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What We’ve Been Up To

All of our residents and staff have enjoyed our return to communal dining and activities, while staying within the CDC’s social distancing guidelines. We have been enjoying music - singalongs and karaoke, and their very favorite… BINGO! In January, both our Memory...

Joi Phelps

February- Employee of the Month Joi is a caregiver who absolutely lives up to her name, as she spreads joy everywhere she goes and to everyone she comes in contact with! Joi is a caregiver for our assisted living residents, and she goes above and beyond in all that...

Eleanor Binderman

February– Resident Spotlight Ms. Eleanor moved to Regency in January 2021 from Birmingham, Alabama! She had a career as a research engineer and was married to her husband, Murray Binderman, for 34 years. They had four children together and have six grandchildren. Some...

Jessica Dixon

January- Employee of the Month Jessica is a caregiver in Pathways Memory Care. She goes above and beyond every single day that she works to make sure that all of the residents have the very best care and attention. She helps with activities as often as she can, helps...

Shirley Gilliam

January- Resident Spotlight Ms. Shirley Gilliam was born in Blytheville, Arkansas on April 22, 1934. She was married to Malcolm Gilliam, a race car driver, for over 50 years. They attended Concordia Lutheran Church here in Jackson. Ms. Gilliam worked for the State of...

What We’ve Been Up To

We appreciate your patience as we go through the uncertainty of these days, sometimes being out and about, and sometimes having to follow quarantine protocol. We continue to hope for the very best, and while we may not be able to return to our old “normal,” we will...

When Seniors Should Stop Driving

Providing the Best Senior Care for Your Loved Ones Autonomy is something we hold close, and can be a hard thing to let go of. But as we age, there are things we have to begin to approach differently. One harsh reality of aging is the loss of mobility, and specifically...

What We’ve Been Up To

We have had a lot of fun during the month of November here at Regency. We have played a lot of Bingo, which is always the crowd favorite, but we have also introduced another kind of Bingo in which we use playing cards. This helps challenge the residents to think...