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The Best Easter Recipes
Having a Sunday feast on Easter is a great way to celebrate the holiday. Whether you have a simple brunch, dinner, or an afternoon snack, honoring this special day with food is the perfect way to get into the festive spirit. It also wouldn’t be complete without a...
Tips for a Happy Retirement
Retirement is all about transition — a time of crossing over a new threshold of more freedom to do what you really want to do. After all, you’ve worked hard, and these well-deserved golden years should be lived to the fullest. However, this season may be challenging...
Benefits of Volunteering for Seniors
Giving back to the community can be very rewarding, especially for seniors. Not only does volunteering provide a sense of purpose, but it also comes with a number of benefits that can improve mental and physical health. Learn more about five ways volunteering is good...
The Health Benefits of Pets for Seniors
Going from a busy, fast-paced, work-centric lifestyle to a slower, more laid-back one upon retirement can be quite a shock for some seniors. While it does give you more time to pursue new hobbies and simply take some much-deserved time for yourself, it sometimes also...
Tips for Caregivers
When it comes to caregiving for aging adults, many people are filled with questions, especially if you’re a first-time caregiver. And please know, if you have questions, you’re not alone. Whether stepping into a new season of caring for a loved one or as a caregiver...
Our Focus Has Not Changed. But Our Name Has.
Dear Residents, Families, Team Members and Partners, During the past year, Baptist Retirement Homes of North Carolina, took a long look at the history and future of our organization. Part of this included strategic planning sessions with the executive leadership and...
Employee in the Spotlight: Jessica McCollum
Jessica McCollum, Vice President of Operations at Baptist Retirement Homes, recently graduated from the 2022 Larry Minnix Leadership Academy program through LeadingAge, a national organization in aging services that supports and enables people to live fully as they...
How to Manage Compassion Fatigue in Caregiving
Compassion fatigue and burnout in caregivers is real. Caregiver burnout is a state of exhaustion that may be accompanied by a change in attitude from positive and caring to negative and apathetic. If you’re a caregiver, you’ve probably felt caregiver compassion...
Fall Activities in Concord, NC
Autumn in North Carolina is a wonderful experience! The city of Concord and the surrounding areas are beautiful as the leaves turn to vivid colors, and the temperatures get cooler — and a city with a plethora of things to do during this season is waiting. Whether...
Best Summer Recipes
Summer is in full swing, which means it’s the perfect time to explore new, super-fresh recipes packed with flavor. Whether you need a great entrée idea for friends coming to dinner or a fabulous dessert to cap off a grilling adventure, check out these recipes and have...
At The Gardens of Taylor Glen, our priority has always been to keep our residents and staff safe. We are closely monitoring COVID-19 and its impact and have proactively taken steps as recommended by state and local health officials as well as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to keep our community, residents and staff safe.
We look forward to hosting you on our campus when we are once again open for tours, meals, activities and events. Thank you so much for your cooperation and understanding during this unprecedented challenge. We are all in this together – and together, we will get through it.
CEO letterBRH Reed VanderSlik COVID letter
- Cumulative residents, employees tested this week: 38
- Current positive residents: 0
- Number of residents vaccinated: 0
- Current positive employees: 0
- Number of employees vaccinated: 0
- Any new positive COVID-19 cases: No
- Updates to visitation policies: Family members may visit residents in their rooms in Health Care and Assisted Living. Visitors in Health Care and Assisted Living must make an appointment, be screened, wear a mask and have no contact with other residents during the visit.