See how we’re responding to COVID-19 and how can you protect yourself and your loved ones.

Good Friday Update 4/10 – Staying Strong Against COVID-19

Angels Senior Living is staying proactive during the COVID-19 pandemic, and is committed to protecting our residents, families, and staff. Our communities continue to adhere to best practices recommended to us by the Centers for Disease Control, Florida Governor, and Florida Surgeon General, and we appreciate your support during this time. At this time, all

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COVID-19 Update 3/16 – Keeping Your Loved Ones Safe

Angels Senior Living is staying proactive and further restricting access to our communities in the wake of the COVID-19 outbreak. These measures are designed to ensure the safety of our residents and staff and reflect actions being taken across the country. Our communities continue to adhere to best practices recommended to us by the Centers

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Visitation to Angels Senior Living Facilities is Further Restricted

Angels Senior Living is staying proactive and further restricting access to our communities in the wake of the COVID-19 outbreak. These measures are designed to ensure the safety of our residents and staff and reflect actions being taken across the country. Our communities continue to adhere to best practices recommended to us by the Centers

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Further Restrictions Placed on Assisted Living Visits by Florida Governor

Per the order of the governor, limitations are in effect for visitors to nursing homes and assisted living facilities during the COVID-19 outbreak. Our communities continue to adhere to best practices recommended to us by the Centers for Disease Control, Florida Governor, and Florida Surgeon General, and we appreciate your support during this time. If

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Top 5 Tips for Living with Parkinson’s Disease

It is estimated that 60,000 Americans are diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease each year and one million Americans are currently living with this neurodegenerative disease. Commonly known for its movement or motor-related symptoms, people with Parkinson’s disease are often more impacted by non-motor symptoms like apathy, depression, sleep behavior disorders, loss of sense of smell and cognitive impairment. Although everyone is affected differently the following tips can help anyone with this disease live life more fully.

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