Tag: Neighbors helping Neighbors

Senior Village at SaddleBrooke – Neighbors helping Neighbors

Stay Off Ladders in Your Home! Diane Demeroutis Did you know older people are particularly vulnerable to falling from ladders? Although they fell from lower heights, the elderly sustained different and more severe injuries than younger adults. The University of Arizona Medical Center Trauma Registry studied falls from ladders over a five-year period. Our aging…

Senior Village at SaddleBrooke – Neighbors helping Neighbors

Choose Your Option to Give Where You Live Linda Hampton When SaddleBrooke residents respond to the oft-asked question, “Why did you move here?”, their replies often include comments about the weather, or the mountains, or the amenities, or the low cost of living, but, more often than not, a deciding reason is “because the people are so friendly.”…

Senior Village at SaddleBrooke – Neighbors helping Neighbors

Cheerful May Baskets Stephanie Thomas What do butterflies, flower buds, and SaddleBrooke residents have in common? Answer: They are all bursting forth with new spring energy. To celebrate SaddleBrooke’s post-vaccination emergence, Senior Village wanted to spread much-needed cheer to randomly selected members by delivering May baskets, provided by a special gift fund. Friendly Contact and…

Senior Village at SaddleBrooke: Neighbors helping Neighbors

Vicki and Nick Palumbo meet with membership volunteer, LaVonne Ashwood, to join Senior Village.

Senior Village Welcomes All Ages Stephanie Thomas Senior Village is not like a club where people congregate because they share a hobby or sports interest. Village membership is open to everyone in SaddleBrooke, and all ages can utilize the services. From the youngest Village member at 51 years old, to the most elderly at 97, they…