Fellowship in the News

August 10, 2020

On Friday, July 31, 2020 Fellowship Senior Living was presented with a check for $110,107.00 from the Fellowship Foundation, the total raised from the recent Healthcare Heroes Program campaign.  The Healthcare Heroes Program was launched in March of this year in response to the COVID-19 health ...

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Fellowship Village Senior Living brought back their Farmers Market offering a mouth watering collection of produce for their residents and team members.  Nothing says 'summer' like fresh produce grown and picked locally. Kristen Jessen-Brown, Asst. Dir. of Dining & Culinary Services at ...

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Life at Fellowship Village continues to move forward. We have ensured that our residents' days are filled with purpose. They are engaged in live stream programming. They are not alone. Click video below to learn more.    

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When the seasons change and it becomes too cold to spend time outdoors for more than a few minutes, many people reduce their activity levels and hibernate for the winter. How many of us have woken up on a cold winter morning and decided we’d rather spend an extra hour in bed than getting up to ...

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In the 2017 National Health Interview Survey (NHIS) the number of American adults participating in yoga grew from 9.5% in 2012 to 14.3% in 2017. There’s Bikram, Hatha, Iyengar, and yes, even goat yoga. It can be overwhelming trying to decide if yoga is right for you. You may even question if it’s ...

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Soccer is rough on the feet! Soccer players are prone to foot and ankle injuries from running, jumping, cutting, contacting players, and striking the soccer ball. While we often see soccer players with ankle sprains of the ligaments, fractures are a significant cause for concern. Knowing the signs ...

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The Pop Heard Round the World (Cup): Women & ACL Injuries Alex Morgan. Megan Rapinoe. Ashlyn Harris. Ali Krieger. What do these women have in common? For one, they are all current members of the United States Women’s National Soccer Team participating in the 2019 World Cup. But for another, ...

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Aerobic exercise reduces the risk of cardiovascular and pulmonary disease, obesity, diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, bone diseases, cognitive decline, and cancer. Numerous studies have demonstrated the positive benefits of increased fitness levels achieved through regular physical ...

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Spring is finally here! Daylight Savings is behind us and that means people all over the country are getting back into outdoor activities after taking the winter off. Everyone is hitting the ground running after months off, but you need to remember there is always a risk of injury when returning to ...

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In a high-impact sport like hockey, players risk injury at any given moment. Injuries occur very quickly and can range from mild to serious. Most hockey injuries occur at the shoulder joint, including clavicle fractures, labral tears, acromioclavicular joint sprain/separation, and shoulder ...

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