Category: General

Busy, Inquisitive, Secure. That’s Glenmeadow.

March 3, 2017

There’s a story behind our hummingbird logo that we’d like to tell you. While we’re at it, we’ll also offer up a little Glenmeadow history. What you know today as Glenmeadow came into being in 1884, when a group of civic leaders developed The Springfield Home for Aged Women. This safe and dignified residence opened […]

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Part of the Family

February 21, 2017

Jennifer “Jenn” Velasquez doesn’t just care for seniors in the Glenmeadow community. She builds relationships with them and becomes part of the family. That’s how Phyllis and Earl Winer, Glenmeadow residents, became Jenn’s “adoptive parents.” “We’ve been through a lot together,” says Jenn, a full-time certified nursing assistant (CNA) with Glenmeadow at Home. “I’ve been […]

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Glenmeadow is Offering Three New Balance Programs

February 7, 2017

Our certified personal trainer, Debbie Padden, has been working with seniors for many years, and she has learned that on their list of health priorities, balance is top of mind. To help them improve in that critical area—making seniors safer as well as stronger—Glenmeadow has unveiled three new wellness programs for 2017 that focus on […]

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A Lesser-Known Facet of our Philanthropic Efforts

January 30, 2017

Signs of our philanthropic nature can be found around the community, but one way in which we give back often escapes the public’s eye, so we’d like to tell you about it. Oftentimes, we have residents who settle here at Glenmeadow, and then, down the road, find that they have depleted their assets. When this […]

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