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Manage Anxiety & Stress Series, Part 1

Primrose Precautionary Measures Regarding COVID-19 as of March 17, 2020

Primrose is utilizing recommendations from the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and local and state health departments to implement precautionary measures against COVID-19 (Coronavirus).  We have detailed plans in place in each of our communities for COVID-19.  Our staff are trained in infection control practices and following those protocols every day. The health… Read more

Primrose Precautionary Measures Regarding COVID-19 as of March 13, 2020

3/13/2020:  All Primrose communities are restricted to employees, essential third-party medical providers, and family members in certain situations such as end of life care. All incoming Primrose employees will be screened upon returning for their scheduled shift. Primrose highly encourages residents to stay home as much as possible to further reduce their risk of being… Read more

Primrose Precautionary Measures Regarding COVID-19 as of March 12, 2020

Primrose is utilizing recommendations from the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and local and state health departments to implement precautionary measures against COVID-19 (Coronavirus).  We have detailed plans in place in each of our communities for COVID-19.  Our staff are trained in infection control practices and following those protocols every day. The health… Read more

The Benefits of Being a Volunteer

Former religious leader and author Gordon Hinckley once said, “One of the great ironies in life is this: He or she who serves almost always benefits more than he or she who is served.” Volunteers play a vital role in spreading kindness within our communities and helping those less fortunate than themselves, and senior citizens… Read more

Don’t Just Stand There – Do Something!

Residents stretching during senior living activities

Living an active lifestyle has many health benefits that can lead to a longer, happier life. If, however, you are not getting enough exercise, you may be at greater risk for serious conditions like heart disease, kidney disease, cancer, and depression. Understanding the dangers of a sedentary lifestyle will go a long way towards promoting… Read more

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