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November 2019 Activity Calendars

Alzheimer’s/Dementia Caregiver Support Group – November 19

Alzheimer’s/Dementia Caregiver Support Group

When: November 19th @ 5:30pm

Where: Campbell Cove

RSVP: 601-856-0123

St. Catherine’s Village will be hosting an Alzheimer’s/Dementia Caregiver Support Group on November 19th @ 5:30pm – 7:00pm.

 

Parkinson’s Support Group – November 4th

Parkinson’s Support Group

When: Monday, November 4th, 2019 @ 4:30pm

Are you or a loved one struggling with Parkinson’s Disease or conditions related to Parkinson’s Disease and feeling overwhelmed? You are not alone. Learn coping skills and ways to enhance your quality of life while also sharing with others who are facing similar challenges. Dr. Juebin Huang, a Neurologist and member of the MIND Center clinical and research team will facilitate.

Juebin Huang, MD
Dr. Huang’s clinical practice is focused on general neurology with a special interest in neurodegenerative and movement disorders such as Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, Tremor, Vascular dementia, and Mild Cognitive Impairment. His research interests include exploration of experimental therapeutics for Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases and the study of Neuroimaging biomarkers for aging and dementia. Dr. Huang is a member of the American Academy of Neurology.

RSVP by Saturday, November 2nd: Call (601) 856-0123 or email village@stdom.com

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October 2019 Activity Calendars

Paint It Purple Party

Paint It Purple Party

When: September 27, 2019 10am-1pm

Where: Campbell Cove – 200 Dominican Drive, Madison, MS 39110

For more info contact La’Toya Thomas 601-856-0113

FEATURING · A Memorial and Balloon Release · Carnival Themed party for the Residents where pizza, snow cones, popcorn, nachos, funnel cake fries, purple punch, taffy and cotton candy will be served!!!
Benefiting those that are living with Dementia and in MEMORY of those that have transitioned on.
THIS EVENT IS FREE AND OPEN TO ALL SCV RESIDENTS AND EMPLOYEES.
PLEASE WEAR YOUR PURPLE ON THIS DAY IN SUPPORT OF ALZHEIMER’S AWARENESS MONTH.

Alzheimer’s/Dementia Caregiver Support Group – October 22

Alzheimer’s/Dementia Caregiver Support Group

When: October 22nd @ 5:30pm

Where: Campbell Cove

RSVP: 601-856-0123

St. Catherine’s Village will be hosting an Alzheimer’s/Dementia Caregiver Support Group on October 22nd @ 5:30pm – 7:00pm.

 

Annual First Responders Appreciation Celebration

Annual First Responders Appreciation Celebration – October 16

  • Date:  October 16, 2019
  • Time: 11 a.m.-1:30 p.m.
  • Place: Commons Activity Room, 200 Dominican Drive, Madison, MS
  • Cost: FREE!
  • RSVP at (601) 856-0123 or email village@stdom.com

St. Catherine’s Village would like to honor those who serve and protect! Join us for our annual First Responders Appreciation Celebration featuring a savory barbecue meal prepared by our world-class chef. We have a delicious opportunity to show our support to the Ridgeland Police and Fire Departments, the Madison Police and Fire Departments, the Pafford Ambulance team, Madison County Sheriff’s Department, and Metro One responders who dedicate their lives to helping ours!

New Campbell Cove Residents Can Save By Moving In This Fall

(Madison, Mississippi)—September is World Alzheimer’s Month and St. Catherine’s Village is responding with a special offer on Campbell Cove memory care. New residents who move into Campbell Cove before October 31, 2019 can save 10 percent on monthly service fees for one year.

According to Alzheimer’s Disease International (ADI), the organization that created World Alzheimer’s Month eight years ago, the goal of this global campaign is to raise awareness about dementia and its impact on families. This year’s theme is “Let’s talk about dementia: End the stigma.”

