Ideas for safe outdoor activities this spring

Here at Meadow Oaks, we’re so excited to finally be moving toward spring. The thought of being able to spend more time outside is like a breath of fresh air!Here are a few ideas for activities you and your family and friends can do outside this spring, while staying safe and socially distanced. Outdoor wine tasting picnic – Have each … Read More

ISL president, CEO share a message about the importance of getting COVID-19 vaccine

For this month’s blog, we want to put an emphasis on the importance of getting vaccinated against COVID-19. Check out this video of Sue Farrow, Integral Senior Living’s founder and owner, and Collette Gray, ISL’s president and CEO, talking about their vaccination experience. Or simply read through the transcript below! Transcript: Sue: Hi, I’m Sue Farrow, and I’m the founder … Read More

Our favorite resolutions for 2021

We can’t believe it’s already January again! With 2020 behind us, we’re excited for the opportunity to plan for the future and set new personal goals for 2021. Setting resolutions can be a wonderful way for seniors and their loved ones to inspire changes that will provide a better quality of life. If you can’t decide what you want to … Read More

Help spruce up your loved one’s senior living space for the holidays

Now that Thanksgiving is over, it’s time to turn our minds to decking the halls and enjoying all that winter brings us. Of course, we all know there will be some things that look a little different this year. At Meadow Oaks, associates are dedicated to ensuring that our residents have the tools they need to embrace both familiar and … Read More

How to take care of yourself this holiday season

We have officially hit holiday season! We’re hoping that this season is the most wonderful part of 2020 (it won’t be hard to top many parts of this year!) for you and your family. While we know that many people are shifting their focus to spreading joy to others, we just want to make sure we remind you to take … Read More

How to celebrate Halloween safely this year

We’re so excited to put together Halloween-themed activities that will allow our residents here at Meadow Oaks to get together in a safe way and give everyone a chance to enjoy some spooky fun this October. Although this holiday will look different from how it has in the past, it is important to keep creating memories. The Meadow Oaks Vibrant … Read More

Tips to keep life vibrant in the fall

The start of September means the beginning of all things fall-themed – pumpkin spice lattes, fall decorations, bonfires, corn mazes and of course slightly cooler weather.  We all know that autumn will look a little different this year, especially for our friends and families here at Meadow Oaks; but that doesn’t mean that we can’t still make it fun. Our … Read More

How to have a fun summer while staying safe from coronavirus

As the weather begins to turn warmer and we move into summer, we’re thinking about new ways to have fun while staying safe. With COVID-19 sticking around, we must still follow recommendations by the CDC to stay safe while living a vibrant life. Our first priority at Meadow Oaks is keeping our residents and associates safe, but we also believe … Read More

How to celebrate Father’s Day during coronavirus outbreak

We blinked, and now June is right around the corner. Summer is approaching quickly, and along with it are the holidays it brings. In June, we celebrate Father’s Day. This special day honors the great men in our lives who have served as our fathers, father figures, mentors and role models. The way we celebrate these great men may look … Read More

Meadow Oaks of Roseville remembers the women who make a difference

As we move into Women’s History Month and look forward to International Women’s Day on March 8, our team at Meadow Oaks of Roseville is taking a moment to think about the many contributions women have made throughout history and the benefits they have brought to our lives. It’s so important not only to honor the women who have made … Read More