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4 Best Winter Activities for Seniors in Nashville

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Winter’s here, but chillier temps don’t mean adventures end. Seniors in the Nashville, Brentwood and Franklin area can bundle up and enjoy a range of unique experiences with friends and family. Nashville’s mild winters, beautiful outdoors and vibrant city culture create a winter filled with possibility. From experiencing your own Tender Tennessee Christmas to touring… Read more »

Five Ways to Stay Emotionally Well While Staying at Home

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In these extraordinary times, when we are being urged to “go home and stay home,” it can be easy to slide into a gloomy mood. Fortunately, there are some tips and tricks you can take to help you stay serene and even upbeat while you socially distance. Look for Inspirational Stories Every day we’re bombarded… Read more »

Five Ways Seniors Can Stay Happy and Healthy While Self-Isolating

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Everyone has a part to play in slowing the spread of COVID-19 and protecting the most vulnerable from the disease—which is why we must practice social distancing right now. Just because you have to stay home for your own good doesn’t mean you can’t have a front-row seat to life’s pleasures and inspirations. Here are… Read more »

Remote Medical Visits Can Protect Your Health and Help Flatten the COVID-19 Curve

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As COVID-19 spreads across the United States like wildfire, sitting in a doctor’s waiting room with other patients—some of whom may be infected with this novel coronavirus—can be dangerous to your health. Luckily, in this era of social distancing, you can get treated for mild and most moderate symptoms of COVID-19 without having to step… Read more »

Did You Notice a Decline in Your Parents Over the Holidays?

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During the holidays, many families may have visited their aging loved ones, seeing them in-person for the first time in months, possibly even since last year. These visits are important because they provide families with time to reconnect and share in the joys of the season, but they also provide adult children with a valuable… Read more »

Holiday Gift Ideas for the Seniors in Your Life

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Holiday shopping is tough enough, but when trying to pick out a gift for a senior in your life that is both practical and enjoyable, it can seem impossible! Seniors have received many holiday gifts over their lifetime, so how do you select a gift that stands out? From gifts for the home to health… Read more »

A Photo Retrospective on Twenty Years

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Twenty years of history told through a few photographs highlighting residents, team members, and family members. Thanks to all who have been and who are a part of Blakeford’s family.

Celebrating 20 Years of Service – Creating a Legacy

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Van Cluck has been a part of Blakeford at Green Hills since 2001 – first as the Chief Financial Officer and now as the President and CEO. He has seen the changes that have taken place in our community over the years but he’s also looking forward to continued innovation and integrity as Blakeford moves… Read more »

Celebrating 20 Years of Service – Creating Community

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Blakeford has been committed to providing innovative and compassionate levels of service for 20 years since opening our doors in 1996. Board Chairman Luke Gregory talks about how that is even more true in 2016 and how Blakeford will continue to grow into the future.  

Looking Back at 20 Years of Team Members

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For 20 years Blakeford has been blessed with a compassionate, motivated, and service-centered community of employees. This photo collage is a fun look back at some of the memories of the last 20 years.