season! Our Tribe has been working hard to offer our community informative webinars (with even more coming up this month!) and making a difference in our hometown of Johns Creek, GA.
Spring has sprung and we have a busy month ahead of us! Our April 2021 Newsletter highlights all the events we’re hosting and participating in this month, as well as some community updates!
This March we’re partnering with several organizations to offer our audience insightful and valuable webinars. We have a brief list below, for even more details head over to our Events Page. Also, note that at each webinar this month, participants will be entered to win a $50 gift card!
Happy 2021! It’s a New Year with exciting prospects on the horizon. In our Winter 2021 Newsletter, we’re sharing updates for Johns Creek community members, upcoming events, as well as resources for those with older loved ones.
Happy holiday season!
Despite the difficulties that 2020 brought, our Tribe at Vineyard Johns Creek has continued to grow and thrive this past year. We’re very excited to serve the families of our community and to welcome our future residents!
Our Holiday Newsletter encompasses some of our recent updates, resources for seniors and caregivers as we head into the holiday season, as well as everything we have on tap for December! Thanks for stopping by and reading.
Vineyard Johns Creek, an assisted living and memory care community, announced today the opening of their information center for COVID-safe visits. In addition, the community has announced the hiring of two new members to their executive leadership team. The information center is located at 10475 Medlock Bridge Rd STE 410.
In real life, it is not as fun or healthy to be scared. Unfortunately, there have been a lot of scary things happening in 2020. The biggest one, of course, is the COVID-19. Many people are experiencing stress, anxiety, and depression during this time. These are some ways that can help manage stress and anxiety.
In the middle stage of Alzheimer’s disease, those who were care partners now become hands-on caregivers. Join us for this 3-part Alzheimer’s caregiver webinar series!
Experienced caregivers and professionals will discuss helpful strategies to provide safe, effective, and comfortable care in the middle stage of Alzheimer’s.