Beaverdale Estates Retirement Residence

Beaverdale Estates Retirement Residence
Beaverdale Estates Retirement Residence is listed in the Retirement & Life Care Communities & Homes category in Des Moines, Iowa. Displayed below are the social networks for Beaverdale Estates Retirement Residence which include a Facebook page, a Linkedin company page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Beaverdale Estates Retirement Residence on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 80.

Contact information for Beaverdale Estates Retirement Residence is:
4610 Douglas Ave
Des Moines, IA 50310
(515) 278-1715

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Beaverdale Estates Retirement Residence has an overall ZapScore of 80. This means that Beaverdale Estates Retirement Residence has a higher ZapScore than 80% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Des Moines, Iowa is 41 and in the category is 43. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Are you considered one of the primary caregivers for your aging parent? Certainly a big part of that is monitoring or managing finances. In our recent study, 65 percent of respondents said they “have access to, or are able to view their parent’s bank accounts.” Do you? Having access to your loved one’s finances helps to give you peace of mind there isn’t any financial mismanagement occurring. Explore options to assist your parents’ financial life in our free e-book:

Not everyone is a financial expert, but with help from trusted resources like adult children or other close relatives, it can be easier for seniors to navigate their finances. Older adults looking to enlist financial help from their grown-up kids can start with the advice and recommendations found in this article:

Knowing when it’s time to take the extra step and provide support for your aging parent can be a bit difficult to judge at times. You obviously want the absolute best for mom or dad, but at what point do you step up—without overstepping your bounds? For additional tips and resources to help you get started, download our free e-book:

Holiday Retirement residents consistently participate in activities that enrich their lives and keep them happy and healthy. In honor of Women’s Golf Month, learn why Vivian Czarnecki of Point Defiance Village chose golf as her hobby:

"Dad, I want you to be as independent as possible for as long as possible,” you might say. “How are we going to help you do that? What are the sorts of things that we need to ensure are surrounding you in the long term that will provide for your independence in the future?” In the most recent HuffPost article from Jamison Gosselin, senior vice president of marketing and communications for Holiday Retirement, he discusses finances and older adults—two strategies to consider, like advocating for independence, and two strategies to avoid. Read on at
Typically, adult children wait far too long to discuss finances with their aging parents. They are usually motivated by a prompt, perhaps one parent fall...

We’re proud to announce that 34 of our communities have been awarded the "@Caring Star" award for 2017…

@SproutSocial does enterprise level come with account support / rep?

@corymeyerr We're not mad, just disappointed ;)

Raised $1,200 for #FFA of #Merced, plus the mayor cut our 15-foot-long strawberry shortcake!…

@catsntorts @CoxComm uh oh. Which community had the work done? Please let us know so we can address safety concerns.