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Blog - December 2018

Maintaining Joy During the Holiday Season

Posted on December 14, 2018 in Health and Wellness

Joy is a major tenant of the holiday season. For some people, particularly the elderly, maintaining that sense of wonder, comfort, and joy throughout the holiday season can be difficult. These tips will help restore your joy so you can enjoy a holiday filled with good cheer.

Fulfilling Your Dreams Later in life

Posted on December 07, 2018 in Learning

Today is the perfect day to begin fulfilling your dreams. At Ohio Living Breckenridge Village, we identify spiritual, intellectual, physical, and social fulfillment as keys to living successfully. What this means for people who have unfulfilled dreams, is that today is a great day to make those dreams happen. If you’ve postponed your dreams along the way, it’s a great time to rediscover them.

Blog - November 2018

Encouraging Others in Their Spiritual Growth

Posted on November 30, 2018 in Spiritual Life

Spiritual wellness is the process of embracing those things in life that offer you meaning, happiness, and purpose; the things that ultimately matter the most in the world. For many individuals, participating in religious or spiritual acts allows them to look beyond themselves so that they can find a greater sense of purpose.

3 Easy Steps to Flu Prevention

Posted on November 09, 2018 in Health and Wellness

Taking care of physical health is an important part of successful living. This means you must be proactive about your health. During winter, this means you need to take steps to prevent illnesses, like flu, that can have devastating long-term health effects.

Blog - October 2018

Transitioning Home From A Rehab Center

Posted on October 26, 2018 in Rehabilitation

You’ve worked hard to rehabilitate your body after your illness or injury and are now ready to return home. While the hard part of the process is mostly over, returning home may present a few unexpected challenges. The good news is that there are things you can do that will help you enjoy a smoother transition from your rehab center to home.