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Coats for Kids 2018

We are proud to be an official drop-off location for Coats for Kids 2018. Please bring new and gently used coats to our campus October 22 - November 16.

Five Health Benefits of Owning a Dog

You’ve heard it said, “An apple a day keeps the doctor away”, but you may not have heard “A dog is good for your health.” Some people think dog ownership means dog hair on the sofa, veterinarian bills, and an extra mouth to feed, but recent medical research may change that way of thinking. Research has shown a number of surprising health benefits of dog ownership, especially in older adults.

3 Steps for Preparing Essential Documents for Seniors

Don't let an emergency of a loved one leave you scrambling for official documents. By proactively gathering essential healthcare and financial papers, an emergency can be a little less stressful for caregivers when they need critical access to information to help a family member.

National Donut Day- June 1

"Donut" it sound delicious... A FREE donut that is! You saw that right. In celebration of National Donut Day Exceptional Living Center of Brazil will be giving out FREE donuts and orange juice on June 1 from 8:00-10:00 a.m.

Stay Strong and Healthy, Guys, with Routine Screenings

Doctor visits for annual exams and preventative medicine are 100% higher for women than men. This reluctance to seek regular medical attention may contribute to the fact that men have higher rates of heart disease, cancer, stroke, and diabetes.

Picnic in the Park - May 19

Join Exceptional Living Center of Brazil and Towne Park Assisted Living with a FREE Family Funday Picnic in the Park on May 19 from 12-2 p.m. We will be grilling hamburgers and hotdogs and serving chips, watermelon, and cole slaw as we celebrate spring! LOCATION: FOREST PARK, COW PALACE

Move It! Exercise for Seniors

Let's Move It! Exercise helps prevent heart disease, reduces arthritis pain, and helps reduce the risk of diabetes. Staying active can reduce stiffness and increase energy, strength, mobility, and independence.