A wonderful time of year at Beatitudes Campus:
Connecting, learning, and giving back

More than any other time of the year, the holidays feel like they’re made for families, connecting with neighbors and friends, and bringing joy to children. At Beatitudes Campus, you’ll find a big, intergenerational family eager to share friendship and laughter. Throughout the holidays, we host special activities and events that encourage the feeling of […]

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Caring for your mental and emotional well-being

On October 10, World Mental Health Day reminded us all to take a deep breath and take stock in caring for our mental and emotional well-being. Beatitudes Campus joins the international community in promoting ways for you to live your best life—fulfilling, connected, and active—while encouraging you to reach out for help and support whenever […]

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What, exactly, is long-term care?

Long-term care is the common phrase used to describe on-going assistance with activities of daily living, such as bathing, dressing, eating, or walking. The need for long-term care can be indefinite, often lasting years. Long-term care may include skilled nursing care, which is typically provided in a nursing facility and involves 24-hour healthcare provided, or […]

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Cultivating community through diversity

At a time when diversity feels under attack, Beatitudes Campus is a heartwarming, welcoming place open to everyone. Since our founding in 1965, we’ve nurtured an inclusive community that welcomes all people. Our friends and neighbors hail from around the globe, representing all walks of life’s journey. We value every person regardless of gender, race, […]

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What is skilled nursing care?

Designed for individuals with serious health challenges, skilled nursing care provides higher-level medical services and ongoing supervision by a registered nurse, LPN, and other health professionals. This can include monitoring vital signs, wound care, IV therapy, injections, and physical, occupational and speech therapies. Nursing care also encompasses assistance with everyday activities, from medication management and […]

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The purpose of entrance fees

The life plan community concept began about a century ago when faith-based and other charitable organizations sought to provide lifetime shelter and care for the aging.  In exchange for this promise, residents being cared for were usually required to assign most or all of their assets to the organization. Although well-intentioned, this model was less […]

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Residents share what Beatitudes Campus means to them

When you’re considering a move to a new place, it can be helpful to know what the people who live there think and feel about their home and community, the neighbors and staff, as well as the atmosphere and amenities. We asked four residents to tell us about what Beatitudes Campus means to them. We […]

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Is someone you love suffering from dementia or memory issues?

It’s devastating when someone you love begins to have trouble thinking or is diagnosed with dementia. If you’re like most of us, your mind starts swirling with worry, and you can feel precious time slipping away. Then come the questions about what’s next. Will Dad’s memory and ability to think worsen? What can we expect […]

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Ready to eat healthier? Beatitudes Campus can help you reach your goals

By Rodney D. Bailey, MSW, PhD, Senior Vice President March is National Nutrition Month and it reminds us that eating nutritious foods offers big benefits. Research shows eating well can boost your energy, improve your mood, keep your bones strong, enhance your sleep, and extend your life. Healthier eating can even reduce your risk for dementia, some […]

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Exceptional customer service the first time and every time

By Rodney D. Bailey, Senior Vice President of Sales & Marketing At Beatitudes Campus, service to others isn’t just our philosophy; it’s in our DNA. In 1965, our founders envisioned a senior living community devoted to the needs and preferences of older adults and their families. They fostered a welcoming, engaging, vibrant place to retire […]

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