Thank you to all of the residents, families and friends that joined the Edgeworth Park staff at this year’s annual Walk to End Alzheimer’s!
One of our favorite occasions each month is a visit from our friends at Blooms That Grow. They bring beautiful flowers for our residents to arrange in vases for the entire community to enjoy!
The staff of Edgeworth Park joined residents in hosting a safe Trick or Treating event at the community. Children and adults dressed in all types of festive outfits to celebrate the occasion.
Edgeworth Park at New Town was pleased to be selected for “best of” in the categories of Best Assisted Living and Best New Business in The Virginia Gazette’s Best of Williamsburg Awards.
To read the entire story relating to the awards won by Edgeworth Park at New Town, CLICK HERE.
Winter, Spring, Summer or Fall, there is never a shortage of things to do in Williamsburg, Virginia. It’s an area rich in history and heritage that offers something new for visitors and life-long Virginians alike – all within close proximity to Edgeworth Park at New Town. Below, we’ve listed some of the fun, educational and unique experiences residents can enjoy as part of the Williamsburg, Virginia community. Explore the city, show friends and family around, and maybe even learn a thing or two about the rich history of Williamsburg! Read More
As we age, many changes occur. Some of the changes are welcomed – retirement, more time with grandkids, or being able to focus on hobbies we didn’t previously have time for. Other changes that come with age are less desirable and can be sources of frustration. One big issue is the change in sleeping patterns, such as trouble falling asleep at night or extreme drowsiness well before typical bedtime. There are many factors that can contribute to this common occurrence. Read More
Learning something new or meeting new people and getting to know them are great ways to keep your mind sharp. Physical benefits such as warding off dementia and depression, lowering blood pressure, reducing the risks of osteoporosis and rheumatoid arthritis, are added benefits, all related to staying socially active. Read More
As we age, it is common for our ability to memorize and remember details to fade. Severe memory loss, in the forms of dementia and Alzheimer’s disease, are two more significant forms of memory degradation that can greatly affect cognitive and motor skills. Read More