Sterling House of Piqua


Sterling House of Piqua is listed in the Retirement & Life Care Communities & Homes category in Piqua, Ohio. Displayed below are the social networks for Sterling House of Piqua which include a Facebook page, a Linkedin company page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Sterling House of Piqua on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 17.

Contact information for Sterling House of Piqua is:
1744 W High St
Piqua, OH 45356
(937) 773-0500
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Alzheimer's advance: Early stage study in mice show new drugs restore memory loss and prolong life -

Words cannot describe the look on her face! We are so happy that Betty's wish was granted!…

@Lois_Bowers writes about the unsung benefits of CCRC's after visiting Brookdale Westlake in her latest blog post.†…

The benefits of CCRC's are not always known!…

Researchers find a potential target for anti-Alzheimer treatments -

Sweet little Izzy! This little pup moved into Brookdale Kingston with her owner, but when he passed away her Brookdale family couldn't resist keeping her. What a wonderful story!
When family members were unable to take 10-year-old Izzy, the senior living community made the decision to keep her

John Kurz and his piano became residents of Brookdale OC in March 2014. His degree from Notre Dame is in business which he pursued until retirement. He has no formal music training. He plays by ear and memory. His mother, he says, set him down at a piano at the age of three and said “PLAY!” He did…and he does. John attended a session of Virginia's Poetry Corner and played the piano after she read this poem. They had a wonderful time! AN ORDINARY CHAP? Watch that man coming and going An ordinary chap in a baseball cap But wait, it’s the John Kurz we’re seeing And he can make us clap and clap See the twinkle in his dark eyes He knows he’ll have us in his thrall Sit down, let’s wait for his surprise His talent woos and wins us all. John takes his place at the piano He toys with us to show his mood Easy notes let anticipation grow As he works his magical prelude Nodding to his friends this day He greets the audience he’ll heed “Now what would you like me to play?” “Anything and everything,” we plead. We sing with him a favorite love song Dance in our chairs and tap our toes To rhythmic show tunes that follow along One after another until John knows To allow applause to break the spell Then he turned to the powerful phase Of his repertoire and chords fell Deeper and majestic in a fiery blaze A moment of silence…roaring applause Our knowledge that John Kurz could cause Us to fall to our knees anytime he pleased. by Virginia L. Wylie

Waiting does not come to easily to Betty. Are you a patient person like her husband or impatient like Betty? Learn more in today's blog post.
In elementary school, it took forever waiting for the clock to say 3:30.

In some married relationships, one person will end up cooking more than the other. Learn how Bernie became the family chef in today's resident blog!
After nine months of lessons, my sister said that I had learned fairly well to cook for most families.

Brookdale Senior Living shared Alzheimer's Association's post.
This is such a powerful article with a meaningful suggestion to work to find a way to go from "why me" to "whats next" when living with Alzheimer's.
"There's a stigma associated with memory-loss disorders and oftentimes people are afraid to ask for help; I believe my calling is to help reduce that shame." Rev. Cynthia Huling Hummel, D.Min., living with early-stage Alzheimer's, shares how Alzheimer's has become her ministry.
"Because I was young, no one suspected Alzheimer's disease was the cause of my problems."