Be Kind to Servers MonthBrio Living Services employs nearly 200 Dining Services team members throughout the state, many of whom are servers; the hard-working folks tasked with making the dining experience friendly, high-quality, and meaningful at Brio’s residential communities. Being a server at a Brio community differs in many ways from a typical restaurant. Residents […]
Debunking Common Myths Regarding Wills During National Estate Planning Awareness WeekHaving an up-to-date estate plan or will is one of the most significant avenues we have for providing for our families and the causes we care about after we’re gone. Yet, only about one-third of U.S. adults have a will, according to Legalzoom.In 2008, National […]
It’s never too late to take your health into your own hands. Embracing active aging is a possibility at any stage of life! Making small changes to your lifestyle can lead to a longer and healthier life. While genetics and other uncontrollable factors play a role, there are steps you can take to stay motivated […]
Brio Living Services Envisions a World Without Alzheimer’sAs World Alzheimer’s Month winds down in September, the fundraising efforts for the Walk to End Alzheimer’s continue around the state from Chelsea Retirement Community to Porter Hills Village. According to the 2023 Alzheimer’s Association’s Fact & Figures Report, Alzheimer’s disease is the most prevalent form of dementia, […]
When Patricia “Pat” Edison and her husband, Bill, moved to Porter Hills Village in 1992, he was the youngest man and she was the second youngest woman living on campus!
Dr. Robert W. Browne’s success in the fields of dentistry and business was influenced by many facets of his early life – from growing up with his hard-working grandparents during the Depression, to the discipline he learned as a 19-year-old serving in World War II.