Sterling House of Central

Sterling House of Central
Sterling House of Central is listed in the Nursing Homes category in Central, South Carolina. Displayed below are the social networks for Sterling House of Central which include a Facebook page, a Linkedin company page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Sterling House of Central on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 85.

Contact information for Sterling House of Central is:
131 Vickery Dr
Central, SC 29630
(864) 654-1728
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@WiserHomeCare Virginia always keeps us laughing! We are glad you enjoy her poems as much as we do! :)

@tjmall09 @Schaeffer1786 How awesome!! Happy birthday!

We all know drinking water is important, but sometimes it's not all fun and games! Read Virginia's poem about the plights of hydration.

Consuming enough water is important in all stages of life. Virginia has a poem that may help remind you why.…

Spending time outside every day has been scientifically proven to reduce stress, lower depression and enhance mental well-being, along with a whole slew of other physical benefits. It can be challenging for individuals suffering from Alzheimer's or dementia to get outside, so it's important to create opportunities for them to enjoy the fresh air. And there's no better day to start than today, on #EarthDay!
The need to go outside and connect with the earth's cycles doesn't disappear with disease.

Today on Earth Day, watch this heartwarming video about the flourishing vegetable gardens that brought smiles to our residents!
Brookdale dementia residents spend the summer growing a garden.

Exercise may improve the odds of surviving a heart attack.

Learn to love the outdoors again by letting childhood memories guide you. #EarthDay.

In today's post, our resident blogger Betty shares her honest perspective on the ups and downs of book club!
This morning, I went to the monthly meeting of our CCRC book club.

Beverly and Carrielou are life-long friends who were separated in 1960 when Beverly got married and moved. Recently, Carrielou was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease and became unable to visit loved ones or talk on the phone. Beverly and Carrielou could no longer stay in touch - they missed each other and wanted to spend quality time together. Wish of a Lifetime and Brookdale granted their wish and sent Beverly to California to reunite with her friend - letting the two build new memories.