It feels good to help, to make a difference to someone who’s hungry. There are a lot of hungry people out there — a quarter of a million people every month get food from Second Harvest Food Bank. We’re talking more than half of them children and seniors, and they only can because people like
Check out Part 2 of the New York Times piece, which covers common questions and concerns around helping your family make the decision to move to and assisted living community. Readers have sent more than 100 questions and suggestions to Debra Drelich, a specialist in geriatric care, about assisted living and other special living arrangements
Thinking about assisted living for yourself or a loved one? Check out this interesting recent article, which appeared in the New York Times. Readers have sent more than 100 questions and suggestions to Debra Drelich, a specialist in geriatric care, about assisted living and other special living arrangements for aging relatives. Debra Drelich, an expert
“The Voice” By Editor Sandra Zabelle Father’s Day was celebrated at Bayview Villa with a tasty menu, Candy, our weekend cook, prepared a delicious meal, featuring tri-tip with baked potatoes, mixed veggies and tiramisu, yummy! Four residents had June birthdays, Patricia V., Tony L., Marilyn J. and Jim S. Frank A. had a birthday in
“The Voice” Bayview Villa’s June 2013 Newsletter By Sandra Zabelle The merry, merry month of May was bustling! There were the usual and excellent entertainers, The Estelle Kelly Singers and Dancers, singer Ken Sosa, accordionist Bob Monticelli, and harpist Angel. A little something for everyone. Rabbi Moshe presides over Friday Shabbat dinner service. Very comforting.