All Chestnut Ridge Resources

  1. Chronic Fatigue and the Elderly

    Some say that getting older and being tired just go hand in hand. To some extent, that is true. Our bodies simply don’t have the energy we once had and…
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    Resources for Families
  2. Chestnut Ridge featured on 6ABC

    Chestnut Ridge Wallingford, community Life Enrichment Director Lisa Razzi, and student volunteer Nora Deskis were recently featured on local ABC affiliate 6ABC…
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    Press & News
  3. Soup-to-Go at Chestnut Ridge

    It’s soup season! Winter’s here and our chef has her special soups on rotation. Stop by Chestnut Ridge, learn about Delaware County’s best…
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    Press & News
  4. Order our complimentary booklet on dementia care!

    Understanding Dementia: The Positive Approach to Care™ Dementia in all its forms follows a very individual path. Chestnut Ridge uses The Positive Approach to…
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    Resources for Families
  5. A Day Trip at Chestnut Ridge Wallingford

    Our residents have the opportunity to take advantage of many activities. From cooking classes, art classes, movie nights, and daily socials, we provide a…
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    Life at SageLife
  6. Engaging Seniors Connects, Catalyzes and Changes Lives

    Many seniors fear that transitioning into a senior living community means losing touch with friends and loved ones. They have well-justified concerns of…
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    Resources for Families
  7. Home Is Where You Live Inspired

    They say, “Home is where the heart is.”  For many people, their heart is inextricably linked to their home – understandably so. Here, at Chestnut…
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    Press & News
  8. How to Safely Move Your Family Member into a Senior Living Community During COVID-19

    At Chestnut Ridge Wallingford, we are always committed to the health and safety of our community and residents. Since March, our efforts and commitment to…
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    Resources for Families
  9. Six tips for a good conversation with your elderly parents

    “Constantly talking isn’t necessarily communicating.” – Charlie Kaufman Providing care for elderly parents – whether it’s your full-time…
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    Press & News
  10. Staying Connected with Seniors During COVID-19

    Though in person visits are currently happening less frequently due to the COVID-19 pandemic, communication and connection with our loved ones do not have to…
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    Resources for Families