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Celebrate Columbus Day With Columbus Himself! At Regency Heritage

Happy Columbus Day everyone!

Columbus at Regency Heritage

Regency Founder & President, Mr. Gross literally brought Columbus to Regency Heritage (for many thousands of dollars and..) for your viewing pleasure!

Our one-of-a-kind, priceless Columbus sculpture in sterling silver and gold, has already generated much interest from the community and beyond and has become a popular conversation piece at Regency Heritage where it is on permanent display.

Take a look at our Columbus lobby and sculpture photos below!

The centerpiece of our majestic new lobby extension, is a breathtaking statue of Columbus, replete with intricate carvings and details. Mr. Gross purchased this priceless piece of art and had it flown in from overseas where it was housed in a museum.

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Declaring Our Achievements – PROUDLY!

Courtney Campbell, writing for Country Living, yesterday, has this cute piece to outline and identify “20 things that make life so much easier for people over 50.”

I would posit that there is (minimally) an item # 21 for the list!

Namely, a 5-Star quality healthcare facility in your local area for post-acute care recovery and rehabilitation, or long term skilled nursing care, in case you (or your loved one) should ever need it!

To this end, I could name you 4 facilities in Jersey that qualify, beginning with the name Regency!

In fact, as I write these lines, look at what I just received in the mail from  SeniorAdvisor.com for Regency Park (3 more of these to follow for our other locations).

It is our 2017 Best In Senior Care Award printed on a plastic banner – soon to be on full display in our lobbies!!

I literally just unrolled it from the plastic and placed it on the floor to take this photo!

 

 

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What is Dementia?

We talk about this so much in the Healthcare world.

We care for Alzheimer’s and Dementia sufferers at Regency Nursing Centers with so much compassion and with such skill and empathy..

We have been doing this so well at Regency, for so long.

But what is it?

How do we define it?

What does it mean to/for different people?

Someone just sent me this video.

I felt it was so real and was so touched by it, I though’t I’d cry.

I want to share the video with you, our beloved readers.

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End Your Week On An Inspirational Note!

This weekends Regency ‘Daily Dose Of Inspiration’ is difficult, as I have multiple messages to share.

You know what, I’ll share ’em all!

Let’s start with the delightful Ann S, who has successfully completed her post-acute rehabilitation at Regency Grande Nursing and Rehabilitation and is now ready to return home with her son in health and happiness! Her magnificent smile and great charm has endeared her to us all during her short stay here. We will miss you Ann! God bless and stay Safe! Here is Ann with that captivating smile and her Regency Certificate of Completion.

This week saw the passing of the World’s oldest man and the only member of his immediate family to survive the Holocaust – at the age of 113.


Polish-born Yisrael Kristal died on Friday, a month before he was due to turn 114, Israeli media reported.

Mr Kristal, who lived in Haifa, Israel, hit the headlines last year after deciding to celebrate his bar mitzvah a century late.
The original celebration had not taken place because World War One broke out.

Read about this inspirational man, over here.

Finally, I wish to share a word about the late, great musician, Glen Campbell, who did so much to raise the public awareness regarding the dreaded disease known as Alzheimer’s, by virtue of his long, personal and heroic battle against the illness. His passing this past week leaves a great void and he most certainly left the world a better place than the one he found when he entered it. His impression and influence will be indelibly etched into the fabric of American society and his captivating music will continue to inspire, including in this video clip below.