This spring, The Fountains at RiverVue is hosting two free educational seminars on Alzheimer's Awareness, led by two incredible women from the Alzheimer's Association. The first seminar is on Wednesday, April 17 at 5:30pm, and the topic is "Legal & Financial Planning for Alzheimer's Disease". The final seminar is on Thursday, May 9 at 5:30pm. This […]
Category: On Aging
Attention all residents of Tuckahoe... We are honored to announce that December 8th is officially "Connie Rinaldi Day" in the village of Tuckahoe. On Saturday, December 8th, Connie turned 100 years old. To celebrate our beloved centenarian, we threw a huge surprise party for her. Connie thought she was going to our weekly wine & […]
For 19 consecutive years, Watermark has proudly published a full-color wall calendar celebrating active aging and the arts. Featuring works submitted by Watermark residents from coast to coast, Expressions 2019 is sure to inspire creativity within everyone it reaches. Complimentary copies of Expressions 2019 are available for the asking while supplies last. Please call or […]
When 13-year-old Yuri Lee gave her first piano and violin performance at The Fountains at RiverVue, resident Arthur Howard took a front-row seat and encouraged her throughout her concert. That’s why when Howard turned 102, Yuri and her two best friends, Kara and Ella, surprised him with a special performance in his honor. “Arthur spoke […]
Did you know that the last week of September is Active Aging Week? It is a weeklong campaign that celebrates the positivity of aging. It showcases the capabilities of older adults as fully participating members of society. In honor of Active Aging Week, we are having an art show at the Bronxville Women’s Club on […]
We’re thrilled to introduce our 2018 edition of EXPRESSIONS, Watermark’s annual calendar celebrating active aging and the arts. This calendar reminds us that our communities are collective creations of friendly, caring individuals who are generous with their time and talents. Whether expressing their individual creativity through paint, clay, yarn, stone or an outstretched hand, they […]
On October 18th, 1916, our beloved Arthur was born! Arthur has led quite an incredible life - he's a veteran, family man, traveled the world and taught hundreds of children about the world of science. He did so much for so many and now it is our turn to celebrate him. Yesterday we had fourteen wonderful students and two hardworking […]
Watermark was recently featured on Senior Housing News in the article Dished: Hot New Trends in Memory Care published on July 25th, 2017. To view the article, please click here. Unintentional weight loss and unhealthy meals like chicken nuggets, fish sticks and French fries, all lacking any nutritional value, are a thing of the past. […]
Throughout its 30 year history, Watermark has sought ways, large and small, to enhance the well-being of our residents and associates. Success is mostly measured in the strong and durable relationships between residents and associates that bring with them trust, comfort and more than a bit of warm fun. Particularly in our Memory Care communities, […]
Thrive Dining™ is a revolutionary dining program designed to restore the dignity and enjoyment of mealtime for individuals with cognitive or physical challenges. Thrive Dining™ features Watermark Communities’ Chef recipes and high quality, freshly prepared gourmet menu items, transformed into incredibly tasty, nutritionally balanced, protein packed meals. Watermark Chefs start by using the Grind Dining “patent-pending” […]
We are thrilled to announce that we have received outstanding national coverage for our Veterans Life Lessons initiative in the Healthy Aging Magazine, published on November 11th, 2016. To read the original article, please click here. Celebrating Our Veterans Around the U.S. Watermark Retirement Communities Shares Vet Words of Wisdom From practical, lifesaving advice, “You […]
Mayor of Tuckahoe, Steve Ecklond, visited Sal who turned 101 and gave him a proclamation for his birthday!
Mayor, Steven A. Ecklond and Village Administrator, David Burke joined us for this exciting event.
Not even sure what questions to ask? Take a look at this article from the Alzheimer’s Association on the Ten Early Signs and Symptoms of Alzheimer’s Disease. The Alzheimer’s Association and their website www.alz.org is an invaluable resource for anybody with questions about memory related disease.