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What’s New Here on the Campus

October 30, 2023

We hope you’re having a nice Fall season, cool as it has been. Since many of you have been asking, we thought we’d give you a quick update on what’s new here on the campus.

National Active Aging Week

September 25, 2023

Last week Waterman Village participated in National Active Ageing Week. The week was created by the ICAA (International Council of Active Ageing). It is celebrated in over 3,000 communities and has been celebrated since 2003. The week focuses on changing the stigma of ageing. Waterman Village had events that highlighted education, engagement & fun physical…

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5 FAQ-Outpatient Therapy

August 4, 2023

Health Evaluation

If you are prescribed rehabilitation therapy by your doctor after an illness or injury, choosing the right provider is key to your recovery and success. Below are some of the frequently asked questions to help make a solid decision. 1: What types of therapy are offered on an outpatient basis? When choosing a provider, it…

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Choosing a Retirement Community-Activities

July 16, 2023

Senior Outdoor Activity

There are many different facets and things to think about before choosing a retirement community.  One of them is the amount and quality of activities that are available to residents at the retirement community on a regular basis. There is a direct correlation between the number of activity staff that a retirement community employs, and…

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What is Waterman Village’s Refund Policy?

June 8, 2023

Q & A I know that for half of Waterman Village’s independent living residences, a lump-sum life-lease fee is required. What is Waterman Village’s refund policy? Waterman Village offers life-time refunds that stay the same. They don’t decline. This is unique in Florida for a community that offers all four levels of living on one…

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Non-Profit vs. For-Profit Nursing Homes: Is There a Difference in Care?

May 10, 2023

Doctor consulting with senior woman

When evaluating skilled nursing/rehabilitation centers, it’s common to consider the most obvious factors. Is the building clean and well maintained? Is the food good? Are the people nice? Does your physician or hospital recommend it? What do your friends and neighbors say about it? However, you may be overlooking a key factor that will determine…

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