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Happenings at Grand Villa of Melbourne

At Grand Villa of Melbourne, residents lead fun and engaged lives with a full calendar of social and recreational activities. From daily exercise classes to guest lectures and local excursions, we offer a wide variety of options to keep our residents mentally, socially, and physically engaged.

An active social calendar can keep seniors from feeling lonely and isolated, and it’s easy to be social at Grand Villa. Daily meals in our restaurant-style dining room are events in themselves, with residents coming together three times a day to enjoy delicious food and relaxed conversation. Our packed calendar makes it easy to stay engaged all day. Some of our most popular activities include yoga classes, Bingo and crafts, and movies on the big screen. We even have weekly visits from our popular pet therapy animals.

Grand Villa of Melbourne

(321) 768-3965

964 South Harbor City Blvd Melbourne, FL 32901

Memory Care Happenings

We take regular offsite excursions for errands such as shopping and banking, as well as fun outings to malls, restaurants, and local attractions like the Botanical Gardens. Our residents know that there’s never a dull moment at Grand Villa of Melbourne. Call us today to learn more.

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Trying to Help Your Aging Parents With Finances

One of the hardest aspects of caregiving for your aging parents is trying to convince them that they need help. Whether it’s medical or financial, it can always be a difficult task for an individual to comprehend they aren’t as capable as they once were. AgingParents.com offers some sound advice on how to approach a conversation about finances.

For even the most lucid adult, tackling monthly bills and balancing a checkbook can be a cumbersome and tedious task. Errors are easy to make with finances, and when our brains begin to age, it can be even more possible to make a calculation error or miss a due date. AgingParents.com suggests that you approach this in a positive life. Let your loved ones know that you want to help them with their finances for their sake, not for a hidden agenda. You are on their side! Explain to them that nothing is being taken away, independence, money, or otherwise. They are simply receiving help from a loved one.

Older people typically tend to be very private about their assets and property, but the need to open up and allow you to help. At times, this will need to happen sooner rather than later if your loved one is beginning to exhibit signs of dementia. Most importantly, be calm and patient. Try to put yourself in their shoes. This would be a jarring conversation for anyone. Try to be understanding, kind, and positive.

For more information, check out AgingParents.com here