“Alzheimer’s Disease effects more than just memory, it also hinders cognitive skills, problem solving and judgment,” said Felichia Fields, assistant executive director of St. Catherine’s Village Life Plan Community in Madison, Mississippi. “For those suffering from dementia or memory loss, preserving their independence and dignity become the main priority to ensure the best quality of life.”

That’s why St. Catherine’s Village created a protected—yet comfortable, homelike—environment at Campbell Cove. The architectural design minimizes obstacles while the floor plan features way finding cues and circulation paths to guide people from one place to another. Small yet distinctive neighborhoods reinforce familiarity while space is available to support family-size gatherings, as well.

Campbell Cove accommodates 36 residents in three color-coded wings, each with a common living room and dining area along with 12 furnished private bedrooms. The residential wings join together in a large multipurpose area with an arts and crafts room, recreation center, country kitchen, and living room.

“With its combination of personal and public spaces, this layout gives residents the opportunity for alone time; however, they can still participate in activities as they desire,” said Fields.

Outside are secure landscaped patios and a walking garden so residents and their families can spend time outdoors in a safeguarded setting.

Included in the monthly fees at Campbell Cove are three meals a day; coffee and refreshments; supervision of self-administered medications; assistance with activities of daily living such as bathing, dressing and grooming; 24-hour professional nursing staff; utilities except telephone and internet; weekly housekeeping and linen laundering; and 24-hour security.

Not only is Campbell Cove licensed by the State of Mississippi as an “Alzheimer’s Assisted Living” facility, St. Catherine’s Village has received “Exemplary” recognition for its person-centered programming. Care is activity-focused with the objective of fostering involvement and engagement through an array of stimulating activities and familiar sensory experiences. Scheduled events and entertainment along with unplanned interactions are designed to support cognitive and physical functioning, thus helping residents maintain their freedom for as long as possible.

“From social to cultural, recreational to spiritual…these activities enhance the quality of life for those living in Campbell Cove,” said Fields.

To provide compassionate care, all Campbell Cove staff members are specially trained and follow a social model of care to offer loving, nurturing assistance while supporting each person’s capabilities and affirming his or her dignity.

Unparalleled services and facilities are the hallmark of not only Campbell Cove but all of St. Catherine’s Village. Located on 160 acres in Madison, it is the first retirement community in Mississippi to earn accreditation by CARF-CCAC. This “commitment to excellence” seal signifies that the campus exceeds the standards established by the only international accrediting body for Continuing Care Retirement Communities.

The private, gated community boasts wooded grounds, protected and beautiful outdoor spaces, a caring staff, on-site resident-centered nursing care, and a mission-focused environment for adults age 62 and older.

As Madison’s preeminent Life Plan Community, St. Catherine’s Village offers independent living in apartments and garden homes, assisted living in Marian Hall, memory care in Campbell Cove, memory care with skilled nursing in Hughes Center, and skilled nursing in Siena Center as well as the campus’ newest building, Tuscany.

To learn how new residents who move into Campbell Cove by October 31 can save 10 percent on monthly service fees for one year, log onto www.StCatherinesVillage.com or call (601) 856-0123 to schedule a tour.

Parkinson’s Support Group – October 7th

Parkinson’s Support Group

When: October 7th, 2019 @ 4:00pm

Are you or a loved one struggling with Parkinson’s Disease or conditions related to Parkinson’s Disease and feeling overwhelmed? You are not alone. Learn coping skills and ways to enhance your quality of life while also sharing with others who are facing similar challenges. Dr. Juebin Huang, a Neurologist and member of the MIND Center clinical and research team will facilitate.

Juebin Huang, MD
Dr. Huang’s clinical practice is focused on general neurology with a special interest in neurodegenerative and movement disorders such as Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, Tremor, Vascular dementia, and Mild Cognitive Impairment. His research interests include exploration of experimental therapeutics for Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases and the study of Neuroimaging biomarkers for aging and dementia. Dr. Huang is a member of the American Academy of Neurology.

RSVP by Saturday, October 5th: Call (601) 856-0123 or email village@stdom.com

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September 2019 Activity Calendars